Keto fat bombs are easy, on the go snacks that give you a little ‘pick me up’ of energy and a feeling of satiety. Here are 10 delicious keto fat bomb recipes that you easily can make at home!
But let’s rewind, what is Keto?
The ketogenic diet has been around for ages and is a low-carb diet where only ~5% of your daily caloric intake is from carbohydrates. This forces your body to mainly burn fat for energy and go into a state of “ketosis”. In theory, this should make the ketogenic diet effective for weight loss, weight management, and blood sugar control.
You can read everything you need to know about the ketogenic diet and diabetes in this guide on Diabetes Strong: The Ketogenic Diet and Diabetes – The Definitive Guide.
What are Keto Fat Bomb Recipes and why do they rock?
Keto fat bombs are powerful snacks packed with fats and very few carbs. The fats are typically from healthy (and delicious) sources such as:
- Nuts and peanuts
- Coconut oil
- Hemp seeds
- Heavy cream
The best part of keto fat bomb recipes is that there are a ton of different options to choose from. This list of recipes has everything from sweet chocolate fat bombs to savory bacon fat bombs and even a spicy pimento fat bomb!
How to store Keto Fat Bombs
Let’s make it clear, fat bombs are good, but eating an entire batch in one sitting probably isn’t a good idea. They are too high in calories for that.
The fat bombs will typically become soft at room temperature due to their ingredients so it’s important to store them in the fridge. If you store them in an airtight container, you can enjoy them for up to two weeks.
Freezing the fat bombs is also an option, but you need to let them thaw very slowly in the fridge to avoid them being runny on the outside and still frozen on the inside when the time comes to enjoy them.
These keto peanut butter fat bombs use 5 simple ingredients and couldn’t be easier to make. Topped with a delicious chocolate ganache, they are the perfect decadent keto snack!Calories: 247 Carbs: 3g Protein: 4g Fat: 24gContinue Reading
These chocolate keto fat bombs are packed with five sources of healthy fat and contain only 4 grams of net carbs per serving.Calories: 388 Carbs: 7.1g Protein: 7.5g Fat: 33.7gContinue Reading
Pimento Cream Cheese Fat Bombs are nutty, cheesy, and addictive! These little cheesy balls come together in under 45 minutes and make a terrific low-carb snack!Calories: 247 Carbs: 3.5g Protein: 9.7g Fat: 22.2gContinue Reading
These dessert-style fat bombs are modeled after a dessert that is universally loved, the strawberry cheesecake!Calories: 132 Carbs: 0.7g Protein: 0.4g Fat: 14.5gContinue Reading
These tasty savory fat bombs were inspired by the popular jalapeño poppers appetizer. However, the fat bomb version is much better!Calories 208 Carbs 1g Protein 4g Fat 20gContinue Reading
These Butter Pecan Keto Fat Bombs are a delicious snack filled with healthy fats and they are guaranteed to kill your sugar cravings!Calories 145 Carbs 2g Protein 1g Fat 16gContinue Reading
File these delightful keto fat bombs under breakfast recipes worth every decadent bite. Whip up these breakfast bacon fat bombs and get your keto on today!Calories 183 Carbs 1g Protein 5g Fat 18gContinue Reading
These delicious little snacks are flavored with matcha powder, pistachios, cashew butter, and cranberries. It sounds crazy but it works!Calories: 136 Carbs: 4g Protein: 2g Fat: 13gContinue Reading
This recipe offers a slightly sweet and all too perfect way to get those healthy fats for those on a keto diet. The taste of strawberries with less than 1 g carbs per serving!Calories: 47 Carbs: 1g Protein: 1g Fat: 6gContinue Reading
The contrast between the fruity tang of the blackberries and the richness of the fatty coconut and almonds makes these fat bombs truly spectacular!Calories: 229 Carbs: 4g Protein: 4g Fat: 24gContinue Reading
As you can see, keto fat bomb recipes come in all shapes and flavors, which makes these recipes so fun! When you have tried any of these healthy keto fat bomb recipes, please let me know in the comments how you liked them.
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