Maple Glazed Protein Donuts
Don't have time to make pancakes every morning? Breakfast on the go will never be the same again with these grab and go maple protein donuts. They're so rich and decadent you won't even realize they're full of protein, fiber, iron, calcium and antioxidants.
Easy to make ahead, one batch makes about 13 large donuts (100 cals/22C/10P/1.5F plus 5 gram of fiber) or 60 mini donuts -
Serving Size: 60 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 14-16 minutes
- 1 package (12 oz) Luptopia Protein Pancake, Waffle and Muffin Mix
- 1 TB sugar free maple syrup (SEE TIPS)
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 30 grams protein powder of choice
- 1 c plant milk
- 1 TB lemon juice
- 1.5 cups water
- Preheat over 350 F.
- Pour entire package contents and protein powder into medium bowl; whisk together.
- In small bowl, mix milk and lemon and whisk to make "buttermilk. Add in sugar free maple syrup, vanilla and and water. Whisk or blend until combined.
- Mix wet and dry ingredients until combined.
- Spoon or pipe mixture into sprayed/nonstick donut pans. (You can also use mini donut pans and bake for 10 minutes.)
- Bake for 14-16 minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean
- Let cool for 5 minutes and top with icing and veg bacon (optional since most brands are not gluten free). Store in air-tight container or keep refrigerated.
Don't have our Luptopia Protein Mix?
- 3/4 cup Swerve or confectioner's sugar (SEE TIPS)
- 1 TB sugar free maple syrup
- 2-3 TB plant milk (I use Silk Ultra)
- 6 sliced veg bacon, cooked (NOTE: will not be gluten free depending on the brand; just omit if you avoid gluten).
- In small bowl, slowly add in maple syrup and plant milk to Swerve until desired consistency.
- Glaze over cooled donuts and top with bacon.
- Feel free to use regular maple syrup. We switch back and forth depending on our macros, but the nutrition label is based on sugar free.
- You can use regular confectioner's/powdered sugar, but keep in mind this will change the macros.