April 23, 2024 2 Comments


These Blueberry Glazed Protein Donuts combine a tender cake donut texture with juicy blueberries and sweet vanilla glaze. They're gluten-free, dairy-free, low fat and high in protein! If you don't have a donut pan, feel free to make these into muffins or scones. 

Did you know? Blueberries are high in antioxidants, helping neutralize free radicals that damage your DNA. (source)

four Blueberry GlazedProtein Donuts

Protein recommendations

These Blueberry Glazed Protein Donuts call for LIV Body Lean Vegan Protein. I used Oatmeal Cream Cookie flavor! You can use my code SARAHWILKINS for free shipping on all Liv Body products. Any vegan protein powder should work in this recipe, but it will alter the taste and texture. I haven’t tested this recipe with whey, but in my experience, whey blends work way better than whey isolate.

If you don’t have protein powder, you can substitute half a cup of gluten-free baking flour (60 grams).

closeup Blueberry GlazedProtein Donuts

Flour recommendations

These donuts use a combination of gluten-free baking flour and coconut flour.  Feel free to swap the coconut flour for twice as much baking flour. Or, swap the gluten free baking flour for any of the following: all-purpose flour, cake flour, oat flour, or buckwheat flour.

closeup bite Blueberry GlazedProtein Donuts

Sweetener recommendations

To sweeten the donuts themselves, I used this sugar free granulated sweetener that measures like sugar. It has no erythritol or stevia for those who are sensitive! Feel free to substitute twice as much granulated monk fruit, granulated erythritol, or baking stevia. For the glaze, I used the same brand of powdered sweetener without stevia or erythritol. But again, you can use any powdered sweetener that measures like sugar!

four Blueberry GlazedProtein Donuts one with bite

Other ingredients

For an irresistible moist texture, I used plain dairy free yogurt and a little coconut oil. Feel free to sub plain Greek yogurt or even unsweetened applesauce instead of the dairy free yogurt, or vegan butter in place of the coconut oil! I used egg white to help bind the donuts, but feel free to use a vegan egg replacer. Using egg replacer can change the texture a little, but I've found it works best with all-purpose flour (gluten helps bind in the absence of egg whites).

Here’s the printable recipe for these Blueberry Glazed Protein Donuts! I hope you’ll rate and comment below if you try them 🙂

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2 Responses

Sarah Wilkins
Sarah Wilkins

April 26, 2022

Hi Amanda, sorry about that! With the migration from my old website some of the print buttons do not work. I am slowly working through all the recipes to fix them but in the meantime you can just print the web page ;)


April 26, 2022

Your recipes look lovely! They won’t go to a print page though. Says not found/ page doesn’t exist. :(

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