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The luscious, distinctive flavour of a soft donut with a dark chocolate glaze in the flavour of your choice (plain, sea salt, or hazelnut). This sugar-free, keto-friendly recipe is sure to be a popular choice for a special treat. Use a heart-shaped mold for a very special person or occasion.
Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Keyword: Keto, Sugar Free
Servings: 6donuts (1 per person)
Author: Ross Chocolates
Donut silicone mold (heart shaped or round)
1/2cupsSwerve granulatedor of your favourite sugar substitute
1tbspvanilla extract get the good stuff -- pure vanilla has the best flavor