Its peanut buttah jelly time! Doughnut Style!

Where ya at, where ya go, its peanut buttah jelly time, peanut buttah jelly time.


Ever since I can remember growing up a staple was PB&J. You just couldn’t beat it! So easy, so many different kinds of jellys and jams. Smooth peanut butter, crunchy peanut butter, it didn’t matter. Slap it inside some bread and I am happy. Good lord if only I was up on my peanut butter game back then like I am now. peanutbutterjelly_by_sheharzad_arshad-d7rsura

It had been quite some time since I had made some doughnuts, and I recently picked up some low fat buttermilk so I figured now was better time than any. 8517715def7e04f4b07fc8ecb830869a

Lets get started,

  1. Preheat oven to 350, spray donut pan with non stick cooking spray.
  2. In a bowl, place 12g Pb2, 16g Brown Sugar(I used splenda version), 10 splenda packets, 32g peanut butter protein(I used PES), 100g All Purpose flour, 1/4th tsp salt, 1 tsp baking powder. Mix everything well.
  3. In a separate bowl melt 28g Butter(I used Lite). Add into your dry mix and start mixing slowly.
  4. Add in 1 whole egg, 1 1/2 tsp vanilla, 5 oz low fat buttermilk. Continue to mix until well incorporated.
  5. Spoon mixture into your doughnut pan. Place in oven at 350 for 15min
  6. Use toothpick test to check in done. If it comes out clean you are done. Pull doughnuts out and place on a cooling rack.

Now, you can eat you doughnuts as is and the macros would be 131 cal/ 2.8 f / 19 c / 8p


or you could then add a frosting/drizzle. Since the fat is low, a real simple option would be to melt some chocolate chips then dip your donut in it. You could Also mix a scoop of protein with either water, syrup, or cream cheese and make a frosting.

I decided to make a peanut butter frosting using PB2 and maple syrup. I placed 18g of PB2 in a bowl with enough 0cal syrup to mix it. Just a splash of water to help thin it out just slighty. I then covered 2 donuts heavely with the mixture. I prolly could of made enough frosting for atleast 3 donuts. Then I added 10g of Strawberry jelly on the top to each donut. Last final touch for me was 15g Jif PB&J cereal to cover the outsides of the both donuts. IMG_20160110_181414

Final Macros for donuts w/out cereal: 171 cals / 3.9 f / 26 c / 12 p


These turned out so dang good! Best doughnuts I have made to date that is for sure.


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