Ingredients for donuts:

  • 500 g / 17 oz of fresh dates (measured without
    pits)
  • 200 g / 7 oz raw desiccated coconut

Ingredients for the glaze:

  • 100 g / 3.5 oz dates
  • 1 tablespoon raw carob powder
  • ½ glasses of purified water

Equipment:

  • food processor
  • blender
  • cake decorating pipe

Preparation:

  • Remove the pits from the dates.

  • Put the dates and desiccated coconut in the food processor.
  • Blend these ingredients into a dough-like mixture.

  • Form donut shapes out of the dough.

  • Put the dates, carob powder and purified water in the blender.
  • Blend these ingredients into a glaze.

  • Pour the glaze into the cake decorating pipe.
  • With a zigzag movement, top the donuts with the glaze.

  • Enjoy the donuts!

I hope you will be delighted by these healthy and delicious donuts. Thanks in advance for commenting and sharing this recipe.

Keep glowing,
Marina

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Emma

    Hi. If I ate 6 of these donuts in any given day alongside my 3 meals will I gain weight because they are super high in natural energy . Please give
    Your honest answer. Thank you with love
    Emma

    1. Health Glows Marina

      Hi dear Emma!

      Thank you for visiting my website and commenting. I understand that you are concern about your weight. Do not worry darling, I understand.

      I would kindly add that I clearly see that you would benefit from some coaching. Precisely, as a coach with many years of experience I would like to explain to you all about calories, how to determines your caloric needs and how to make a meal plan that would results in your wanted body image.

      If you would like me to help you with these explanations, please, let’s book a coaching call!

      Here is the link: https://www.healthglows.net/product/raw-diet-coaching/

      To answer your question, we have to first establish what are your personal caloric needs and how many calories you are actually intaking.

      To add, sugars (nor any food on its own) do not make you gain weight. It is always surplus of calories that lead to weight gain. More likes, fats make you gain easier than sugars. But I can explain all of this in our coaching call.

      Honestly and kindly,
      Marina from Health Glows

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