Fruity "donut" Holes - No Bake, No Flours!

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Another recipe from Ani Phyo's blog. Watch her make this recipe here: They aren't real donut holes but they're shaped as such.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place salt and almonds in food processor and chop.
  2. Combine remaining ingredients, except coconut, by hand in a bowl. To keep hands from getting sticky while mixing, keep hands wet with cool water.
  3. Roll mixture into balls.
  4. Roll the balls in the shredded coconut and enjoy!
Most Helpful

I also used a dash of vanilla extract, and subbed the dates for raisins. I processed all of the ingredients together (except coconut) into a very fine, sticky dough before rolling into balls. With the sweetness of the pineapple and raisins, it was almost a little overpowering -- so I will look for unsweetened pineapple in the future. But these went over very well and really were a nice treat. With the vanilla, they tasted a lot more like "donut holes" than I expected.

xinalynn October 05, 2011

So yummy! Didn't have the pineapple, so I used dried apple, and I didn't have vanilla bean, so I just used a dash of vanilla extract. :-)

christsinstrument June 06, 2011

Simple,delicious and a simply delicious raw food treat;)- loved the vanilla bean (I was gifted a little tube with two and chose to make this with one of the precious things {{$$}})... this recipe is a wonderful blend of flavors and a must to try for all...a wonderful intro raw food for those new to the idea because it is like an exotic candy/cookie of a sort and so easy to make ...I served them for Easter Brunch {{ (/)-slash Spring Celebration :) }} with a bunch of other Raw delights & "BUNNY TYPE" food ;) :)- and these were among the most raved favs...Thanks for he fabulous recipe share Bella :) LOVED IT!!!

free-free April 14, 2009