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Baked Churro Donuts 🍩🎥 gluten free, dairy free & keto


  1. Teresa L says:

    These are pretty good. Would go less on the sugar for the topping! I used a star tip but my donuts didn’t come up with much ridges, they puffed up (i followed the recipe to a tee) and didn’t spread. Would make again

    • Dee says:

      I’d, also, be interested in if honey or maple syrup could be used in the batter. I love the recipes here but have a hesitation in using chemical sugar replacements. Would rather a sweetener in a purer form just less of it.

  2. Grecia C Pena says:

    is it possible to make these in a normal donut shape i.e. a donut pan? I don’t want to have to buy more baking supplies but these sound amazing! 🙂

  3. Anaya says:

    well I don’t have a scale or whatever to measure these in grams. is it okay if I just convert them to ounces even though they won’t be exactly the right amount? im a little disappointed that these are in grams and not the usual tbsp etc.

  4. Aun says:

    This looks delicious, a recipe I’d love to try. About the xanthan gum, is it absolutely necessary for this recipe or can you leave it out? I have no idea where I would even begin to try to find it where I live.

  5. Emma Porter says:

    I made these on Saturday and they were delicious! We also popped the leftovers in the toaster on Sunday morning and enjoyed them for breakfast

  6. Serena says:

    Delicious and easy! They do taste like a cross between a churro and a donut. Will make again, my son loved them too 🙂

  7. Jess says:

    Hi! These look great. Would like to make this weekend. Is it possible to make them without the pastry bag and star tip (Or homemade pastry bag w/ an end cut off of a plastic ziplock bag)?

    Thanks you so much!

    • Paola says:

      Hi Jess! A ziplock bag with the end cut off would work just fine (just make sure to not cut the whole too big). Just keep in mind that the ridges do help the sugar stick somewhat, but not a big deal 😉 xo!

  8. Kate says:

    You certainly have a way with dough. Can you come up with a recipe for keto dessert crepes? I’m picturing some stuffed with fresh strawberries and whipped cream. Thanks so much.

    • Paola says:

      Crepes are already a work in progress! 😉 In the meantime do check out the tortillas (there’s even a recipe to make them sweet with strawberries and cream…!). Not the same, but a cross between a crepe and a pancake! xo!

  9. Tatiana says:

    I know you said no replacements, but, can I change either the psyllium husk or the xanthan gum (or both) for chia seeds. I already had them at home and would rather use them given that they are a super food.
    Also, can monk fruit (golden) be a sugar substitute instead of Swerve or xylitol? I’ve read that xylitol can have laxative effects, so I am trying monk fruit sweetener to see if I like it.

    • Paola says:

      Hi Tatiana! In all honesty I would leave the chia seeds for chia pudding (I get you, I have one every morning!). Here they would just lead to a dense texture. Also keep in mind that psyllium is sort of a ‘superfood’ as well, super high in fiber and good for your digestive system. By monk fruit golden do you mean Lakanto (i.e. the erythritol mix?). That would work fine if you like the taste. Xylitol does have laxative effects when consumed in large quantities. xo!

  10. Kate says:

    Another GREAT recipe I can’t wait to try! I don’t have any psyllium husk…can I sub it with something else, or make a run to the store? Thanks for all your help!

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