National Doughnut Day doesn’t mean you have to screw up your summer diet already! Read on for healthy recipes to make at home. Not all doughnuts are created equal. It’s true—most are created with copious amounts of sugar, butter and sometimes milk chocolate…but not all. In honor of National Doughnut Day we found some absolutely delicious healthy doughnut recipes for you to make at home—we’re talking nutritious enough to eat for breakfast! Raisin Oat Doughnuts Photo Credit: Create the Life You Want to Live Recipe by Caitlin O’Neill for Create the Life You Want to Live This is the perfect healthy breakfast treat! These doughnuts substitute honey for sugar, use fat-free milk, and oats/flaxseed instead of flour. They take less than an hour to make and are only 130 calories each—yep, we think we found your new go-to breakfast recipe! Baked Cinnamon Spelt Doughnuts Recipe by Diana for This Chic Life Photo Credit: This Chic Life If cinnamon doughnuts are your go-to, then these are a must-try! They use healthier spelt flour, which is packed with protein. The cinnamon flavor will be a great complement to your morning coffee—or enjoy these as a lighter dessert option! “All for One” Chocolate Protein Doughnuts Recipe by Kelly for Foodie Fiasco Photo Credit: Foodie Fiasco These unique treats have minimal ingredients—including egg whites, pumpkin, and cocoa powder. Plus, they are low-carb, low-fat and sugar-free! You can’t go wrong with packing these for breakfast in the office—the protein will leave you feeling fuller, longer and keep your energy up throughout the day! Happy National Doughnut Day, everyone! Let us know how you’re celebrating in the comments below. Arielle Sidrane is the Associate Editor of Spa Week Daily. One Response Kelly June 15, 2014 Thank you for the feature! Reply Start a Conversation Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.