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Mini Donuts (made with a mini donut maker)

Ingredients for 14 mini-donuts:

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tbsp unsweetened almond milk
  • 2 tbsp coconut flour
  • 1 tbsp pea protein powder
  • ¼ tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tsp Sukrin (or your favorite sweetener)
  • 2 tsp ghee
  • ½ tsp baking powder

Ingredients for the glaze:

  • 1-2 tbsp cashew butter
  • 1-2 tbsp sprinkles


  1. Mix all the ingredients together, but add baking powder as the last ingredient, when your mini donut maker is hot and ready to use.
  2. Bake as described in the mini donut maker user manual. If necessary, flip the donuts and bake them a little bit longer to make sure they’re baked equally on both sides.
  3. Spread a thin layer of cashew butter on the mini donuts, add sprinkles.

Nutrition facts per minidonut: 37 kcal, 1.5 g protein, 3.2 g carbs, 1.6 g sugar, 2.1 g fat, 0.9 g fiber. (Sugar comes from the sprinkles. You could omit the sprinkles or glaze your donuts with something else, like a low-sugar dark chocolate coating.)

I just unfollowed you because you told an under-developed fifteen year old child to stop making excuses and make wiser eating decisions. You, and those like you, are what is wrong with health and fitness stigmas in America.


Hi! That’s ok, I’m not American and I don’t live in the US but I understand where you’re coming from. I’m not trying to be popular, I’m totally ok with people unfollowing me. 

Answering questions sometimes gets very draining (I’ve answered hundreds of questions for over 3 years here on tumblr).

It’s hard to give a thoughtful and considerate answer each and every time, especially when you get the same kind of questions over and over again… I guess I should close my ask for a little while and take a break! 

So I know green tea is really good for you, but I tried this one an it tasted very bad! Do you have any good brands you'd recommend?


Here are my favorite green teas: image

Hey there :) I'm just about to turn 17 and I weigh about 85kgs, I'm short so my weight is significantly too high to be healthy. I was just wondering what types of food are easy, healthy, (cheap would also be nice) and filling that I can take to school. Also some easy at home workouts to get back into exercising. I used to do gymnastics and basketball until about 3 years ago and since then I haven't really worked out but I need to. Please help! Thank you so much.


Hi! You can find plenty of school lunch ideas and school snacks on Pinterest. 

Regarding beginner workouts, here’s a Youtube playlist with full-length beginner workouts

I love your account! So I have a question, I'm 15 and I'm having some trouble with my love handles, I get muffintops in jeans and when I wear bikinis I feel like they look weird on me because of them, so I was wondering if there is any way to get rid of them? I mean I heard that working out the muscle will only make them bigger so cardio is the way to go, but I do cross country and track and it's not helping and I try eating well but I'm 15 and sometimes I eat junk. Any tips? Sorry it's so long!


Hi! Also try to do some body weight training moves to complement your cardio. But the culprit probably is your nutrition that isn’t quite optimal. Being 15 is not a free pass to eat junk. You’re not a 7-year-old who doesn’t know better and wants candy. You’re more mature and able to make wiser decisions.

Your blog is amazing! But I have a hard time with self motivation especially when it comes to working out, and I really want to workout but just can't get myself motivated, do you have any tips?


Notice the difference between wanting & doing: wanting something doesn’t matter. You have to actually do it.

You don’t have to be motivated to go workout. Just ignore the nagging ”I don’t feel like it" thoughts. Bulldoze through those feelings and start your warm-up routine anyway.

You can follow all the fitspo you want, reflect on what’s really driving you, make yourself a Pinterest board, watch motivational videos on Youtube etc… The bottom line is, the only thing that’s going to make a real concrete difference is to actually go work out.   


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