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Baked Mochi Donuts (GF)

An excellent idea…posting the nutritional info as well!!

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These baked chewy donuts are delicious and a healthier alternative to deep fried donuts! The texture is unique and is sure to be a hit among friends and family. 

If you are feeling adventurous and wanting to try something a bit different, these baked mochi donuts are for you! Rather than having a yeasty or cakey center, these donuts are  more dense and chewy. Because the donuts are made with sweet rice flour instead of all-purpose flour, the donuts are gluten-free, making it suitable for anyone who has a gluten intolerance. The donuts are entirely dairy-free as they are made with coconut milk, unless you choose to use milk to make the glaze. They are also baked, which overall makes it a healthier alternative to traditional donuts!

The donuts can be topped with anything you prefer, but I decorated my donuts with 3 natural flavors: matcha, strawberry, and lemon turmeric…

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