Strawberry Donut Holes on a white plate.

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes (Low Carb, Gluten Free)

With their delicious flavor and amazing texture, you might just have a hard time believing that these strawberry Shakeology donut holes are low carb and gluten free, but they are! Plus, making these baked donut holes is much easier than you might expect.

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

Most people who follow a keto or low carb diet and have tried making their own, know that making delicious donuts can be quite a task! It’s hard to recreate that delicious “donut” taste when you are working with different ingredients, but my friends, I think we have found a winner!

These baked donut holes taste so much like the real thing you are going to have a hard time not gobbling them all up.

These keto strawberry donuts are delicious and so easy to make!

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

What is Needed to Make Strawberry Glazed Donut Holes?

In order to make these baked donut holes, you need the following:

How to Make Strawberry Glazed Donut Holes

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Add all of the ingredients for the donut holes to a medium mixing bowl. Mix well.

How Make Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

Form the mixture into 15 (or so) evenly sized donut holes. Hint: if your hands are wet, it makes it a lot easier.

How Make Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

Place the donut holes on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes. Set aside and let cool.

How Make Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

Add the ingredients for the glaze to a food processor and blend until smooth.

How Make Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes Glaze

Coat the cooled donut holes with the glaze and allow to set.

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

You can dip them or drizzle over the top.

How Long Does it Take to Make Strawberry Shakeology Donuts?

One of the best things about this recipe for strawberry Shakeology donuts is how quickly they can be made! With a prep time of just 20 minutes and a cook time of just 15 minutes and a little time set aside to allow them to cool, you can be enjoying them in less than 45 minutes.

Are Baked Donut Holes Low Carb?

Typically, donut holes are not appropriate for a keto or low carb diet. A typical donut hole has 7.3 carbs, and let’s be honest, no one ever eats just one donut hole. These low carb baked donut holes have just 4.5 net carb per donut hole, which is much easier to work with if you like to allow yourself a treat every once in a while.

This recipe makes 15 donut holes.

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

Are These Low Carb Strawberry Donuts Difficult to Make?

It used to be that those following a keto or low carb diet struggled because making treats that tasted like those that they are used to was too difficult. This is no longer the case! These strawberry Shakeology donuts are very easy to make, nutrient-dense (thank you Shakeology) and so good!

You don’t need to be a master baker to create delicious tasting treats like these.

Do Baked Donut Holes Taste The Same as Fried Donut Holes?

While I’m certainly not going to make the claim that baked donut holes taste the same as fried, I will say that they are still quite good. If you are having a donut craving, do not pass up the opportunity to try these ones! Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.

How Do You Make Strawberry Shakeology Donuts Without a Donut Pan?

If you were seeking to make strawberry baked donuts, a donut pan would make this task a lot easier. These baked donut holes, however, do not require a donut pan at all. With this recipe, you use your hands to create the “donut hole” ball shape. They are then baked right on a baking sheet so there is no need for a donut pan at all.

And don’t worry if it isn’t a perfect ball. Mine never are!

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

Alternate low Carb Toppings for Baked Donut Holes

If you are just not feeling strawberry, then you can easily top these keto donut holes with any low carb toppings such as the ones I am listing here. They will all taste amazing!

  • Toasted coconut – Are you a coconut fan? This perfectly toasted coconut is a wonderful topping for baked donuts!
  • Almond Maple Glaze – Do you love maple bars? This will be the topping for you! This keto almond maple glaze is a wonderful topping for keto donuts!
  • Low Carb Colored Sprinkles – Looking to add a little color and a little flavor? These low carb colored sprinkles are a fun addition to your Shakeology donut holes! The kids are going to love these ones.

Tips That Will Help You Make The Best Baked Donut Holes

Here are just a couple of my favorite tips that will help you make the best donut holes:

Preheat Your Oven

Preheating is a mundane task, yes, but preheating is imperative to making the perfect donut holes.

Allow Time for Donuts to Cool

Before adding your glaze topping, be sure to allow the donuts to cool properly. Applying the glaze while the donuts are too hot will make it difficult for the glaze to set.

Save Some for Later

Okay, I’m half joking on this one, but these do freeze very well for those times when you have a sweet tooth but don’t want to start from scratch.

Other Low Carb Shakeology Breakfast Recipes You Might Like

Shakeology Glazed Donuts

Shakeology Coffee Cake

Strawberry Donut Holes on a white plate.

Strawberry Shakeology Donut Holes

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Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Calories 103 kcal

Ingredients
  

For the donut holes

For the glaze

Instructions
 

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Add all of the ingredients for the donut holes to a medium mixing bowl. Mix well.
  • Form the mixture into 15 (or so) evenly sized donut holes. Hint: if your hands are wet, it makes it a lot easier.
  • Place the donut holes on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes.
  • Set aside and let cool.
  • Add the ingredients for the glaze to a food processor and blend until smooth.
  • Coat the cooled donut holes with the glaze and allow to set. You can dip them or drizzle over the top.

Nutrition

Serving: 1Calories: 103kcalCarbohydrates: 3gProtein: 3gFat: 7gSaturated Fat: 2gPolyunsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 9mgSodium: 72mgFiber: 1gSugar: 1g
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