Raw Vegan Chocolate Frosted Donuts

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Donuts are perhaps one of the most sinfully decadent of treats, especially given that they’re often enjoyed first thing in the morning as a breakfast stand-in. However, they certainly don’t have to be packed full of refined flours, sugars, and deep fried oils. And yes, they can even be raw, gluten-free, and vegan. If it sounds a little too good to be true, you obviously haven’t yet tried these raw vegan donuts complete with a chocolate glaze and white chocolate drizzle. Enjoy!



For the dough
  • 100g raw cashews
  • 100g whole raw almonds
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp bitter almond extract
  • 4 dried figs
  • 4 tbsp agave syrup
  • 120ml water
  • 80g coconut flour
For the chocolate glazing
White chocolate decoration
  • 35g soaked cashew nuts rinsed and sieved
  • 45ml vegan milk of your choice
  • 40g agave syrup
  • 30g raw cacao butter


  1. Mix all the dough ingredients in a Magimix.
  2. Place the dough into the moulds and press thorougly.
  3. Place in the freezer for 30 minutes.
  4. Meanwhile, mix all the ingredients for the ganache in a mixing bowl.
  5. De-mould carefully each donut.
  6. Carefully glaze each donut and rest on a tray.
  7. In a personal blender, mix all the ingredients for the white chocolate.
  8. Place in a squeezy bottle while still runny.
  9. Decorate your donuts with the white chocolate.
  10. Cool down or place in the fridge on a summer’s day.
  11. Serve at room temperature.
Aziz BeyAbout Aziz Bey

Aziz is a young, passionate Parisian video maker (with Algerian Berber origins) that started posting video tutorials on YouTube in October 2016. Despite the fact his channel is called « Be Simple », his recipes are not all easy, and shot in a very particular, original, minimalist and meticulous way, revealing his personality. Each video promotes a slower and simpler way of living, far from stressful City life and more in touch with our inner rhythm. His artistic approach to editing along with carefully chosen tracks of music, reveals his hip hop background in a very unique way. Aziz discovered Raw Food in 2012 and has been very much into Juicing and Raw Pâtisserie in the last few years, finding it very complementary to good health.

With his experience and flair, he managed to develop a delicate, almost feminine way of filming raw cake making. Keep on eye on him, as he is a very talented, experimental Raw Cake maker that likes a challenge with tons of ideas as well as a fine filmmaker.

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