Paleo Banana Bread Donuts

These paleo Banana Bread Donuts are so moist, flavorful, and yummy. The perfect snack or breakfast that are gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar free!

Banana Bread Donut Holes

Fall is the perfect time for some nice warm banana bread. So why not in donut form? These babies are a perfect clean breakfast donut, or why not make them a treat by adding walnuts, chocolate chips, and a chocolate drizzle!

Banana Bread Donut Holes

Tuesday is here again, you know what that means! If you’re new here, on Tuesday’s I post treats, they are de-lish and guilt-free; except maybe not as guilt-free when you eat them all in 8 hours like we did, but who’s counting? Let’s be real, I am counting, but they were really that good. We couldn’t resist! Anyway… It may or may not be National Donut Day today. I’m slightly confused whether it’s today or on June but actually I’m happy with two National Donut Day’s in a year, so we’ll go with that. These banana bread donuts are so moist and have the perfect amount of sweetness.

Want other donut recipes? Try these:

Banana Bread Donut Holes

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Banana Bread Donuts

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Author: Lexi
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  • 1. Preheat oven to 350
  • 2. In a mixing bowl, combine dry ingredients
  • 3. In a small bowl, whisk together wet ingredients
  • 4. Combine wet and dry ingredients
  • 5. Grease donut pans and pour batter into pans
  • 6. Bake for about 15 minutes until donuts are firm

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    Are you gearing up for Thanksgiving? What Thanksgiving recipes are a hit each year at your table?

    November 5, 2013

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    27 responses to “Paleo Banana Bread Donuts”

    1. Canadians are lame and celebrating thanksgiving in October. But my Mom plans to throw it down at the end of the month, thankfully! The donuts look amazing. But everything you make looks amazing!

    2. Cassie says:

      These look so yummy!! I need to invest in coconut flour… I don’t know why I don’t have any!

      My grandmother cooks everything for Thanksgiving… I may try to “lighten” a few of her dishes up or offer to cook, but I really just love that I’ve eaten the same food for Christmas/Easter/Thanksgiving for the past 24 years!

    3. Uuuuhhhh…never tried making banana bread with coconut and almond flours. Pinned. These look amazing, Lexi!

    4. im not much of a thanksgiving person but i look forward to xmas parties. last year i had the best roasted brussel sprouts. ps. i want 8 of these donuts (we are not counting right?)

    5. Well there goes my afternoon, these look incredible!

    6. KRISTINA says:

      Hey Lexi! Just wondering which donut/donut hole pans you use? Or it is a donut maker? Looking to buy some but wanted some advice! Can;t wait to make these!

      • Donut pans! The two (holes and donuts) are both this link (an affiliate link, by the way): “ xoxox!

    7. jody estabrook says:

      OMG!! I made these today and they are to die for! My kids loved them.. Big Victory for me! Thanks Lexi!!

    8. Love the new design and features, Lexi!

    9. Rebekah says:

      Do you know the macros/calories for these?

    10. Monica says:

      Your food is OUTSTANDING!! Everything I made of yours is beyond out of his world!!!

    11. Lisa says:

      Lexi- I’m new to your site but I’ve been so inspired by your blog! Just made this recipe & they are as good as they look & they look fantastic! I made them into muffins bc I didn’t have the donut pan- it’s works. Thank you!

    12. Kristen says:

      These look delicious! Banana bread is my favorite and donuts are a close second-gotta try these!

    13. Martina says:

      Definitely on my TODO list! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    14. Lucie says:

      These are so freakin’ good and exactly what I was craving. Thanks for the recipe!

    15. Kohhal says:

      Would this work cooked in a muffin tray?

    16. Holly says:

      Hi Lexi! About how many donuts does this recipe make?

    17. amazing… the best what i actually looking for.. thanks for sharing…

    18. Caroline says:

      Hi! These look SO good!! I just got a donut pan and have ripe bananas, and this looks like the perfect recipe 🙂 How many donuts should this make? Thanks!

    19. Amanda says:

      how many donuts does this recipe make?

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