Grain Free Cookie Dough Stuffed Donuts. (Gluten/Nut/Dairy Free)

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Gluttony comes to mind when I think about this recipe.. it's just really that decadent.  I created a DELICIOUS Cookie dough and knew it just needed to be loaded into my soft and fluffy Club Angell Donut Recipe.  It was a huge huge success.

For those of you who are wondering if the cookie dough can be baked? Yes, technically it can be..but thats not what I created it for. Hang tight for a few days as I'm going to be playing with the recipe this weekend to turn it into a flawless grain/egg/nut free soft baked chocolate chip cookies.

If you aren't a Club Angell member..you are missing out! But, if you aren't ready to join, you can still make this cookie dough  without the donuts and eat it with a spoon!  If you DO want to join- Click Here  to learn more.

Cookie Dough Stuffed Donuts

Ingredients

  • Use my Recipe for Grain Free Jelly Donuts
  • Cookie Dough Filling
  • 1/4 Cup coconut Flour
  • 1/4 Cup Tapioca
  • 1/4 Cup Granulated Sugar (I used Organic Cane- but any other granulated version will work!)
  • 1/2 Cup Chocolate Chips (Mini)
  • 5 TBSP Butter (dairy or nondairy)
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 4 1/2-5 TBSP Milk (dairy or nondairy)

Instructions

  1. Mix together cookie dough filling.
  2. Use my Recipe for Grain Free Jelly Donuts
  3. Instead of filling donuts with jelly squeeze in cookie dough filling

Notes

Be sure to let the donuts cool fully before piping the cookie dough in!

http://brittanyangell.com/grain-free-cookie-dough-stuffed-donuts-glutennutdairy-free/

 

Club Angell Members: Log in, and  click here grab the Jelly Donut Recipe from the Exclusive Recipes Section! (Note: You must be logged in, in order for this link to work!)

Brittany Angell

4 comments | Leave your own

  1. Jennifer

    Trying to sign up – I filled in my information 2 times including my billing info..and nothing happened??

  2. Erica Nafziger

    Hello!! Has there been any word yet on how well these (or any of the donuts) hold up to being frozen?

  3. Lauren Bearden

    So, would it be ok then to eat coconut and tapioca flours raw? I imagine it’d need to be cooked but am not totally sure. I adore cookie dough and I’m wondering about using this dough recipe to mix in home made ice cream? Thanks, Brittany, I think you’re a genius!

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