- 79g 1 Bulkie Roll
- 270g Plain Nonfat Greek Yogurt
- 13g Sugar-Free / Fat-Free Cheesecake Pudding Mix
- 12g Mini Chocolate Chips
- 6g Granular Sugar Substitute
- Powdered Sugar Substitute
- Oil Spray
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
- Wrap top and bottom half of roll in aluminum foil (separate)
- Place the rolls on pan and warm top and bottom of the roll in the oven for 5min.
- Once warmed take the rolls out and let them rest for 1-2min. Spray the top and bottom half of the roll with a bit of oil.
- Spread the oil around the top and bottom half of the roll with your hands or a spatula.
- In a bowl pour the Powdered Sweetener then dip the top and bottom halves of the rolls on the sweetener
- Let the rolls sit on a plate while you prep the frosting, with the powdered side facing you.
- For the frosting, mix the yogurt, granulated sweetener, and pudding mix. Once the frosting is mixed, place the frosting in a piping bag.
- Pipe frosting onto the bottom half of the roll in a circular motion, until the bottom half is covered (make sure you save some for the garnish) then top the frosting with chocolate chips.
- Place the top of the roll onto the bottom of the roll and garnish the top of the roll with the remaining frosting and chocolate chips.
- The Bulkie Roll can be replaced with a regular bun, a plain doughnut without the hole, as long as it’s suitable with your health preferences, you can use anything that works for you.
- The Yogurt can be replaced with ricotta or cottage cheese as long as it’s blended to be as smooth as the yogurt (with a similar texture).
- The oil spray can be replaced with lite or regular butter, although macros will be slightly
Nutrition InformationYield 1 Donut Serving Size Entire Recipe
Amount Per Serving Calories 491Total Fat 5gCarbohydrates 76gProtein 36g
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