Overnight oats. Today is a raw day.
Doing Something Small Is Better Than Doing Nothing At All
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These are super good and healthy. Oh and they’re pretty easy to make. Since the main ingredient is sweet potatoes they are very high in Vitamin A, with 267% DV. Each serving of 90 grams, or 1 donut, has 23% DV of Vitamin C, 11 % DV of calcium, 7% DV of iron, and 2.9 grams of protein. They are high in manganese, phosphorus, and potassium. They have No cholesterol, and very low in saturated fat with only 2 calories of fat in total. The only down side is that they are high is sugar, with 7.8 grams per serving; however 4.5 grams is naturally occurring in the sweet potatoes.
Yield 18 doughnuts
4 pounds of sweet of sweet potato
2 ½ cups of flour
1 tbsp. of cinnamon
2 tbsp. of baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. of cardamom
1 tbsp. of brown sugar
1/3 cup of powdered sugar
1 tbsp. of maple syrup
Preheat oven at 410 F. Line a baking tray with parchment paper or if have a doughnut pan lightly dust it with flour. Peel and quarter sweet potatoes, boil until soft. Combine hot potatoes and salt in a large mixing bowl. Mash as finely as you can, or use a food mill if you have one. Sprinkle over the flour and baking powder, cinnamon, brown sugar, and cardamom; mix everything to very soft dough. Pipe on to prepared baking sheet, using a large tip. Bake for 20 minutes or until light gold and puffed. Carefully remove doughnuts from the pan place on cooling rack, found this easier to when they are still hot. To make sugar coating, combine the powder sugar and maple syrup, drizzle over donuts once they are completely cooled.
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