Look at these bad boys - Oreo Chocolate Doughnuts
Since I got my hands of my doughnut baking tray I had been after I have been loving creating all kinds of different doughnut recipes.
So far I have given you White Chocolate Glazed Doughnuts, Chocolate Doughnuts, Banana Doughnuts and Pumpkin Doughnuts, so you have plenty to choose from already, but I just had to add some Oreo Chocolate Doughnuts to the list, as living on this side of the Atlantic is Canada - Oreo's are everywhere.
But we don't have just the plain ole Oreo, there are double stuff, peanut butter, birthday cake, red velvet, pumpkin spice, candy cane, you name it, you can bet there is an Oreo version of it. Well maybe not a cheese and onion Oreo because will that would just be rank.
These Oreo Chocolate Doughnuts work perfectly. Delicious chocolatey cakey baked doughnuts, topped with a vanilla icing and sprinkling of crumbled Oreo, what more could one ask for.
Just like the other doughnut recipes, for these I use a wolfgang puck 12 count mini doughnut tray, similar to this one here:
You will need one that has doughnuts moulds 7cm in diameter 2cms high, for the same quantity of doughnuts. The really mini ones will work, it is just the equation of doughnuts will differ.
You can enjoy 1 or maybe even two of these delicious Oreo Chocolate Doughnuts with a nice cuppa.
To sweeten I have used Sukrin : 1 (watch this space for my review of some sukrin products coming very soon). It is a natural sweetener and it has none of that horrible aftertaste you sometimes get with sweeteners. I have tried many different types in the past trying to find one that is natural and tastes natural and I think this is it. I usually just use some honey or maple syrup, but it’s nice to know I can now use this. Instead of sukrin you can use any sweetener of choice of course. But I recommend sukrin if you can get some.
Sukrin can be ordered on amazon.
Click here if you live in the UK: Sukrin UK
Click here if you live in the USA: Sukrin USA
for those in Canada, I am told Sukrin will be readily available to us in the Fall.
Although the doughnut part is gluten free, unfortunately the Oreo topping means they are not, but if you have to avoid gluten, on this side of the Atlantic, you can actually buy a gluten free Oreo, so feel free to use those instead or if you can't get your hands on any of those, all my other Doughnut recipes I linked to above can be made Gluten free.
- 120g (4.25oz) of oats
- ¾ tsp of baking powder
- ⅛ tsp of baking soda
- ⅛ tsp of salt
- ½ cup/120ml fat free plain yoghurt
- 1.5 level tbs (7.5g) of unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 egg
- 1 tsp of vanilla extract
- 5 tbs of sukrin:1 (or any erythritol based sweetener)
For the topping
- 3 tbs of low-fat cream cheese
- 4 tbs of fat free plain yogurt
- ¼ tsp of vanilla extract
- 1 tbs of sweetener (I use an erythritol based one)
- 2 tablespoons of sukrin melis (icing) - optional - makes topping set on doughnuts, like a proper icing - (if not using this, you may need to add more sweetener to the topping to taste)
- 2 Oreo's
- Preheat oven to 180c/350f (gas mark 4)
- Add oats to a mini blender or food processor and pulse until fine.
- Add to bowl with the cocoa powder, baking powder, soda and salt and mix well to combine.
- Add the egg, yogurt, sweetener and vanilla extract to a separate bowl and whisk till smooth.
- Add to the oat mixture and mix till combine.
- Spoon the mixture into 9 holes of the doughnut tray (the one I used is non stick, so I added no spray oil, however if yours is not non stick you will need to grease with spray oil)
- Place in the oven and bake for 14 mins. A skewer carefully entered into the center should come out clear.
- Allow to cool slightly and then carefully remove from the tray using a silicone spatula.
For the topping
- In a bowl mix together the low-fat cream cheese and fat free yogurt, sukrin:melis (icing) if using and sweetener to taste
- Spread it over the top of each doughnut using a silicone spatula
- Add the Oreo's to a ziplock bag and bash with a rolling pin until crumbled.
- Sprinkle on top of all the doughnuts.
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Nutrition InformationServing Size 1 DOUGHNUT
Amount Per Serving Calories 85Total Fat 2.3gSaturated Fat 0.7gCholesterol 22.9mgSodium 132.4mgCarbohydrates 12.8gFiber 1.7gSugar 2.3gProtein 3.8g