Kodiak Cake Power Cakes Protein Donut Recipe Maple Glaze Coconut Oil Pancake

Maple Glazed High Protein Jelly Donuts Recipe

Nothing on the internet needs to go viral more than these Maple Glazed High Protein Jelly Donuts.

Kodiak Cake Power Cakes Protein Donut Recipe Maple Glaze Coconut Oil Pancake

These sticky, sweet, crispy donuts are made with Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes mix and filled with organic mixed berry preserves before being lightly fried in coconut oil and then rolled in a sweet maple syrup glaze and sprinkled with cinnamon and powdered sugar. With over 15 grams of protein, these donuts are worth every bite.

Here’s how you can make your own:

Ingredients
1 cup Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes Mix
6 tsp. organic mixed berry preserves
1 whole egg
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup maple syrup
2 tbsp. coconut oil
1 tsp. powdered sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
* Makes 6 Pronuts

Prepping Instructions
1) In a large bowl combine the Power Cakes mix with 1 whole egg and 1/4 cup of water and mix until the batter has a cookie dough-like consistency.
2) Mold the mix into patties and make an indent in them with your thumb.
3) Add 1 tsp. of organic berry preserves, jelly, jam or whatever filling you’d like into the indent.
4) Fold the dough over the jelly filling making sure the indents are completely sealed.

Cooking Instructions
1) Heat a large skillet on a medium flame and melt 2 tbsp. of virgin coconut oil.
2) Place each donut on the skillet and fry until both sides and edges of the donut are golden-light brown.
3) Place the donuts on a plate and rub them with maple syrup (dip a spoon in maple syrup and rub it evenly across the donut. Repeat until each donut is fully and evenly glazed).
4) Sprinkle 1 tsp. of powdered sugar and 1 tsp. of cinnamon evenly over each donut.

 

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16 thoughts on “Maple Glazed High Protein Jelly Donuts Recipe”

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  2. Alex, can I lift this for my blog? What I mean is that I want to copy and paste it not “reblog” it. That’s because if you reblog, it just prints a link so that a reader would be re-directed to your site to read this. I have a reason I want to do it the copy/paste way. At the end of each year, I make a book out of my blog and if it only has the link (but not the actual article), then it makes no sense in book form. A reader of the book couldn’t click it and…so the entry is “lost.” I will obviously credit you and put a link to your site at the top of my blog page so a blog reader can visit your site to get more of your yummy recipes and fitness tips.

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