Banana Peanut Butter Doughnuts

Peanut Butter & Banana is a WINNING flavour combo! 😍 Our Banana Peanut Butter Doughnuts are a super yummy LowER carb treat for when you feel like something indulgent and have a few extra carbs to spare.

By Joanne  Print

Share this recipe with friends and family

  • Prep 5 MINS
  • Cook 15 MINS
  • Yields 6


 ½ a pack (170g) of Plant-Based Protein Banana Bread

 ½ teaspoon of baking powder

 1 egg

 2TB (40ml) melted butter or coconut oil

 2 TB (40ml) milk of choice.

 1 extra large or 2 small bananas (180g)

Important Tip

  Like other banana bread recipes, you’ll get the best tasting loaf by using overripe bananas – brown and spotty are ideal!

Peanut Butter Frosting Ingredients

 2 heaped TB (¼ cup) of Peanut Butter

 1 heaped TB (35g) of Low Carb Icing Mix.

 2TB (40g) plain yoghurt

 3 TB (60ml) hot water

Optional for decoration

 Crushed roasted peanuts or Banana chips


Banana Doughnuts Method

1Preheat oven at 180 degrees and spray a silicone doughnut tray to avoid sticking. (Our doughnut tray is 9cm in diameter)

2Combine the banana bread mix, baking powder in a small bowl and in another small bowl combine the mashed banana, melted butter, egg and milk.

3Add the wet mix to the dry mix, and combine well.

4Use a teaspoon and spoon the mixture evenly into the doughnut tray (approx 4 teaspoons per doughnut) and place in the oven for 15 minutes.

5Once baked, allow to cool in the tray for a few minutes (twist slightly to loosen) then remove from tray, and place the doughnuts on a cooling rack. Doughnuts must be completely cool before icing, otherwise, the icing will melt and soak in.

Peanut Butter Frosting Method

1Add the Peanut butter, the Icing mix into a small bowl with the 3TB of hot water and mix together until smooth. Mix through the yoghurt until combined. If it is too thick, add a touch more yoghurt or water.

2Spoon the peanut butter icing onto the doughnuts so it slowly drizzles down the sides. Decorate as desired with crushed peanuts for the lowest carb option or banana chips if you think the tiny bit extra carbs is worth it because they taste so good!

Nutrition Facts

Serving size107g
Energy236 Cal (987 Kj)
Fat, total13g
- Saturated fat6g
Carbohydrate, total10g
- Sugar6g

Safe & Secure Shopping

  • afterpay logo
  • Zip Pay logo
  • PayPal logo
  • Mastercard Visa and American Express logo