Newsflash: Super-healthy, no-bake chocolate doughnuts exist—and here’s the recipe

Are mushrooms the new avocado? Hardly—avocados will always have our hearts. But mushrooms are trending hard-core, showing up in lattes and even getting getting their own designated theme restaurants. They’re also the star ingredient in Laura Peill‘s raw chocolate chaga doughnut recipe. The food blogger, holistic nutritionist, and wellness and nutrition coach loves edible fungi, especially the adaptogenic chaga powder used in her recipe. (Adaptogens help your body deal with stress, and chaga is a type of mushroom.) She calls it a “powerhouse in a pack—a natural burst of energy, a boost of antioxidants and adaptogens, and a boost to the immune system.” Peill’s raw recipe includes tahini, coconut oil, and chocolate. Doughnuts with no stove or oven work required? That’s got to be the easiest—and tastiest—way to impress guests at your upcoming Labor Day Weekend party. Ready to whip up...

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