Time 4 Chocolate Coconut Protein Doughnuts

By @Average.Geoff


To make this Chocolate Coconut Protein Doughnuts recipe, you will need:

100g Self Raising Flour

1 Egg

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

50g Dark Chocolate

2 Scoops Time 4 Whey Protein Professional Vanilla Coconut Milk Flavour

About 50-100ml Milk of Choice


Preheat the oven to 170°c.

Mix the flour and protein powder in a bowl.

Add the vanilla, Egg and Milk an mix until you get a cake batter. Don't over mix or your doughnuts will be tough enough to fight in the Ultimate Fighting Championships.

Separate the batter into a 6 ring silicone doughnut tray and bake for 10-12 minutes.

Leave to cool and once cool, melt your Chocolate and dip the doughnuts in.

Sprinkle with a touch of Desiccated Coconut if you're feeling fancy.

Calories: 154
Protein: 9
Carbs: 16
Fat: 6

Try this amazing Chocolate Coconut Protein Doughnuts recipe today.

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