Flour & Sugar Free - Crispy and Fluffy Okara Doughnut Holes

Flour & Sugar Free - Crispy and Fluffy Okara Doughnut Holes

They are wheat flour & sugar free. These doughnut holes are inexpensive to make, and good when you are on a low-sugar diet It only takes 10 minutes including preparation and cooking time! They are easy to make using a plastic bag.

Ingredients: 1 serving - 6 ping pong ball sized doughnut holes

★ Dry Ingredients ★
Fresh okara
50 g
Wheat gluten
20 g
Baking powder
2 g
a pinch
Skim milk powder
1 tablespoon (10 g)
Cinnamon (optional)
1/3 teaspoon (0.5 g)
★ Wet Ingredients ★
Artificial sugar
10 g
Vanilla oil
4 drops
★ 3 ★
Powdered artificial sugar to finish
as needed (about 2 tablespoons)
Total 8.1 g, 1.35 g/ doughnut hole (*^_^*) <Referring to glico Nutritional Information Navigator


1. This fresh okara was 68 yen for 300 g.
2. Okara doesn't keep for a long time, so I divide it into 50 g portions to freeze.
3. Put the ★ dry ingredients ★ in a plastic bag, and mix well.
4. Add the ★ wet ingredients ★, and massage well over the bag to mix together.
5. Divide the dough into six even portions (it's easier if you cut the plastic bag open to do so).
6. Roll into balls.
7. Deep-fry over medium heat until golden brown. I made double the amount of doughnut holes in this photo.
8. Sprinkle with artificial sugar and serve.

Story Behind this Recipe

I'm looking for delicious recipes that I can enjoy while I'm on a low-sugar diet. I came up with this recipe after many attempts.