Healthy Gluten-Free Baked Donuts





HEALTHY DONUTS??? Yep, you heard right!! HEALTHY DONUTS!!!… And they are absolutely delicious! Donuts are typically deep-fried and coated with sugar, there’s a way to make them healthier! Just bake them. Completely gluten-free, refined sugar-free and dairy-free. No butter, no sugar, no flour and no frying! Who would have thought that such a thing could possibly exist? These donuts are really yummy, just plain, and even better with my Nutella frosting! Be creative and top them off with a sprinkle of something colourful! I’ve used raw cacao nibs, freeze dried raspberries, bee pollen and flaked pistachios. So good, you can even have them for BREAKFAST 😉


If you don’t have a donut pan, I highly recommend that you treat yourself to one! Once you own it, you will find yourself finding any excuse to make DONUTS!!!



  1. Jane

    I have to say, these look amazing. I have set myself a mission to make some homemade donuts this year, as I believe they are 1 thing best eaten as soon as they are ready. I think I’m going to have a go at these too as the thing that’s putting me off getting on with my mission is the thought of all that oil!

  2. Beth

    I made these today! Tasted much like banana bread, except my batch came out quite moist after 12 minutes. Putting them back into the oven didn’t seem to help. Any ideas? I followed the recipe exactly.

  3. Fati

    I made this today. It tasted delicious however, I would not make it as a doughnut because it tastes more like banana bread. Great recipe nonetheless.

  4. Lisa

    What if I don’t use the mashed ripe banana? Can I substitute it with some thing else? Also, Can I use Gluten-Free Flour instead of almond meal?
    This looks yummy 🙂

  5. belinda

    I made these substituting gluten-free flour and 1tbsp baking powder. Still tasted great as a breakfast donut!

  6. Shalea

    These were really good! We have made them a few times just as written and using pumpkin instead of banana and even made them into cookies. Thank you!

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