Apple Donuts--easy, fun, kid-friendly and nutritious!
Mommy Dietitian in the Kitchen, Holley Grainger, and my two precious daughters share one of our favorite family recipes: Apple Donuts. This healthy dessert is simple to make, crazy fun, and can be customized to include your favorite "icing" and "toppings." Plus, they can fit any type of diet because they're made from fruit.
So is it possible to make donuts even more fun and delicious? Ellie, Frances and I say YES it is!
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Get the full recipe and details on the blog: holleygrainger.com/apple-donuts
Here's what you need to know:
HOW TO MAKE APPLE DONUTS: WHAT YOU'LL NEED
*Spread: peanut butter, cream cheese, Greek yogurt, Nutella, sunflower seed butter, hazelnut spread, pureed pumpkin
*Toppings: sprinkles, toffee pieces, chocolate chips, dried fruit, chopped nuts, unsweetened shredded coconut
WHAT TO DO: IT'S AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3!
1. Wash and dry apples. Using a sharp knife width-wise into 1/2-inch rounds. Pat dry with paper towels.
2. Use an apple corer to remove center of apple making the "donut hole." If you don't have an apple corer, try using a jigger, pastry bag top, milk top, or just a knife to make the hole.
3. Spread with favorite spreads and top with toppings.