County Fair Cinnamon Donuts that are a Low Carb Treat!
If you’re looking for a little low carb inspiration then you have to check out Keto Made Easy: 100+ Easy Keto Dishes Made Fast to Fit Your Life by our friends Megha Barot & Matt Gaedke of Keto Connect! It’s loaded with great ideas to transform all of your favorites into keto-friendly alternatives that taste just as great (if not better!) than the original. Many diets out there come with a hefty price tag and a ton of time in the kitchen.
However, this recipe book shows that you really can eat well without spending a ton of time or money doing it! Authors Megha & Matt show you just how to get the meals you want without sacrificing your low carb diet.
One of our favorites from the book happens to be their County Fair Cinnamon Donuts. If you are a donut lover, then you’ll be pleased to know that there is an amazing keto alternative out there! It’s still loaded with that great flavor and texture, but not nearly as many carbs. A few small adjustments and you’ll have a treat that you don’t have to feel guilty about.
The main low carb ingredients that you’ll find in this recipe are stevia (instead of white sugar) coconut flour (instead of white flour) and xantham gum which is used to keep all the ingredients locked in. The texture is very similar to a regular donut, and you don’t have to worry about sweetness! The stevia baked inside the donut as well as the granular erythritol will definitely cure your sweet tooth.
In just over 30 minutes, you can serve up these warm, delicious donuts to your family and friends. They’ll believe that the fair itself has come to your kitchen! Try it for yourself to see just how easy it is. Don’t forget to store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Enjoy!
If you loved this recipe and are a big fan of cinnamon, give these low carb cinnamon roll muffins a try!
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