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Chocolate Peppermint Cake Donuts

Might be a little premature but Christmas Bells are ringing and I'm so ready for the Holidays! These delicious cake donuts taste like Christmas Morning that's for sure. I am so unbelievably proud of how these came out. I tweaked an older Peanut Flour recipe and came up with this. It's so diverse that you can use this recipe as a base minus the cocoa powder and KetoChow packets with other flavors! They are so light and fluffy - all thanks to a secret ingredient you'll see once you get to the recipe down below. You wont believe it but just know this ingredient is used to keep cakes and cupcakes super moist, I promise you can't even taste it! Without further ado - keep on scrolling =) Chocolate Peppermint Cake Donuts  Ingredients- 1/2c Almond Flour 2T Unsweetened Cocoa Powder (I used Hershey’s special dark) 1 packet KetoChow Chocolate Mint 1/2c + 2T Sweetener of choice 1/2T Beef Gelatin 1/2tsp Espresso Powder 1/4c Heavy Whippin

Keto Skinny-Head Pizza Crust

Move over Fathead pizza crust, there's a new crust in town! Sure I absolutely love fathead but kneading it, rolling it out, & macros are super tedious in my opinion. I mention macros because I can never get fathead crust to fit into them. But that's why I came out with this easy version that tastes FANTASTIC! It was husband approved & even my picky 9 year old son loved it! He asked for more! Mom win!

Here's the ingredients, directions, & even macros per slice (using my ingredients).

🍕 Keto Skinny-Head Pizza Crust 🍕

Crust Ingredients-
1 cup almond flour (Costco brand)
2/3 cup heavy whipping cream (Horizon)
2 eggs
1/4 cup Parmesan (I used Quattro Formaggio, I get this from Trader Joes)
2T Italian seasoning (1T Italian & 1T Italian blast by Daks Spices )
1tsp baking powder

Your choice! Have fun with it!
I used pepperoni, ground beef, olives, & mozzarella, & Raos Pizza Sauce

Preheat oven 425
Spray a lipped baking pan and/or line it with parchment paper
In a mixing bowl add your crust ingredients and mix. This will not be a rolling out dough. It’s not a kneading dough. This “batter” is loose and “liquid” like but thicker than liquid. Once combined spread out on your LIPPED baking sheet. Spread it to the edges and sides.
Bake for 10-15 minutes, check it and make sure it’s not soft in the middle. Once done add your toppings then stick it back into the oven till your toppings are melted.


Nutrition/Macros- (per slice)
16 servings
Calories- 83
Fat- 7.7 grams
Protein- 2.4 grams
Carbs- 1.7 grams
Net Carbs- .9 grams

See! It's that simple to make & extremely delicious! My son is now asking for this to be our normal Friday Night Pizza Crust, total mom win! Let me know if you make it and how you like it! If you have questions feel free to ask away!

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