Gluten Free Maple Donuts

I'll never forget the first time I made these.

My family and I had been eating so healthy. My boyfriend and I had just got done doing The Master Cleanse, a 10-day Purium Celebrity Transformation, and my kids and us were following a strict GAPS regime too.

I was still cooking to impress him at this point.

He was saying something about how all he wanted was a maple donut. That was his favorite breakfast food ever, and he wished he could have one, but knew he couldn't. Knew his body wouldn't tolerate the gluten, dairy, and sugar and knew how sick it would make him feel afterwards.

I am a super big people pleaser, so it sent me on a mission to make him the best maple donut ever, that wouldn't wreck his digestion just to eat it.

Then I created, these incredible little bites of heaven <3 

This is the ultimate breakfast treat when you just want something sweet, delicious, light and fluffy like a maple donut.

Keep it real,

Lyndsy Karrie​

Gluten Free Maple Donuts
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For when you just want a delicious donut, that's ALSO healthy! Yes, you can have your donut, and eat it too!
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6 donuts
Servings
6 donuts
Gluten Free Maple Donuts
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For when you just want a delicious donut, that's ALSO healthy! Yes, you can have your donut, and eat it too!
Servings
6 donuts
Servings
6 donuts
Ingredients
Cinnamon Vanilla Donuts
Maple Frosting
Servings: donuts
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Instructions
  1. Mix you coconut flour and cinnamon together until blended.
  2. In a separate bowl, whisk the eggs, coconut milk, coconut nectar and vanilla together.
  3. Pour your wet ingredients into your dry and mix together.
  4. Slather ghee, pasture-raised butter or coconut oil over your donut pan to grease.
  5. Pour your batter into a small ziplock bag and make a small cut on the corner with your scissors to easily squeeze the donut batter into the molds. Or you can just spoon it in, if that's easier.
  6. Bake at 350 F for 20-25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Remove from the pan: I just lay out a piece of parchment paper on the counter and flip the pan upside down. Let cool.
  7. Mix your frosting ingredients together, and melt on low heat in a stainless steel saucepan, if necessary. Once mixed together, put in the freezer for about 5-10 minutes or until thick enough to spread. Be careful not to leave it in for too long though, or you'll have to let it warm it up a bit before you'll be able to frost them. Enjoy 🙂
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About the Author Lyndsy Karrie

Lyndsy Karrie is the founder of REAL Yummy Food and a pioneer in the world of healing people with food. After being distressed by her son’s severe autism diagnosis she spent every waking hour researching and testing ways to help her son and family. What she found was astonishing. Now she shares her knowledge and easy-to-make, nutritious recipes while promoting clean eating in a non-toxic environment. Join her in keeping it REAL.

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