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Fried Keto Pumpkin Donuts

yield: 10 SERVINGS

prep time: 20 MINUTES

cook time: 17 MINUTES

total time: 37 MINUTES

Ingredients

Keto Donut batter:

Sweetened Cinnamon Coating:

Directions

1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Even with the non-stick quality of these donut molds, I still recommend lightly spraying non-stick spray to avoid any sticking with the batter.

2

In a large bowl, combine almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, and salt.

3

In a separate large bowl, add in eggs, monk fruit sweetener, brown Swerve, apple cider vinegar, almond milk, pumpkin puree, extract, and spices. Mix with an electric mixer for 1 minute. Add in dry ingredients and mix until all ingredients are combined.

4

Add donut batter to a piping bag or you could also easily just use a Ziploc bag and cut about 1/2" off the corner to use as a piping bag. Pipe the donut batter into the donut molds, filling 3/4 the way to the top. Place filled molds on a flat baking sheet for better stability when inserting and removing molds from the oven.

5

Bake in preheated oven for 20-25 minutes. You will start to see the top form small cracks—that's how you can tell the donuts are done. Let cool completely for about another 15 minutes before removing the donuts from silicone molds.

6

While the donuts are baking and cooling, combine the monk fruit and cinnamon for the sweetened cinnamon coating in a shallow dish.

7

Add frying oil to a cast iron skillet or dutch oven, just enough oil to about 1 inch deep. Let the oil get nice and hot. After donuts have cooled off, place donuts in the oil and fry on each side for 10-20 seconds. Remove donuts from oil and toss in granular monk fruit and cinnamon topping.

8

Serve and enjoy!

Nutritional Information

Yield: 10, Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 152.6, Total Carbohydrates: 15.9g, Fiber: 3.3g, Sugar Alcohols: 9.7g, Net Carbohydrates: 2.9g, Total Fat: 11.7g, Protein: 6.1g

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Keto pumpkin donuts with one that has a bite out of it

Missing donuts since you’ve gone keto? 🍩

I recently shared with you my delicious recipe for the best keto donuts. You know we couldn’t just give you one type of keto donut, we’ve taken it to the next level with another yummy low carb donut recipe!

Introducing fried keto pumpkin donuts!

plate of keto pumpkin donuts

These donuts are so delicious and are perfect for dipping into your morning coffee to start your day off right. I love sitting in the kitchen before my kiddos wake up and enjoying a donut with my coffee while it’s still quiet.

The best part? You would never guess these donuts are sugar-free, and have only 3g net carbs each. You can enjoy a donut or even two without all the added carbs that regular donuts have!

donut mold for keto pumpkin donuts

Here are a few recipe tips to keep in mind when making keto pumpkin donuts:

  • After searching for the best donut molds, I came across these silicone molds on Amazon and purchased them after reading all of the awesome reviews. The donuts even popped right out without having to grease the sides!

ingredients for pumpkin donuts

dry ingredients in a mixing bowl

Swerve Brown Granular

keto donut batter

donut batter in donut molds

holding a baked donut

dipping donuts in cinnamon and granular

picking up keto pumpkin donut with cinnamon and sugar


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Fried Keto Pumpkin Donuts

yield: 10 SERVINGS

prep time: 20 MINUTES

cook time: 17 MINUTES

total time: 37 MINUTES

Pumpkin pie spiced keto-friendly donuts using two cooking methods to achieve perfect donut shop-quality results.

Ingredients

Keto Donut batter:

Sweetened Cinnamon Coating:

Directions

1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Even with the non-stick quality of these donut molds, I still recommend lightly spraying non-stick spray to avoid any sticking with the batter.

2

In a large bowl, combine almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, and salt.

3

In a separate large bowl, add in eggs, monk fruit sweetener, brown Swerve, apple cider vinegar, almond milk, pumpkin puree, extract, and spices. Mix with an electric mixer for 1 minute. Add in dry ingredients and mix until all ingredients are combined.

4

Add donut batter to a piping bag or you could also easily just use a Ziploc bag and cut about 1/2" off the corner to use as a piping bag. Pipe the donut batter into the donut molds, filling 3/4 the way to the top. Place filled molds on a flat baking sheet for better stability when inserting and removing molds from the oven.

5

Bake in preheated oven for 20-25 minutes. You will start to see the top form small cracks—that's how you can tell the donuts are done. Let cool completely for about another 15 minutes before removing the donuts from silicone molds.

6

While the donuts are baking and cooling, combine the monk fruit and cinnamon for the sweetened cinnamon coating in a shallow dish.

7

Add frying oil to a cast iron skillet or dutch oven, just enough oil to about 1 inch deep. Let the oil get nice and hot. After donuts have cooled off, place donuts in the oil and fry on each side for 10-20 seconds. Remove donuts from oil and toss in granular monk fruit and cinnamon topping.

8

Serve and enjoy!

Nutritional Information

Yield: 10, Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 152.6, Total Carbohydrates: 15.9g, Fiber: 3.3g, Sugar Alcohols: 9.7g, Net Carbohydrates: 2.9g, Total Fat: 11.7g, Protein: 6.1g

Brought to you by Hip2Keto.

keto pumpkin donuts

You won’t feel guilty eating these keto pumpkin donuts!

As you have seen from all our keto-friendly dessert recipes, you don’t have to give up all your favorites! We’re always finding ways to take our favorite treats and make them low-carb by changing up the ingredients and this keto pumpkin donut recipe is no different. Give these a try this fall and winter!

Here’s what my teammate Jenna had to say after making this keto fried pumpkin donut recipe:

“These are great! I would not feel bad about eating these for breakfast and they are the perfect fall treat! I didn’t feel bad at all giving these to the kids, and they had no idea they were sugar-free! The topping really gives these donuts a final touch that makes them seem like they’re from a bakery! So delicious and oh so keto-friendly!”


Make these yummy keto Rice Krispie Treats next!

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Comments 10

  1. Rachel

    Just added these ingredients to my shopping list this week!! I can’t wait to try this one!!! 🙂 thanks for posting!!!!!!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Yay! You’re so welcome! Hope you love them!

  2. Athena

    Yay for having all the ingredients already!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Woohoo! Perfect! Hope you enjoy these, Athena!

  3. Lisa

    Those look amazing!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Lisa! Hope you love them as much as we do!

  4. paulinesamomte

    What if I don’t have coconut flour?

  5. bdubs

    Made these last night and they were a hit. I didn’t have almond milk so used heavy cream. Also only had 1tsp vanilla so used maple for the other.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Thanks for letting us know how they turned out for you! Glad to hear they were a hit!

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