Pumpkin Spice Protein Doughnuts

Pumpkin Spice Protein Doughnuts

It’s that time of year again!!!  A whole week dedicated to all things pumpkin!! So pull out your Ugg boots, dust off your yoga pants and warm up that Pumpkin Spiced Latte…it’s time for doughnuts!!!

These protein doughnuts will keep your goals in mind while you layer on the clothes…not the pounds!  Don’t undo all the hard work you put in all summer.  You can still indulge and have those tasty fall treats without the guilt!

So here is Pumpkin-palooza recipe day 1.  Enjoy my pumpkin loving friends!!  Be sure to check back daily for the new pumpkin recipe of the day.  Or better yet- click the box at the bottom of the page to subscribe to receive an email each time a recipe is posted.  No junk I swear.   Just the good stuff!!  🙂




Non-stick cooking spray

1/2C 1stPhorm Level-1 Cinnamon Cookie Batter (available here)

1/4C Coconut flour

1/3C Stevia

1t baking powder

1t pumpkin pie spice

1/2C canned pumpkin

1/4C unsweetened applesauce

2 eggs

6T unsweetened almond milk

FOR GLAZE (you may add glaze or simply toss in a mixture of cinnamon and stevia 🙂

3T Coconut Oil

4.5T Cinnamon Cookie Batter protein


Preheat oven to 350*

Spray 6 cavity doughnut pan with nonstick sooking spray

In a medium bowl, combine protein, coconut flour, stevia, pumpkin pie spice and baking powder and mix well.

In a large bowl, combine canned pumpkin, eggs, applesauce and milk then whisk until smooth

Pour the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients.  Whisk to combine.

Spoon batter into the doughnut pan. Filling cavities to the top, but not overflowing.

Place pan in the oven and bake 19-21 min or until toothpick comes out clean.

Remove from oven and let rest 2-3 mins then turn doughnuts out onto a cooling rack allowing doughuts to cool completley before glazing them or tossing them in cinnamon & stevia mixture.

Once doughnuts are cooled, in a small bowl, yet large enough to dip doughnuts into- melt the 3T of coconut oil.  Then slowly stir in the 4.5T of protein powder.

Carefully dip each doughnut one by one into the glaze then place back onto the cooling rack and top with any additional toppings such as grated chocolate, nuts, sprinkles, etc.  Repeat until all doughnuts are glazed.

Next, place the cooling rack that is holding the doughnuts into the fridge for 10 mins to allow oil to set and firm.

Remove from the fridge and store in an airtight container at room temperature.

Makes 6

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 doughnut
Calories 167 w/glaze 90 w/o glaze
Fat 10.5 w/ glaze 3g w/o glaze
Carbohydrate 8.5g w/ glaze 8g w/o glaze
Sugar 2.5g with and w/o glaze
Protein 11g w/glaze 8g w/o glaze

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13 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Protein Doughnuts

    1. I’m sorry Nicole. I just realized I typed “mix and whisk” instead of “milk and whisk” My apologies! Thanks for the catch! 🙂 I corected it.

  1. going to try these for Carter; since he was diagnosed in May with Type 1 diabetes we are searching for healthy lower carb options that he actually wants to eat! And no 7 yr old should miss out on doughnuts!

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