Looking for a yummy donut with super clean ingredients? Well these might be the answer to your dreams! These donuts are dairy free and only 2.6g of carbs per serve. Fat Bombs low carb donut baking mix could be a great option if you love noshu donuts, but have had trouble finding them in your local area.
Product – Fat Bombs – Low carb donut baking mix
$19.95 for one packet of donut mix which makes 12 serves. On top of that you do need to add coconut cream and coconut oil to the dry mix. The icing, any flavourings or toppings are not included in the packet mix either.
Based on the mix only per serve –
Fat 2.3g Net Carbs 1.2g Protein 1.9g
Based on the mix and added ingredients in the directions per serve (no flavourings/toppings) –
Fat 21.28g Net Carbs 2.6g Protein 3.11g
It would be great if the nutritional information on the packets was based on the finished product including the icing as pictured rather than just the dry mix. From other packet mixes I have tried generally the nutrition panel shows the details of the finished product and says something along the lines of ‘if prepared as per the directions’.
Where do we buy?
We love that …
They are super low in carbs for a sweet treat and have very clean ingredients! It is great also that they can be made at home, making them more convenient than other ready made low carb donuts that can be difficult to find. It is very handy that it comes in a resealable zip lock bag so you can just make one or two serves at a time and not waste anything.
We don’t love that …
The texture of the donut was very crumbly and because of this they were a little tricky to get out of the pan. They had a moist texture and a nice taste, but we were not even able to pick them up without them falling apart. The cost of the mix plus the added ingredients makes them pretty expensive for something you still need to make yourself.
- I would recommend cooking them in a muffin tray using paper muffin cases. We used a greased muffin tray and had trouble getting these out of the tin, so I wouldn’t recommend using a donut tray as that would be even more challenging
- These definitely need to be refrigerated before you can handle them at all as they are very fragile
- There is a how to video on Fat Bombs Australia that might be handy to watch before you make them
Would we buy it again?
No. Due to the cost and the difficulty we had with baking them we would not purchase them again. This was just our experience though and maybe we should just chalk it up as a #bakingfail!
Note: This isn’t a paid post. This is a product we have purchased and reviewed independently.
Have you tried any of the Fat Bomb donuts? Let us know in the comments below what you thought.
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