Serious question: are donuts considered a breakfast food or dessert. I am ALL about eating these for breakfast, especially since they are only TWO POINTS each. If anyone said you can’t have donuts on WW, they are SO WRONG! I always top them off with my zero point glazing and make a delicious and filling TWO POINT dessert. You can add cocoa powder, pumpkin spice or apple pie spice in the mix for a flavored donut too. These donuts are one of my most recreated dishes and you all have absolutely loved them.
How many WW points is this now?! Click on the link below and it will take you to the recipe I made within your own WW app. Your specific points will be calculated, and you can track that.
- Don’t have self-rising flour? Follow my recipe below
- Don’t have a donut tray? Crumble up some parchment paper and place it in the middle of a hole in your muffin tray. Add dough around the parchment paper, keeping the center clear
- ½ cup self-rising flour
- ½ cup plain, nonfat Greek yogurt
- 1.5 tablespoon granular sugar replacement (Swerve or Monkfruit)
- 10 teaspoons confectioners sugar replacement (Swerve brand)
- 1 tablespoon plain, unsweetened almond milk
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees
- Place yogurt and flour in a large bowl. Use a spoon to mix it all together. Once all the flour is sticking to the yogurt, dump out on a clean surface. Knead together for about 3-5 minutes until dough like
- Split dough into thirds and place each piece in one donut hole of a greased donut tray
- Bake for 12 minutes, until starting to brown
- Combine ingredients for glazing together in a small bowl. Pour glazing over donuts after removing them from the oven if you want the glazing to melt into the donuts. Or, allow donuts to cool and spoon glazing over the donuts if you want the glazing to sit on top (my preference)