These Blueberry Whole Wheat Donuts with Chocolate Chips are what Saturday mornings are made of. Made with whole wheat flour and packed with blueberries and chocolate, these donuts are a great way to enjoy a slow morning and opt for a gooey slice of goodness.
All the blueberry donuts lovers out there, raise your hand! I have two hands and two feet raised. I absolutely love donuts.
And, I have your next Sunday morning recipe with this healthy donut recipe.
Of course, I encourage eating donuts any day of the week. You don’t have to wait until the weekend!
These baked blueberry donuts are our newest obsession and are a fun iteration of my healthy peach crumble whole wheat donuts. You could even call them protein donuts. But, don’t eat them for the health benefits; eat them because they’re delicious.They are so fun, so easy and so tasty. Whether you eat them with or without the icing, and you’re in for a delicious treat. Some whole wheat donuts can be too tough and chewy, not these. They are soft and fluffy!
For these baked blueberry donuts, you’ll need:
And, powdered sugar if you want to make icing for these blueberry chocolate chip donuts.
These homemade whole wheat baked donuts are very healthy. With the whole wheat flour, we’re adding extra protein and fiber. Plus, blueberries are full of antioxidants in this healthy baked donut recipe.
You can leave the icing and/or chocolate chips out, if you’d like to reduce the sugar.
While I think donuts can be a fear food for some people because they typically provide no nutritional value and are high in sugar and fat, remember that not everything you eat has to be nutritious or full of nutrients.
We eat for so many other reasons.
Sometimes, you just want and need a good old donut and that’s okay. When talking with clients about challenging their eating routines, we often discuss adding in fear foods. If you have interest in intuitive eating, I encourage you to try some of these tips.
Okay, back to these donuts. If this blueberry donut recipe is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.
I know strawberries + chocolate and even raspberries + chocolate get all the attention. But you guys, have you tried chocolate and blueberries? UNDERRATED.
Blueberry chocolate chip donuts may actually be my new favorite.
This recipe is not for vegan donuts, but if you like vegan chocolate chips, Enjoy Life are my favorite. Since we’re using whole wheat flour and greek yogurt, these protein donuts will hold you over unlike regular donuts.
You get a great dose of protein in them!
It’s no secret I love throwing blueberries into baked goods. Like my favorite loaf of quick bread.
This month’s Recipe Redux challenge was to make something delicious using three ingredients we already had on hand – a spring clean out, if you will.
Well, number one, I always have frozen bluebs. I also rounded up some whole wheat flour and some greek yogurt, since you’ll find those in the kitchen 95% of the time.
It was easy to envision this healthy baked donut recipe from there.
I totally respect donuts without chocolate chips. Sometimes you just don’t need them in there and simpler can be better.
These blueberry chocolate chip donuts are truly good either way, with or without the chips. So, your preference. But, if you were being honest with yourself, how many chocolate chip donut recipes have you made?
Maybe do half with chocolate chips and half without? But promise me you’ll give the blueberry and chocolate combination a chance.
These whole wheat donuts are perfectly soft and if you like a little bit sweeter, add the vanilla icing.
Sidenote: If you don’t have a donut pan, I promise it’ll be the best $10.00 you spend this week.
Buy multiple so you can have a donut party. That would be so much fun, but only if you invited me.
These are the best blueberry donuts you’ll find. I’m pretty sure the Dunkin blueberry donut and the craft donut shops can’t compete.
Mine came out perfectly around 16 minutes.
These whole wheat donuts are nice and fluffy, thanks to the white whole wheat flour, which is a little less dense than typical whole wheat flour.
Eat them while they’re hot because that’s when they are fresh, soft, and the icing oozes into the donuts (aka the best.)
They will harden slightly upon cooling, so if you want multiple protein donuts for meal prep, make extra to save for the rest of the week!
Favorite munchkin flavor? I used to love the glazed and jelly ones growing up!
If you were given berries, yogurt and flour on chopped, what would you do with them?