High Protein Donuts


High Protein Donuts


These are super easy to make and super easy to eat!
These are 116kcal per dough WITH the Oreo! So you get ALL the toppings and love it
If you’re on the search for a donut mold, I picked one up on Amazon for about $9! They’re cheap as chips! Alternatively, turn these into cupcakes by using cupcake molds!
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 35 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 6
Calories 696 kcal


Cookies and Cream Protein Donuts



  • Preheat your oven to 175°C
  • Sieve dry ingredients into a bowl and whisk to combine
  • Add wet ingredients and combine to form a batter
  • Grab your doughnut mold, coat it with some non-stick spray and pour your mix in, then shove some broken up pieces in to bake into the donuts
  • Bake at 175°C for 12:00-14:00 minutes
  • Remove from oven and allow to cool for a few minutes
  • While cooling, put cream cheese, almond milk, protein powder, and sweetener into a small mixing bowl and combine
  • Dip your doughnuts into the glaze/frosting and set aside until ready to eat!


Cals For Entire Batch: 696kcal
72C 54P 23F
Cals Per Donut: 116kcal
12C 9P 3.5F
Keyword High Protein Donuts

What Are High Protein Donuts?

They’re just donuts loaded up with protein. A healthy alternative to conventional donuts they’re more filling and can help you in your weight-loss mission.

Similar to most people, I adore desserts. Unfortunately, most desserts are full of sugar, saturated fats, and processed carbohydrates and will destroy your efforts at getting lean and staying healthy.

I’ve found ways to make my favorite desserts more nutritious to help me stay on course with my health goals.

I have a high-protein cheesecake recipe you should check out. I exchange the empty calories for more robust ingredients and add protein to assist in muscle building without losing the taste.

How To Make A High Protein Donuts?

Loads of sugar in most donuts will sabotage even the strictest diet. Eliminating certain ingredients creates much more diet-friendly.

Another way to reduce the overall calories is to use no-fat to lower fat dairy. Using high-fat ingredients immediately skyrockets the calories and doesn’t necessarily make things taste pleasanter. Lower the fat and you lower the calories.

The one part that most desserts lack is protein. Combining whey protein is simple and doesn’t change the flavoring.

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