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Happy #NationalDonutDay! Seeing the posts all across my social media feed had me craving a donut... but not wanting to buy either a massive one from Joffrey's at Disney Springs (in case you haven't seen them, they're the size of my face... literally) or a box at Publix that would tempt me all week. I wanted a day-only indulgence (which is allowed on my current Always Eat After 7 PM plan!) and I did a really intense workout this morning, but didn't want to set off a trigger food. So, I decided to take what I had in my fridge and pantry and see what I could whip up - and voila, massive chocolate peanut butter donuts!
I made four of these for 5 SP each, but you could very easily make eight smaller ones. They're seriously huge!
The secret to these is adding some things to the two-ingredient dough (which I've used to make cinnamon rolls and beignets) like Jordan's Skinny Syrup and sugar-free fat-free chocolate pudding mix. The Skinny Syrup is a great way to add a sweet flavor, kinda like vanilla extract, but with a more specific taste. I used cookie dough in this one, but there are different chocolate varieties and peanut butter ones if you wanted to strengthen those flavors even more.
Jessica is a huge Disney and Star Wars nerd who channeled that love into motivation to lose 75 lbs.