Cinnamon Sugar Donuts

These are hands down one of the best recipes I’ve ever made. I believe the secret is the Vita Fiber. This is a sugar substitute I ordered online, it shipped from Canada. Vita fiber is a prebiotic fiber and is also the main ingredient in one of my favorite treats, QUEST BARS! It’s a little bit pricey, but a little goes a long way 🙂

These donuts are fluffy and taste like a mix between a cinnamon bun and a cinnamon sugar pretzel from the mall food court. HEAVEN RIGHT!?



Most of the healthy donuts you find online are so incredibly dense, with zero taste, okay folks that’s not a donut! That’s just a muffin you shaped like a donut. Sorry someone had to say it 😉

So here’s my awesome donut that is the best healthy donut you will ever have


1 c oat flour
3 scoops cinnamon bun casein (I use Dymatize brand)
1/2 c vita fiber
1/2 T vanilla powder
1/2 t baking soda
1 t baking powder
2 T coconut oil
2 egg whites
3/4 cup almond milk

For the topping:

a teeny bit of maple syrup or honey

Makes 10 donuts

Mix all the dry ingredients together, then the wet. Spray a donut pan with coconut oil. Place in a 400 degree oven for 12 minutes.

Mix together the xylitol and cinnamon. Place in a shallow dish for coating. When donuts have cooled, brush with a tiny bit of maple syrup to get the cinnamon sugar to stick to the donut. It’s best to coat them right before you eat to prevent a soggy donut.



Macros: 133.6 calories, 4g fat, 11.4g carbs (9.6g fiber, 0.3g sugar), 10.3g protein


Happy eating…

XOXO With a Cherry On Top,


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  1. Kaci Cheeseman

    Ok so silly question …is it the liquid or powder vita fiber? Thanks!

    1. Katie

      Not silly at all! I used the powder. I should prob change that! Thanks for asking 🙂 I do have the syrup too but it’s crazy messy!

      1. Kaci Cheeseman

        Thanks! I have the syrup and need to order the powder. I haven’t had success with making quest bars at home with the syrup…several recipes I have seen make it look/sound easy, but mine never firm up enough. Maybe I am just not heating it long enough! I thought about trying to bake with it to see if it helped…

        1. terri

          I think it’s supposed to go in the fridge not heated when making quest bars with the liquid.

          1. Katie

            There’s a liquid/gelatinous form you heat up first and then add to make a quest bar. Then after the bar is made it goes in the fridge. I also had a little trouble with it setting at first.

  2. Stacey

    Holy moly those look amazing!!!!! I am seriously drooling over here! I’m definitely going to have to make these really soon! I was looking into VitaFiber and I came across an alternative called FiberYum that also sells imo-syrup and imo-powder that are seem to be less expensive and also corn-free. Thought I’d let you know! You can also buy a bunch of other healthy ingredients from the company at the same time such as chia seeds, flax seeds, chlorella, barley grass powder, kale powder, pea protein crisps, etc.

    But oh my gosh anyway I need to order some imo-powder and make these donuts!!!!!

    1. Katie

      Thanks Stacey! I need to make them again for myself! And thanks for letting me know about that 🙂

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