Pumpkin Spice Donuts
  • ¾ cup dry mix (Cinnamon Donut Mix)
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 TBL Pumpkin Puree
  • 1 TBL Greek Yogurt, (plain and whole milk)
  • ½ tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
  1. Preheat oven at 350 degrees.
  2. Place dry mix in a bowl. Add remaining ingredient. Stir until combined completely.
  3. Prepare donut pan and pipe batter into donut wells. (See below for my preferred donut pan.)
  4. So … now prepare your pan. Even though it’s silicone I take my basting brush and dip it lightly into the melted butter and then butter the wells with that ONE dip. Spread it around. It’s very light.
  5. Then pipe the batter into the donut wells. My favorite and least messy way to fill those donut pans is by piping the batter. How do you do that? Easy.
  6. After your batter is prepared, you will need a tall glass, a zip plastic bag, scissors.
  7. Place the plastic bag into the tall glass with one corner of the baggie being pointed to the bottom of the glass. You will be filling that corner. Fold the opening back over the edges of the glass. This will make it very easy to fill and you won’t have a mess on the edges of the bag because they are folded back out of the way.
  8. Using your mini spatula get all of the batter into the baggie that is in the tall glass. Once filled, bring the edges of the baggie together and squeeze the batter to that one corner. Twist the baggie at the top of the batter so that it will not come out the top.
  9. Now snip a SMALL piece of the corner so that the batter will come out.
  10. Squeeze gently and pipe into the prepared donut wells. You will NOT fill the well. Divide between the 6 wells. If there is some batter left in the baggie, go back and add some to the wells that might not have enough. It will most likely be the first 1 or 2 wells because I tend to be stingy, thinking there won’t be enough!
  11. Wipe the top of your pan and you will have easy clean up because drips and butter burn on the top.
  12. BAKE the donuts at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.
  13. Let the donuts sit in the ban for 3-4 minute. Place on wire rack to cool. They are good plain … but if you want to ice them they have to be completely cool.
Calories 86 |Fat 5g |Carb 11g |Fiber 8g |Sugar 1g |Protein 5g

If you ice, glaze or sugar the donuts you will need to add that topping nutritional to the totals. The donut by itself is 3 net carbs and tastes great on its own with a cup of tea or coffee!
Recipe by Diabetic Kitchen at https://diabetickitchen.com/pumpkin-spice-donuts/