Raw Donut Holes!

Cinnamon Donut Holes #raw #paleo #glutenfree @bettyrawker

Three Words: Yum. Yum. Yum.

These raw grain free paleo donut holes are better than the real thing! I promise.

Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes

  • 1 cup shredded unsweetened coconut
  • 1/3 cup almonds (if you have time:soaked overnight, skins removed)
  • 1 vanilla bean, scraped, or 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • pinch of sea salt
  • 4 medjool dates, pits removed
  • 2 TBS coconut nectar, maple syrup, or honey

Coating:

Add dried coconut to food processor, and process alone for 30 sec to 1 min to release oils. Add in almonds, vanilla, cinnamon, sea salt, process until all mixed & fine. Add in dates process, and then add in honey.
Form into balls with your hands. Roll in coconut sugar & cinnamon coating.

You can eat the as is, freeze, or dehydrate at 115*F overnight.

ENJOY!!

This recipe is adapted from a recipe by Brandi Rollins found in a free menu plan from Raw Foods on a Budget.

And thank you to “And Love it Too” for featuring this recipe in this gluten free recipe round-up here and shared at Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Party Hop and Meatless Mondays and Allergy Free Wednesdays

Yummy Raw Paleo Donut Hole!

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17 comments

  1. I love these! Going to try making them this week. :)

  2. YUM! These sound fabulous! I love the additon of the coconut palm sugar coating :) can’t wait to make a batch :D thx for sharing!

  3. Rise

    Made these right away! Excellent!

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  5. Angie

    When do you put the almonds in?

  6. These look so yummy!!! I just got this book on raw food and it is exciting!

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  8. Rafael Freaner

    Just made these, they’re SO GOOD!!!!!!

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  10. awesome recipe! definitely perfect for my afternoon treat when my sugar cravings hit.. love how guilt free the recipe is.. means i can have more than one at a time!

  11. RunnerGirl

    With the coconut – are you processing until it’s coconut ‘butter’ consistency? If yes, what would be the equivalent amount of coconut butter to sub? These look great! Thanks.

    • Hi!

      Good question, but no, not processing it into a coconut butter, just processing the dried coconut flakes for 30 seconds to 1 minute, to turn them into a finer crumble. I really think the donuts remain more cake-like using this lightly processed coconut as compared to using a dense coconut butter. But I am sure you can play around it with, and it will likely taste delicious how ever you choose to prepare them!!

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