These bite-sized keto donuts are low in carbs, super soft and incredibly easy to make. Eat a few gluten-free donuts glazed with chocolate for breakfast or as a delicious filling snack.
I got this waffle maker that comes with a mini donuts maker attachment. At the time I was super thrilled that’s also non-stick, and I can make non-fried donuts. Not sure where you can find the exact same brand as mine but I found a similar one on Amazon at a really good deal.
It took me a few attempts until I figured out how to use it without making a huge mess: never fill the donut holes 100%.
Learn how to make the mini keto donuts, by watching the video bellow:
I love these smaller keto donuts as they are great for portion control and carb counting. It also takes less than 5 minutes to throw the ingredients into the blender which is fantastic as I’m not a fan of complicated keto recipes.
How to make Super Soft Keto Donuts?
I’ve been making this recipe all summer, and I guarantee you’ll love it. These donuts are super soft, fluffy and we use no grain or oils.
Ingredients you’ll need:
We’ll use a combination of gluten-free flours because each has different properties and helps these donuts have a great taste. The coconut flour absorbs the moisture and helps create a beautiful texture.
- Almond Flour
- Coconut Flour
- Cream Cheese or Coconut Cream
- Baking Powder
- Vanilla Extract
The toppings are my favorite part. Over the summer I topped the keto donuts with yogurt and berries, chocolate glaze and hazelnuts pieces. Add butter and cinnamon while hot, and you have a perfect keto breakfast.
If you want to make a festive keto Christmas dessert, you can make a cream cheese frosting and then sprinkle some homemade sugar-free sprinkles. If you want to know how I made the sprinkles using only two ingredients go to my Instagram account. If you like my posts, you can follow me there too. I post almost daily on my IG stories, also.
How to make keto donuts?
First, let me tell you that this recipe tastes divine on its own. Adding toppings makes it even better. I love these little boys both ways.
If you want to make this recipe paleo replace in a friendly way or dairy-free, replace the cream cheese with coconut cream.
So, what are the secrets?
It’s effortless. I use a blender to combine all the ingredients, but you can use a hand mixer. Insane, no? Eggs, cream cheese, and vanilla extract go in first. Blend well before adding the grain-free flours.
After all the ingredients are blended, let the batter sit for a few moments. The mixture should be slightly thick that resembles a pancake one
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Heat your donut maker (or waffle maker) and pour the batter into each cavity of the donut maker. Let it cook for 2-3 minute on each side.
If you don’t own a donut maker, you can make oven baked donuts by using one of these cute donut baking pans.
For the chocolate glaze
The recipe for the chocolate glaze is very easy. Melt 2 oz. unsweetened dark chocolate, with 1 tbsp of butter. Add about one tbsp of Erythritol and stir until well combined. Let the chocolate glaze rest for a few minutes then it’s ready to use.
Bite-Size Keto Low Carb Chocolate Glazed Donuts
- Add the eggs, cream cheese, erythritol and vanilla extract in your blender. Blend for about one minute or until the mixture looks frothy.
- Stop the blender then add the almond flour, coconut flour, and baking powder. Blend until well incorporated. Scrape the sides if needed. Let the batter sit for 2-3 minutes so the coconut flour can absorb the liquid and thicken it.
- Heat your donut maker. Pour the batter into each cavity and let it cook for about 2-3 minutes on each side. Repeat this process until there’s no batter left.
How do we calculate the nutrition info?
These nutrition facts listed are determined using nutrition information from the USDA Food Database. Our nutrition facts are accurate, but if you are using different products, please make your calculations. Net carb count is calculated by subtracting both fiber and sugar alcohols because they don’t raise blood sugar.