We use cookies to give you the best online shopping experience. You can find out more by reading our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.


  • Recipe parson20160119 26781 hqf99x 5-6人份
评分: by 23 人
Star recipeStar recipeStar recipeStar recipe halfStar00

Enjoy a tasty sweet treat without the guilt with these healthy doughnuts. Made using spelt flour and oats as well as plain flour, and filled with a combination of sweet sesame tofu, raspberries, and coconut sugar, these are a more nutritionally beneficial version of jam-filled doughnuts. Top with melted dark chocolate for ultimate decadence.

Recipe courtesy of Great British Chefs


baked spelt and oat doughnuts:
200g of whole milk
30g of coconut oil
1 vanilla pod
1 tsp fast-action dried yeast
200g of plain flour
130g of spelt flour, wholegrain
50g of oats
15g of milk powder, skimmed
5g of flaky sea salt
1/4 tsp baking powder
1 egg
25g of coconut sugar

doughnut fillings:
200g of raspberries, frozen
1 tbsp of coconut sugar
lemon juice, fresh
120g of sweet sesame tofu

to serve:
100g of dark chocolate


  1. To make the doughnuts, split the vanilla pod and scrape the seeds into a small saucepan. Add half the milk and the coconut fat and heat over medium heat until the fat melts. Set aside to infuse while you prepare the rest of the ingredients.
  2. Blend the oats to powder in a high powered food processor or coffee grinder. Set aside.
  3. Add the other half of the milk to the saucepan and heat to just lukewarm – any hotter and it will kill the yeast. Remove from the heat and add the yeast, stirring to melt. Add to a stand mixer, Thermomix or other blender with kneading capability. Add the oat flour.
  4. Sieve about 130g spelt flour to remove the biggest pieces of bran (you can add these back to the packet) and weigh out 100g sieved spelt flour. Add this to the mixer with the plain flour, skimmed milk powder, flaky sea salt, baking powder and egg. Squeeze all the milk out of the vanilla pod and add this flavoured milk to the mixer.
  5. Knead for a minute, then add 25g coconut sugar and continue to knead for about 6 minutes (it will depend on your machine), until the dough is shiny and supple – it will be quite sticky.
  6. Scrape the dough into a greased bowl and leave in a warm place to rise, 1–2 hours depending on the room temperature.
  7. When the dough has doubled in size, punch down.
  8. Roll out about 2cm thick. Use a biscuit cutter (about 6cm wide) to cut circles out of the dough – try not to twist the cutter when you press down as this can interfere with the rise.
  9. Arrange the doughnuts on a baking sheet lined with greaseproof paper and cover with a clean tea towel. Allow to rise again until roughly doubled in size, about 45–60 minutes.
  10. While the doughnuts are rising, prepare the fillings. To make the raspberry sauce, heat the frozen raspberries in a medium saucepan with the coconut sugar and a small dash of lemon juice until reduced and thickened, about 10 minutes. Transfer to a serving bowl to cool.
  11. Blend the sweet sesame tofu in a food processor and add to another serving bowl.
  12. Preheat the oven to 190°C/gas mark 5.
  13. Once the doughnuts have risen, bake them for about 8 minutes until risen and just set. Over-baking will result in dry, tough doughnuts so keep an eye on them as they bake and err on the side of under-baking.
  14. While the doughnuts are baking, melt the chocolate – I find this easiest in a microwave, checking frequently to ensure the chocolate doesn’t burn.
  15. When they are ready, split each doughnut in half and pile the tofu sesame cream and raspberry sauce on top of the bottom halves. Working quickly, dip the top halves in the melted chocolate and reattach.
  16. Serve immediately, while still warm, with any leftover fillings on the side.