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Delicious vegan oatmeal donut recipe

Grecia De Flores
4 min read

These delicious donuts will fill you with energy for any time of the day, they are an excellent and healthy vegan food option that you can add to the menu.

If you are here it is because you want to make vegan desserts, and this time I want to show you the recipe for donuts with oats, for your snack time.

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Vegan oatmeal donuts with chocolate coating

How to make vegan oatmeal donuts?


  • 1 cup of fine oats.

  • A third of a cup of applesauce of your choice, without sugar.

  • 1 ripe banana.

  • Half a cup of ground flaxseed.

  • Half a teaspoon of ground cinnamon.

  • 1 to 2 tablespoons of almond flour optional.

  • Raisins or grated coconut to taste.

For coverage

  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil.

  • 3 tablespoons of cocoa powder.

  • 1 tablespoon of honey.

  • Grated coconut and colored sprinkles to decorate to taste.

Preparation method:

  • This recipe is super easy to prepare, it is excellent for an activity with the family or with children.

  • Crush the banana and integrate it with the rest of the ingredients.

  • Grab portions of dough and roll into balls.

  • Crush the balls and then with a cookie cutter remove the center of the dough to form the donuts.

  • Line a tray with parchment paper and distribute the donuts.

  • Bake at 180 degrees Celsius or 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes

  • After this time it is necessary to turn the donuts and bake them for 5 more minutes.

  • For the coverage, mix well in melted coconut oil, cocoa and honey.

  • Dip the cold donuts in the topping and decorate to taste.

This is how easy and delicious it is to prepare these incredible donuts, a great alternative for vegans and non-vegans, these can be accompanied by a glass of almond milk and will remain fresh for approximately 1 or 2 days.

Learn about the benefits of oatmeal and incorporate it into your recipes

It is healthy

As we mentioned before, oats are a great source of healthy energy, it contains around 60% carbohydrates, which generate a feeling of high satiety and provide energy to the body in a moderate and constant way.

Its high fiber content combats tiredness, the feeling of weakness, exhaustion and helps regulate those bouts of anxiety that lead to overeating.

High protein content

It has 13.8% protein, compared to other cereals it is the highest and in combination with some legumes it can provide complex protein content.

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Great source of vitamins

Oats in a serving of approximately 50 grams manages to provide 22% of vitamin B1, iron, magnesium, calcium, copper, zinc and many antioxidants highly beneficial for health.

It helps regulate cholesterol, given its high fiber load, which is why it is recommended to eat it in the usual way.

It also stimulates the thyroid gland, which is involved in fat metabolism and helps regulate bad cholesterol.

Regulate sugar

It encourages the production of the pancreas and because it is a source of energy that is absorbed slowly, it helps stabilize blood sugar levels for non-insulin dependent people.

Contributes to the strengthening of muscles

Oats can be derived from avenacosides, which are anabolic steroid-like substances, variants of testosterone.

These testosterone levels help athletes during their workouts, thus decreasing the level of effort they exert during workouts.

In the same way, all this energy is recovered by means of oatmeal substances.

They help the nervous system

The levels of vitamin B1, calcium and the alkaloids that make up oats promote the relaxation capacity of the nervous system, which helps focus and prevent the effects of mental exhaustion.

Easy to digest

It is widely used in people who suffer from constipation, gastritis, and flatulence. It also helps people suffering from digestive ulcers, as it stimulates the digestion process.

Now that we know the wonderful properties of oats, how would you like to include it in your daily diet?