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These Healthy Donuts Will Blow Your Mind
WELLNESS 10/06/2039 12:38 AM ET
These Healthy Donuts Will Blow Your Mind

Tricia Findlaigh
Nutritionist, expert in wellness

CC BY 4.0 alfalfa, radish, mustard, clover, broccoli & cabbage donut. fresh & tasty and good for you! by Ctd 2005 | Writer image: CC BY 4.0 beautiful faces by tommerton2010 | Images were cropped. Images used for illustration purposes only.
Delicious AND healthy! What more could you want?
We all want to eat healthier. With a staggering obesity problem and no real solutions in sight, what we need are healthier options.

But if you find eating healthier to be a chore, you're not alone. Most people struggle with changing their diet to incorporate healthy fats, proteins and of course green foods. Many revert to their old eating patterns, undoing all the good work they've put in.

One of the best ways to stay on track is to alter your diet, but to incorporate healthier options. A little experimenting in the kitchen can keep you on course, to looking and feeling healthier.

Here's a recipe which has blown my mind: kale donuts. Not only do they taste delicious, they're good for you and will satisfy that sweet craving!


Kale Donuts

Ingredients:


For The Donuts

1/3 cup Greek style yogurt
2 tablespoons coconut oil
5 medium-sized eggs
⅛ teaspoon sea or Pink Himalayan Salt
⅓ cup stevia
1 1/2 cups shredded kale
1/2 cup alfalfa

½ teaspoon cinnamon
6 tablespoons coconut flour
4 tablespoons almond meal


For The Flavoring

2 tablespoons stevia
½ teaspoon cinnamon


In a mixing bowl, mix together the first 6 ingredients. Add the cinnamon, coconut flour and almond meal. Bake in an oven at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes.

While baking, mix together the stevia and cinnamon in a plate. Roll the donuts in the mixture while they are warm. Sprinkle generously with alfalfa. Enjoy warm or wait to cool then store in an airtight container.
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