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Everybody loves a donut (or is it doughnut?). Baked, fried, glazed, chocolate, cream-filled, donut holes … you name it, donuts make people happy! Which is why you’re going to want to make these gluten free Chocolate Donuts soon: they’re guaranteed to make everyone happy!
There are a couple special things about these gluten free chocolate donuts: first off, they’re gluten free (duh), but no one would ever know it. Secondly, they’re made with my favorite gluten free, plant-based protein, so they’re actually … wait for it … rather healthy! They’re also made in one bowl in under 30 minutes! (How are you liking the benefits so far?)
I rather like to think of them as a sneaky way to get my kids to eat better-for-you-than-the-typical-breakfast food!
If you haven’t heard about the plant-based protein I’m using in this recipe, take a look into OWYN (Only What You Need).* I’ve been loving this brand for awhile now, and incorporating their protein into all kinds of recipes because it actually TASTES good and it boasts some impressive nutritional benefits.
Each drink contains 20 grams of plant based protein, amino acids, fiber, Omega-3s and even greens like spinach, kale and broccoli (though you’d never suspect it from the taste). All OWYN products are also all certified gluten free, vegan, non-GMO and even low-FODMAP.
Dark Chocolate OWYN plus baking cocoa makes these donuts truly chocolatey — and healthy — but if you’re fresh out, simply use your favorite chocolate milk, dairy or non-dairy. Whatever you do, don’t miss making these oh-so-simple and yummy donuts!
(For more OWYN recipes, search OWYN in the search bar on every page here at gfJules.com or hop right to delicious recipes like homemade gluten free Belgian Waffles recipe, gluten free donut holes recipe, no-bake protein balls recipe and even gluten free Black Bottom Cupcakes and Gluten Free Protein Brownies, among others!)
Simply whip up the one-bowl batter and fill a donut pan nearly to the rim, but not over:
then bake for 9 minutes (don’t over-bake!):
and dip in glaze (the best part!).
Then take a bite and share if you must.
The recipe makes 6-7 donuts, and the batter is similar to cake batter consistency, so a donut pan really comes in handy, or grab two pans and double the recipe!
I have lots of baked gluten free donut and fried gluten free doughnut recipes here on gfJules.com (I believe I mentioned the fact that everybody loves a good donut?), some are baked and some are fried or even air fried! When last I counted, I have ELEVEN (11) other gluten free doughnut/donut recipes (if you include gluten free apple fritters, gluten free funnel cakes and gluten free beignets … which I do!).
As with any of these recipes, the non-gritty, fluffy results are only possible because they are made with my award-winning gfJules Gluten Free All Purpose Flour. It’s the key to making your gluten free pie crust flaky, your gluten free cookies perfectly chewy, your gluten free bread soft and pliable, and your gluten free funnel cake, gluten free donuts, gluten free beignets, gluten free churros … light and airy. You get the picture.
So grab your gfJules Flour, OWYN or chocolate milk and even sprinkles, if you wanna, and get bakin! This recipe is so quick and easy, even without a Supermom cape, you could make these before the bus arrives tomorrow morning! Healthy, fast and donuts. What’s not to like?
If you have only Dutch Processed cocoa instead of natural cocoa powder, use an equal amount of Dutched cocoa but replace the 1/2 teaspoon baking soda with 1 teaspoon baking powder. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I may earn from qualifying purchases.
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If you have only Dutch Processed cocoa instead of natural cocoa powder, use an equal amount of Dutched cocoa but replace the 1/2 teaspoon baking soda with 1 teaspoon baking powder.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I may earn from qualifying purchases.
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**I’ve partnered with OWYN (Only What You Need) to use their products in order to increase the nutrition in many popular gluten-free recipes. Some links to products may be affiliate links. As always, all opinions are my own. See my disclosure policy for more information. Working with select brands I love allows me to keep bringing you free recipes, and I hope that in the process, you’ll learn about some of the safe gluten free products I choose for my family. Thanks so much for your support!