Here you will find a ton of the easiest fat bomb recipes to enjoy.
These are 56 insanely delicious ways to get the macros you need.
So Just What Are Fat Bombs?
Fat bombs are usually made with things like coconut oil, cocoa powder, cream cheese, and nut butters.
These no-bake treasures are keto friendly.
Since keto is so popular right now, you are probably seeing an influx of fat bombs on your Pinterest and other social media, am I right?
Many have asked for a list of my favorites. The tried and true, if you will.
Fat bombs are a staple for me because they help me reach my macros and feel like a treat.
They are perfect for people who have a sweet tooth.
They feel indulgent but are really keto friendly because they are low in sugar.
As someone with a sweet tooth that used to eat sweets for breakfast, I love to grab one when I am in a hurry in the morning and feeling the familiar tug for a sweet treat.
When I first started I simply would mix cocoa powder, coconut oil, and a little peanut butter.
I have definitely expanded on that lol.
These Can’t Be Healthy, Right?
You have been told far too long that fat is bad.
If this is actually the case, why do doctors prescribe keto for epileptics, seizure sufferers and diabetics?
We have to be re-trained about how we think about fat. There are good fats.
You’ve been told that it is the reason people gain weight but if you think about that, how can it be true if keto people lose weight?
What’s beneficial about fat bombs is that they are filled with heart-healthy fats, and free of carbs and sugar. It’s the fat that helps you feel full.
As with anything, moderation is key for these, but they’re so filling that it’s much easier to feel satisfied even after just a small amount.
Who Can Eat Them?
Of course, anyone on a keto or a low carb lifestyle can. However, if you aren’t on a plan, you can still try them.
You’ll find that they meet the need for your sweet tooth but require less before you’re satisfied.
One of the best parts about fat bombs is just how easy they are to make.
Fat Bombs Are Usually:
Can They Be Made Ahead?
They can be made ahead of time and stored.
Depending on your ingredients, if they are coated in chocolate they can be stored airtight for up to 2 weeks.
Others can be refrigerated and stored in a sealed container.
Fat bombs can also be stored in the freezer, which is how I keep them.
They keep for 6 months so I spend a day making a variety and freezing.
They take very little time to thaw. Depending on my mood, I either enjoy from the freezer or give it 10 minutes to thaw.
I’ve compiled the fat bomb recipes below that all taste great, are amazingly simple, and are great for all of us on the go.
via Dirty Floor Diaries
If you’re looking for the perfect after-dinner treat, then look no further.
This fat bomb recipe is the bomb.
The perfect blend of salty and sweet to perk those taste buds up.
via Ditch The Carbs
Chocolate lovers unite.
Although regular chocolate isn’t a thing on the keto plan, you can consume this without guilt.
For chocolate lovers, this is the perfect prescription.
via Ditch The Carbs
Ginger fat bombs are a fresh alternative to many heavy fat bombs out there.
The ginger adds a lovely zing, and the coconut oil helps you feel fuller for longer (and helps stop those sweet cravings).
via Fit Mom Journey
I could start my day with these! I mean Cinnamon Roll Fat Bombs??!!
via Ditch The Wheat
If you’re looking for another fat bomb to start your day off right, here’s another Cinnamon Roll Fat Bomb for ya.
Of course, it’s also a great snack for any time of the day as well.
via Quart to Knows
There’s only one thing to do when you’ve got pecans, cheese, and green apples lurking in your kitchen.
Make these sugar-free, bite-size fat bombs!
via Hey Keto Mama
These Almond Butter Fat Bombs are very easy to make AND they’re lick-the-bowl-delicious!
With only 4 ingredients and less than 2 net carbs, you HAVE to try them the next time you need a sweet fix.
via Briana Thomas
These fat bombs have all the flavors of a PayDay candy bar, minus the fattening qualities!
Yeah, fat doesn’t make you fat. Who knew?
Rich with flavor from the smooth coconut butter, firm coconut oil, chilled coconut milk, ghee and roasted almond butter.
Now imagine what it does when it hits your tongue!
Hmmmmm, sweet and velvety deliciousness is what this is.
via Be Happy & Good
What’s better than dark chocolate with peanut butter??? The perfect partners.
I’ve never had anything with chocolate and peanut butter that I didn’t enjoy eating.
via Perfect Keto
This recipe is proof that espresso doesn’t always have to be served hot in a mug!
Add some in this fat bombs recipe for a healthy serving of energizing caffeine, fats, and ketones!
These Perfect Keto Mocha Fat Bombs are perfect for a midday snack when you hit that afternoon slump.
Pop one or two of these fat bombs out from the freezer whenever a craving hits, and you’ll be energized for hours!
They are SO easy, delicious and filling.
The hardest part is not eating them all the moment they are made!
It takes about 15 minutes to prep so there’s no excuse not try this recipe out ASAP!
These Nutty Coconut Fat Bombs are an easy-to-make snack that is filling, full of healthy fats, and absolutely delicious!
It’s a no-bake recipe that’s gluten-free, paleo, keto, low carb, Whole30-friendly, and vegan.
via Aunt Rocky
A refreshing, fruity low carb fat bomb, perfect for summer peach season.
Only a little bit of fresh peaches are used, so this fat bomb stays low carb, but has a beautiful “peaches and cream” taste.
Suitable for Atkins, keto, lchf, low carb, diabetic, low glycemic, gluten-free.
via She lives Wholly
Why so good, you ask?
Fat bombs are BOMB when you want to kick the junk food and sugar cravings and stay full longer.
Plus they are quick and easy to make. I mean these only consist of 4 ingredients!
And most important, they are delish. Like I’m obsessed with them.
via Root & Revel
Chockfull of healthy fats and plant-based protein, these Pumpkin Pie Ketogenic Fat Bombs are dairy-free, gluten-free and Paleo, making them the perfect energy-giving snack, breakfast and even dessert!
via Health Starts In The Kitchen
Chock-full of healthy fats and flavored with a burst of fresh lemon and chunky macadamia nuts, these delicious fat bombs are my new favorite snack.
Best straight out of the refrigerator or freezer, because they are cool and refreshing.
via My Keto Kitchen
Red Velvet isn’t as hard to create as you might think, because we’ve created a recipe for simple Low Carb Red Velvet Fat Bombs with only 1g net carbs.
Although you’re on the Ketogenic Diet, you can still have your keto cake and eat it too.
We recommend a beetroot based food coloring so you get a deeper color.
via Bacon Today
This is an ideal recipe to make on Easter Sunday, because you can make dyed Easter eggs for the kids, and make these fat bombs for the adults.
Although made with only 6 ingredients, these easy to make breakfast bombs and are a real crowd-pleaser.
They’d be also be so great as an appetizer for any party or game day event.
They’re a delicious alternative to deviled eggs with bacon for those who are looking for something a bit more creative and unusual.
The recipe below serves 6, however it can easily be doubled, tripled or quadrupled depending on how many you are serving.
via Whole Natural Life
Because they’re flavorful, slightly sweet, and with a whipped taste vaguely reminiscent of frosting, these cinnamon butter bites are a delicious way to eat your healthy fats!
Just pop one or two at the end of your meal, or even between meals if you feel like you need a little pick me up.
via Ruled Me
Any ice cream lover knows what Neopolatin is! You get the triple threat of flavors: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry.
Eating Neopolitan is like eating a Reese’s, because everyone has their way.
Neopolitan fans either eat each flavor separately or all together.
However, you could have boxes of leftover vanilla and strawberry crammed in your freezer.
via Key Ingredient
These fun no-bake lemon cheesecake fat bombs are super easy to make and, best of all, they’re delicious.
We call them fat bombs, because they are a high fat snack.
They are so perfect for those following LCHF diets or Keto lifestyle.
via Real Balanced
Chocolatey and sweet fat bombs.
Although these Fudge Fat Bombs taste just like a piece of fudge, they lack the refined sugar!
Via Low Carb Yum
Need a little more fat on your low carb high fat keto diet?
Then try this white chocolate fat bomb recipe.
It’s quick and easy to make with 3 basic ingredients.
via Ruled Me
The coconut on the outside is just the cherry on top, so to speak.
Because, the crunchiness and slight sweetness, creates a harmony that you can’t get anywhere else.
Crunchy, chewy, creamy, and chocolatey – all in one portable, delicious, and fat filled snack.
Almond Joys might have been named after the feeling of joy you got when you bit into one.
They’re sweet, covered in chocolate with sticky and chewy coconut in the center.
Additionally, you get that addictive crunch from the almond nestled between the layers.
via Low Carb Yum
These sugar free blackberry coconut fat bombs are low carb and Paleo.
So, eat them between meals to stay in ketosis on a ketogenic diet during weight loss.
via Nourished Caveman
Super tasty Prosciutto cup….it is one of my very favorites, because it combines that nice salty, umami flavor of the prosciutto with the creaminess of the brie and the sweet crunch of pecans.
via Real Food Rn
Oh yeah, they are like eating little bites of caramel apple pie, so hide them from yourself.
Here are even more amazing fat bombs!!!!
Fat Bomb Recipes FAQ:
How To Store Fat Bombs:
Fat bomb recipes can be portioned and saved well-stored in the refrigerator.
How To Eat Fat Bombs:
If you’re making fat bomb recipes for weight loss, then you’ll be eating them as part of a low-carb/keto diet once a day.
They are often used to get the correct amount of fat so you stay keto.
Why Use Fat Bombs:
Fat bomb recipes are used so you get the correct amount of fats for keto success.
I hope you found each of these fat bomb recipes helpful, so you are inspired to go make some for yourself.
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