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Reese's Pieces Protein Donuts


It's been a little while since i've posted a donut recipe but I promise you this one was worth the wait!

Peanut butter lovers everywhere, I bring you - Reece's Pieces Protein Donuts! The best bit is they're only 44 calories each. They're also gluten free.

I made mine using a donut maker but if you don't have one you can use a regular donut mould in the oven. If you're a big donut fan it is definitely worth investing in a donut maker though as in my opinion it really does make a huge difference to the end result! You can get a great one here.

Servings: Makes 20 mini donuts

Macros per donut: 44kcal / 4.5g protein / 3.5g carbs / 1.3g fat / 0.7g fibre

Ingredients:

Donuts:

40g chocolate protein powder

40g peanut flour (I used one from Sukrin - available in Tesco, Sainsburys & Waitrose)

2x Cadbury's Highlights Dark Hot Chocolate Sachet

1 egg

80g egg whites

60g apple sauce (I used Waitrose Essential)

50ml milk of choice (I used unsweetened almond milk)

1/2 tsp baking powder

Topping:

20g peanut flour

1x Cadbury's Highlights Dark Hot Chocolate Sachet

25g Choc Shot

2tsp milk of choice (I again used unsweetened almond milk)

Decoration:

30g Reeses Pieces

Instructions:

1. Preheat oven to 180c (or preheat donut maker as per instructions if using one).

2. Place all "donut" ingredients in a blender & mix until thick.

3. Spoon mix into donut maker & cook for 3 minutes. If using a donut mould spray using 1 calorie cooking spray (such as Fry Light Butter Spray) & place in oven for approx 25 minutes.

4. Meanwhile make up "topping" in a small cup or bowl (if it looks too thick/lumpy add a tiny bit of water but be careful it doesn't go too runny!)

5. Allow donuts to fully cool & glaze using a basting brush. Decorate each donut with a few Reese's Pieces.

6. Eat! :-)

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