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Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs

I’ve been following Elviira’s blog, Low Carb, So Simple for quite a while and have tried many of her super easy and delicious recipes. All of them have one thing in common - they contain no more than 5 ingredients!

I got inspired by some of her delicious and innovative creations and made these Orange & Walnut Chocolate Candies last December. In fact, I like her cherry version even more :-)

When Elviira asked me to guest post for her blog, I knew it would be a challenge to use no more than 5 ingredients. It made me realise how much effort it takes to create delicious recipes with just a few ingredients. Although most of my unpublished recipes are made of at least 6-7 ingredients I found one perfectly suited for Elviira’s website. You can now find my Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs on her blog. These fat bombs are another great addition to the recipes suitable for the FAT FAST!

Nutritional values per serving:

0.85 grams 0.14 grams 0.96 grams 7.4 grams 4.7 grams 67.3 calories
Total Carbs0.99grams
Fiber0.14grams
Net Carbs0.85grams
Protein0.96grams
Fat7.4grams
of which Saturated4.7grams
Energy (calories)67.3kcal
Magnesium and Potassiumtrace

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (4.6%), protein (5.2%), fat (90.2%)

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Comments (75)

These were easy and quick and a yummy treat thanks so much
I'm new to Keto

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Thank you! If you are new to keto, have a look at this post: http://ketodietapp.com/Blog/page/Start-Here

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how big should the serving be?

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I'd say it's slightly over an ounce (2 level tablespoons).

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How many servings, or what size is the serving for those calorie for the macro counts you listed above.

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It's 12 servings per recipe, one serving is slightly over an ounce (2 level tablespoons).

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I made these and they were so yummy!  Such a wonderful little treat to tackle my sweet cravings when I have them. It is also a nice switch up from the chocolate bombs I usually make. I loved them so much, that I made them again the next week, but wanted to play around with flavors.  I swapped the strawberries for blueberries, and added just a splash of maple extract.  They tasted like a blueberry pancake!  So many options with this recipe; thanks for sharing!  Love your site!

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Thank you so much, I'm glad you liked them! Smile

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Is the carb count accurate? My carb counter says a 1/2 cup of strawberries alone is 5 carbs.

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Hi Amanda, yes it is - I used the USDA database (also in my app). Online and other counters are often inaccurate as they use user-generated entries that are not verified.

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I made these and they were delicious!
My daughter's loved them too! I made
Peanut butter and chocolate fat bomps last night, they similiar the Reeses peaut butter cups. Cant wait to try one.

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Thank you Irene!

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I tweaked this a bit...being a Northern MI girl, tart cherries are way easier to come by than strawberries. So, the same volume of those...plus 2 tbsp dark cocoa powder....OMG. Dark chocolate cherry cheesecake fat bombs. Who needs Valentines Day cheap, crappy chocolate???/

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That sounds delicious!! Dark chocolate + cherries = best combo ever!

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These are SO good! Really easy and fast to make and taste great. Whenever I see husband or daughter chowing down on chocolate or donuts or something I tuck in to one of these to satisfy my sweet craving. Works like a charm and, unlike carby sweet treats, I'm easily able to limit myself to just one so as to not add too many calories.

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Thank you Dee, I'm glad you like them!

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These are amazing! Thank you! Can you please tell me please tell me the total calories per batch. Thank you very much. Judy

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Hi Judy, the total calorie count for the whole batch is 807 calories. Hope this helps Smile

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How many calories a piece?

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Hi Tanya, it's 67 kcal per piece (see the table).

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These are lovely tasting, but mine won't go into balls...they just splat out, so end up looking flat.  I'm using the recipe as it is written.  It just goes v liquid once I've mixed it all up.

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Hi Debbie, may it be that the cream cheese or butter were too runny? I've made these several times and they were always fine. I suggest you use a small popsicle mold or an ice-cube tray to make sure they don't splat out.

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I doubled the recipe when I made these. They're really good, except I can really taste the alcohol in the vanilla extract. I think next time, I'll only add 1 teaspoon for the doubled recipe. Also, the mixture, before being frozen is the consistency of pudding. I thought refrigerated it would still be solid, but it isn't, still pudding consistency. So I found it best to eat it frozen. Usually, I'll let fat bombs warm up a bit. I really like the addition of the fruit and mine turned out really pink! Much darker than your picture. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Thanks Malainie! I guess you may want to try using real vanilla bean - no alcohol taste at all. Maybe you used better strawberries if yours were darker! Wink

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I have tried many times and it always say page cannot be displayed when I try to get the recipe!!  Frown

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I'm sorry to hear that Michelle - it may be your browser - have you tried another one? In case this helps, here are the ingredients:
1/2 cup =  2.5 oz = 70 g strawberries, fresh or frozen
3/4 cup =  5.3 oz = 150 g cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup =  2 oz = 60 g butter or coconut oil, softened
2 tablespoons = 0.7 oz = 20 g powdered erythritol OR 10–15 drops liquid stevia
1 vanilla bean OR 1/2–1 tablespoon vanilla extract

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Thank you so much!!!  Yes, I've tried 3 different browsers!?

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You're welcome! That is so weird - maybe your internet provider is restricting the access for some reason...

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I can’t load the recipe either...

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I'm not sure what the issue might be - it always opens for me. If it doesn't open, I included the list of ingredients above in the comments. Simply blend them together in a food processor, spoon in 12 mini muffin molds & freeze for about 2 hours. Hope this helps!

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This recipe is a godsend for me.  I couldn't figure out a way to up my fat without adding gobs of protein!  
If other readers don't have a mold, simply use a mini muffin pan or ice cube trays.
And if you can catch them while they are still a little unfrozen in the middle, wow!
Exact right amount of real fruit in there, it is not only taste, but a texture thing, and them being pink is definitely a visual pleasure.  
Awesome diversion from my normal green (avocado) or brown (chocolate) bombs.  
I also added a tablespoon of coconut oil and a dash of sea salt, worked amazing.
Cant wait to try your other bombs!

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Thank you Nettie! Glad you liked them! Oh I know what you mean, they are better when still soft in the middle Smile

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These are delicious!
I made a batch yesterday for dessert - and to put them in school lunches. I was just contemplating how to pack them for lunch when I realised there was none left - kids and husband polished off the lot in one sitting. That solves the packing problem...
These will certainly be regular in my house.

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So glad all of you liked them Agnes. I can only imagine your surprise when you found an empty box Smile

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Oh, and I also changed the counts for 16 instead of 15 servings.... from the amount I licked from the spoons, bowl, beaters, fingers, etc!  delish

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This just made me think how hard it always is not to do that! I just have to make sure I can get the right amount of servings so I know what to post on the blog Smile))

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I don't understand if strawberries are high in carbs alone how is the net carbs only .85g?

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It's the serving size that matters - all series are low in carbs Smile

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These are amazing! I could eat the entire batch in one sitting!!! Awesome job!!! Thanks!

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Thank you Sarah!! I'll definitely post more similar recipes Smile

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how much is a serving?

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Hi Gab, one serving is one fat bomb (details on Elviira's blog, Low-carb, So Simple - link it the post) Smile

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New to pintrest...How do I get the recipe?

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Hi lashonya, you can find the recipe in the text in bold saying "Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs on her blog". It's my recipe but I guest posted for Elviira at Low Carb So Simple, so the full recipe is on her blog.

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Died and went to heaven!

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Thank you Gillian! Smile)

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Thank you for these recipes!  I have ketodietapp are these on the app?  

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Thank you Colette, yes they are. Apart from the 238 recipes that are in the "Meals" tab, you can find over 120 recipes in the integrated blog (the last tab). You can even add them to your Planner (iPad only feature) Smile

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Oh, these are yum!! Not a huge strawberry fan so made them with raspberry, and they are really delish. A good change up from coconut and chocolate flavors when i need a keto energy fat bite. Also, i dont have molds so used a cookie dough scoop (like a baby ice cream scooper that ejects it from the spoon, and it worked great to make little balls that i froze on a parchment lined tray, just in case anyone else was wondering a good way to shaoe them without a mold)  Thanks for sharing!! Smile

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Thank you Kelly! I'm sure they were delicious with raspberries too Smile

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I cannot seem to pull up this recipe. are you able to send it to me please? Via email?
Thank you so much. It says cannot open proxy website... something like that.

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Hi Summer, it's a guest post - have you tried to use another browser? I'm not sure why that happens but it must be some settings you have on your computer. I'll sen it to you via e-mail then Smile

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Oh my god these are so yummy! I still have about half the batch in the freezer. Love it, thanks!

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Thank you Gemma!

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Where is the recipe I dont see it????!!

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Kyren, it's a guest post I've written for another blog and the link to this recipe is in bold.

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I have been unable to view your recipe. It saying can't find server. Is there anyway you can repost the recipe?
Thanks so Much!!

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Hi April, I just tried by clicking on the text in bold (Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs on her blog) and it works well. Maybe it was just temporarily unavailable?

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LINK STILL DOESN'T WORK. CAN YOU REPOST ANOTHER?

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NOT YELLING, JUST TOO LAZY TO TAKE CAP LOCK OFF.

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That's ok, just checked it and it works. Here is the link: www.lowcarbsosimple.com/.../ - sorry for the late reply, haven't seen your message.

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I'm having the same problem. The link is not working.

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Sara, I think the website may have been temporarily down because the link is working now - you may want to try it again.

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Tip: I added all ingredients into a ziplock bag and used my hands to get a nice smooth consistency. Then I cut a corner of the bag to fill my candy molds.
Loved this recipe! Definitely making again!

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Hi Jennifer, thanks so much for the tip and for trying my recipe!

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These look great!! We are not big on chocolate, so it's great to have a fat bomb recipe that isn't chocolate-based. And thanks for introducing me to Elviira's blog! Smile

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Thank you Tekesha! Smile

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Thank you, Martina, for creating this great recipe! Our whole family loves these fat bombs Smile

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It was my pleasure Elviira! Smile

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Can I please get a copy of the recipe?  I have been eating just cream cheese on a fat fast and am losing 1 lb a day.  would love this recipe.  my e-mail is paulettelaster43@yahoo.com   thank you

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Sure! Recipe is in the link above, just posting again for sure: www.lowcarbsosimple.com/.../

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You are UNREAL! Just wish this was dairy free.

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Thank you Linda!!! I think you can try it with creamed coconut milk (instead of cream cheese) and coconut oil (instead of butter) Smile

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Or you can you tofetti vegan cream cheese

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I checked the ingredients they are using and I would personally avoid it. I think that coconut milk is a much better option.

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