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G-lazy Glaze

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This recipe came from Katie Covered with Chocolate.  She has a cute site and you definitely  should visit it sometime.  If you enjoy the flavors of coconut and banana, then this glaze is for you.  It is really easy to make. I found that you need to keep the doughnuts or whatever you are frosting in the fridge or the glaze softens and turns iridescent, though this doesn’t affect the flavor at all.  I find this recipe is a nice alternative to other frostings.  The doughnuts with the white frosting in the picture above shows you what it looks like when the glaze dries.


  • 2 Tbsp mashed banana (30g)
  • 2 Tbsp raw coconut oil, melted


  1. Combine the two ingredients constantly stirring until all the liquid is combined into a nice icing / glaze.  I found using my Bullet worked great for this.
  2. After frosting the dessert of your choice, you can either eat right away or place in the fridge so the icing hardens.
  3. This makes enough to glaze all six doughnuts, depending on the doughnut sizes.


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4 thoughts on “G-lazy Glaze

  1. Rebecca says:

    Does this glaze go brown from the banana’s after a while?

    • amie-sue says:

      I had a few of these last about 3 days in the fridge before they were eaten (meaning they were gobbled up to really test that out) BUT after 3 days, it hadn’t turned brown. The coconut oil suspends the banana and firms it up and helped retain the more whitish color. I hope that helps, amie sue

  2. Alikat says:

    Aloha Amie,
    I made these twice and both times they had an odd after taste. Wondered if it has happened to you before.
    I checked to see if the pecans I used were rancid and both times they were fresh not old.
    A couple of raw foodies had told me that it could be the coconut oil when heated turns bad. What brand oil do you use?
    And brand cacao?

    Chef Alikat

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