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The Easiest Low Carb Chocolate Donuts

I have to confess something to you... this recipe has been nonstop for a month now. These donuts are super easy and super delish that I have been eating to fo them each day as my afternoon sweet treat and probably so will you if you try them!

First of all, who doesn't love donuts? And who doesn't love chocolate? This is just the perfect combination and I have to tell you that a donut baking dish is a true investment! I love the one I got from Amazon. You can go crazy with the donut recipes!

Here are some of my other donut recipes that you might love!

This recipe is:

- Super easy

- Minimal list of ingredients

- Low carb

- Gluten free

- Fail proof

- Easy to memorize

These are also super easy to store, I kept them in the freezer and heat them up a little bit before eating them. Also here's a pro tip: put them into your air fryer a couple of minutes! A game changer!

The base of these donuts is pea protein so they are loaded with protein (8.9g per donut), and fiber from the coconut flour so they are the perfect treat for anyone into the low carb or keto lifestyle approach.

If you are looking for a sweet treat, and a low carb one... then these donuts are a great option! You'll notice from the ingredients and method that these will fit any busy schedule.

Note: You can substitute pea protein for any other vegan protein or coconut flour since both options absorb a lot of water.

Ready to get some chocolate donuts?


Here are more of my chocolate recipes for you to check out!


Paleo Collagen Chocolate Donuts

By Maria Fernanda López

Serves 9


-1/2 cup of natural pea protein (PURELYHL for Nuzest discount)

-1/2 cup of coconut flour

- 1 tsp of baking powder

- 1/2 tsp of cinnamon

- 2 tbsp of Forest Leaf Multi Collagen

- 1 tbsp of cacao powder

- 1/2 cup of granulated monk fruit (PURELYHL for discount) or sugar alternative

- 1 tsp of apple cider vinegar

- 3 eggs

- 3/4 cup of water or nut milk


1. Preheat the oven at 350F.

2. Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl.

3. Add your wet ingredients and mix well.

4. Divide your mix in 9 silicone donut baking molds.

5. Bake for 20-25 minutes.

6. Let them cool and enjoy!


Nutritional Information (per serving) 84 kcal

Fat: 3.8g

Carbs: 3.6g

Fiber: 0.4g

Protein: 8.9g

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