These Pumpkin 2 Ingredient Donuts Weight Watchers are the perfect light treat for the fall! It may be no surprise that even with Weight Watchers, I still enjoy baked goods. Fall is approaching, so we are getting ready for everything pumpkin again. And do I have to say more?? Doughnuts!
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These differ slightly from my 2 Ingredient Muffins (see them here -> here). Since they don’t have any water, they are a bit thicker and more cake-like! The perfect way to replicate a cake donut from a bakery without all the extra calories! Either way, they taste great, and the kids also enjoy them, you would never guess they are weight watchers donuts!
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WHAT IS Weight Watchers?
When starting a new weight loss program or diet change, consult a doctor or physician about personal health concerns. It is a good idea to have blood sugar levels, blood pressure, and hormones checked at a physical before and during being on the WW program.
New to Weight Watchers?? Also known as WW, a weight loss program uses points assigned to food to track and lose weight. When you sign up, you take an assessment that will assign you a point value to eat daily and a weekly allowance. You can carry over 4 points from the day into your weekly budget, which is handy when you need more points.
I have been on Weight Watchers since 2011. They have had Points Plus Value, WW Smartpoints, Blue Plan, Green Plan, Purple Plan, WW Personal Points, and now Weight Watchers Points. The new Weight Watchers Simplified plan is the new program launched in November 2022, similar to previous plans like WW Smartpoints, with some color plans. ( You can see the Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods 2023 -> here)
No matter the WW plan, they work to help you learn healthy eating habits. I have hit lifetime goal weight several times but stopped operating the plan and tracking, so the weight does creep back on.
Right now, you can head on over -> here and sign up for WW for $10 a month for your first six months.
2 Ingredient Pumpkin Doughnut Recipe Ingredients:
- Yellow Cake Mix– You can use different cake mixes for this. I loved that it wasn’t a strong pumpkin since we didn’t use a spice cake mix and used yellow cake mix instead. You will not use the water, oil, or eggs listed on the cake mix box.
- Canned Pumpkin– I used pumpkin canned puree to make this; fresh puree may work, but I have not tried it. Also, be sure the canned pumpkin has no added ingredients that will affect the point value.
How To Make Pumpkin 2 Ingredient Donuts:
Preheat your oven to 400 Degrees
Spray your doughnut pan; I spray mine with olive oil from my Misto. Now I use my silicone doughnut pans from when we made Keto Bagels (you can see those -> here). I love to bake in silicone, but there are also metal pans.
Combine your cake mix and pumpkin; this worked better, working it together with a spatula rather than a whisk.
Now, having the batter in a piping bag to pipe into the doughnut molds makes this much easier. I stuck a gallon ziplock bag into a beer stein and filled it that way. It worked out perfectly!
Cut a decent size hole into the Ziploc and pipe into the doughnut pans. You can also cut the hole larger if you think it’s too small when you get started.
Now this made 18 doughnuts for me; I started out filling not as full but ended up adding to them to make the molds fuller.
Bake for about 9-11 minutes, keeping an eye on them to raise and be done through
Now I tore one to ensure it wasn’t too doughy and thoroughly baked in the middle, but you can use the toothpick testing too. My oven gloves work best for baking with silicone pans (these are my favorite on Amazon -> here).
Serve and enjoy!!
How to store 2 Ingredient ww donuts
Once the donuts have cooled, please place them in an air-tight container or bag and store them for five days.
Weight Watchers Points Value For 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Doughnuts
Make sure to recompute the points on your box mix, but mine came out to 78 points for the whole box and worked out to 4 points a serving on the plan starting November 2022.
What is your go-to pumpkin dessert??
Pumpkin recipes to make
We love to cook with pumpkins, and even make pumpkin dog treats!! Check out all my pumpkin recipes!!
- Homemade Pumpkin Bread-Love everything, pumpkin spice?? This Homemade Pumpkin bread is the perfect way to bring in cooler weather or dream of fall and everything baking!!! Easy frugal bread to make and freeze!
- 2 Ingredients Pumpkin Spice Muffins-These Pumpkin Spice Weight Watchers 2 Weight Watchers points with only three ingredients! They are the perfect pumpkin fall treat the whole family will love!
- 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownie-These 2 Ingredient Pumpkin Brownies are quick and easy; low Weight Watchers points dessert! They are fudge-like in their consistency!
Weight Watcher Collections To Checkout
Are you looking for Zero Point food ideas? Check out this list -> here of all the Zero Weight Watchers points food.
These are easy Weight Watchers recipes made in my kitchen; most are kid-approved. Click on the name to be taken to them.
- Weight Watchers Instant Pot Recipes
- Delicious Low Point Soups
- Dinners For The Family
- Best Weight Watchers Cereals
- Air Fryer Recipes
- Best Weight Watchers Tortillas
- Chicken Dinners
- Best Store-Bought Weight Watchers Salad Dressings
- Dessert Recipes
- Pumpkin Recipes
- Brownie Recipes
- Casserole Recipes
- Weight Watcher Muffins
- Breakfast Recipes
- Weight Watchers Pizzas
- Weight Watchers Grilling
2 Ingredient Pumpkin Doughnut Recipe
- Preheat your oven to 400 Degrees
- Spray your doughnut pan with a non stick spray.
- In a bowl combine your cake mix and pumpkin, this worked better working it together with a spatula than a whisk.
- Now you will need to have the batter in a piping bag to pipe into the doughnut molds. I stuck a gallon ziplock bag down into a beer stein and filled it that way. It worked out perfectly!
- Cut a good size hole into the Ziploc and pipe into the doughnut pans.
- Now this made 18 doughnuts for me, I started out filling not as full but then ended up adding ot them to make the molds fuller.
- Bake for about 9-11 minutes keeping an eye on them to raise and be done all the way through, I tore one to make sure it wasn’t too doughy in the middle.
- Serve and enjoy!!