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60 Amazing Fat Bomb Recipes

I know how much you all love fat bombs so I have a collection of over 60 best sweet and savoury recipes!

For those new to the keto diet, fat bombs are delicious high-fat, low-carb and low-protein snacks. They are a convenient source of energy and are ideal for those who need to add healthy fats into their diet to meet their personal macronutrient targets. Some also make them on the Fat Fast or as pre or post workout snacks.

Note for paleo & keto substitutes: If a recipe calls for honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, etc., use a low-carb alternative such as stevia or Erythritol (more tips for low-carb sweeteners are here). If a recipe calls for peanuts, use any nut or seed butter instead.

Bacon & Egg Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Buttered Bacon Fat Bomb from Fluffy Chix Cook

Bacon & Guacamole Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Savory Mediterranean Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Sugar-Free No Bake Raspberry Cheesecake Truffles from Sugar-free Mom

3 Ingredient Sugar-Free Peanut Butter Fudge from Sugar-Free Mom

Better-Than-Mounds Chocolate Coconut Cups from All Day I Dream About Food

Orange & Walnut Chocolate Candies from KetoDiet

Naturally Colored Dairy-Free Easter Fudge from the Whole New Mom

Fat Bomb from Keto Adapted

No-bake Mini Lemon Tarts from Carb Wars Blog

Cinnamon Bun Fat Bomb Bars from Ditch the Wheat

Fudgy Macadamia Chocolate Fat Bombs from The Nourished Caveman

“Almond Joy” Bars from the Whole New Mom

Chocolate Coconut Candies from KetoDiet

Coco-Cocoa-Walnut Bark from DJ Foodie

Sugar-Free Maple-Nut Fudge from Keto Adapted

Peanut Butter Fudge from from Kate's Healthy Cupboard

Keto Coconut Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge from Carb Wars Blog

Homemade Sugar-Free Mounds Bars from Low Carb, So Simple

Ginger Fat Bombs from Ditch The Carbs

Easy Lemon Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Low Carb Rolo from Keto Adapted

Brownie Fudge from Kate's Healthy Cupboard

Easy Vanilla Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Sugar-free Dark Chocolate Truffles from Low Carb Yum

Keto Fudge from Keto Adapted

Secret Ingredient Mint Fudge from the Whole New Mom

Keto Pecan Fat Bombs from The Primitive Palate

Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls from Cut The Wheat

Spiced Cocoa Coolers aka Frozen Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Dairy-free Coconut Chocolate Fudge from Low Carb Yum

Low Carb White Chocolate Coconut Fudge from Sugar-Free Mom

Paleo Peppermint Patties from Worth Every Chew

Coconut & Cinnamon Keto Fat Bombs from Grass-fed Girl

Paleo Valentine’s Day Candy from Worth Every Chew

Cookies and Cream Truffles from Worth Every Chew

Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs from Low Carb, So Simple

Candied Pecan and Bacon Bark from All Day I Dream About Food

Butter Pecan Fat Bombs from Fluffy Chix Cook

Paleo Macadamia Roca from A Girl Worth Saving

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

Vanilla Fat Bomb from DJ Foodie

Spiced Refrigerator Candy from DJ Foodie

Chocolate Almond Butter Cups from No Bun Please

Blueberry Fat Bombs from Butoni's Low Carb Recipes

Bulletproof Fat Bombs from KetoDiet

CocoKeeto Bars from The Ketogenic Woman

Almond & Pistachio Fat Bombs from The Healthy Foodie

Fat Bomb Pumpkin Pie Patties from Healthful Pursuit

Healthy Valentine Hearts from KetoDiet

Coconut Chocolate Fat Bombs from Keto Sisters

Buttermints from Empowered Sustenance

Lemon Cheesecake Fat Bombs from Wise And Feisty

Chocolate Fat Bombs from Ditch the Carbs

Valentine's Day Keto Fat Bombs from Caveman Keto

Ultimate Keto Ice-Cream aka Frozen Fat Bomb from KetoDiet

Chocolate Covered Ice-cream Bites from Low-carb High Fat Recipes

Ultimate Keto Coffee from KetoDiet

Delicious & Simple Chocolate Mousse (Dairy-free) from KetoDiet

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What is you web address ?

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Hi Terry, for emails/ our contact details: http://ketodietapp.com/Blog/contact

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These look perfect for me as I get pretty close to hitting my macronutrients (as laid out by KetoBuddy) but I'm usually over by 1-5 g of protein and under by about 10-25 g of fat. I really cannot add ANYMORE avocado, full fat salad dressing, or cheese to my diet and I'm craving something sweet (chocolate is my absolute fave). I think this will be perfect for helping to close the macronutrient gaps.
My question is, some of these bombs have fruit and many of them have chocolate. On your "What To Eat and What to Avoid" list, you have both fruits and chocolates as "eat occasionally". Would it be harmful to have say a chocolate fat bomb every day? Or even perhaps twice a day several times a week?

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Hi April, you don't need to hit your targets exactly! I personally have a 15 gram tolerance for my protein intake so instead of 70 g I eat anything between 55-85 grams (more protein usually on my "active" days). Fat is always the "filler" and you can eat less than suggested if you don't feel hungry. Although fruit and chocolate should be eaten occasionally, I don't think it will affect your progress provided you don't significantly go over your macros. Fat bombs are small and one-two pieces should be fine Smile

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I have a request.  This is an awesome page, can you provide the nutritional info (fat, protein, carbs, fiber is all i personally care about) for each recipe on this list page?  It helps me decide which ones to go with.

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Thank you Joe, I'll do my best but I'm currently busy working on a cookbook and the next update of my app so it may take some time Smile

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HELP!!!!!!!! I'm new to keto and using 100% cacao (Hershey's). I have not been able to sweeten it enough for it to be palatable; I end up with a bitter, alcohol-tasting mess! ( maybe too much vanilla/rum flavoring?) I've used liquid stevia, and crystal pyure(erithynol). Is there any hope 4 my fat bombs to be tasty bites of decadence?

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Hi Nia, yes, it looks like you used too much of vanilla flavouring. What if you try vanilla seed powder instead (use the seeds from vanilla beans)? Stevia may make them bitter - be very careful when using it - only use small amounts (a few drops). Erythritol or Swerve taste more like sugar so you may want to use more of these sweeteners.

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sorry, disregard by previous question re the savoury snacks - I have found them.  Thanks for them also, they look great.  Can't wait to try them

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No worries - thank you and hope you found your favourites! Smile

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If you still are trying to figure out a good way to sweeten.. I use sugar free mocha coffee syrup and a little goes a long way. Definitely gives chocolately sugary taste and yet 0g carbs and no sugar.

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Thank you for this wonderful collection of recipes that will make great lunchbox additions and anytime snacks.  Do you have a similar collection of savoury recipes - I really need 'fast' food I can eat between appointments.  Cheers  Tina

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These look great. Although some I found report 18g carbs per serving!!

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Thank you Jackson! Yes, I'm aware of that - see the note in the grey box above the recipes - tips for sweetener suggestions Smile

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I never heard of this before, but have been told I might be diabetic. That means watch the carbs!! I also have high cholesterol, controlled with meds.  Is it possible to try these with all the fat?

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Hi Joni, these snacks are meant to be used on a low-carb diet and with the right combination of foods, they can be beneficial. There is no universal advice for everyone regarding cholesterol but in general, saturated fat and cholesterol do not raise blood cholesterol in most people - a diet high in carbs does. Have a look at this post for more info: ketodietapp.com/.../The-Obesity-Epidemic-and-the-Truth-about-Cholesterol

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When eating these fat bombs, is 1 piece the equivalent to what you would use for one of your 4-5 meals?

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Hi Tara, I wouldn't use fat bombs as meal replacements - they are only meant to be used as snacks. They are high in fat but low in micronutrients.

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An egg fast has you eating 1 egg for every tablespoon of fat and optional 1oz of cheese. Not eating more than every 4 hours either.
It is different from a traditional fat fast.

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Thank you fro clarifying that Hélène. In that case, I'd use most of the fat bombs as the "fat element" in Egg Fast (apart from the Bacon & Egg FB which use eggs) - if other foods that eggs, cream cheese and pure fat are allowed.

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I was wondering if you could point out which of these are Egg Fast Friendly (or somewhat friendly?)  any?  Thank you very much!

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Hi Isabella, I think that Egg Fast should be almost the same as Fat Fast so all of these should be suitable for that. I'd say 1-2 pieces a day would be ideal in addition to other meals Smile

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Super list. So many choices. Where do I begin? Thanks for putting all these yummy recipesin one spot!

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I thinkI'll have to try your dark chocolate truffles soon! Smile

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Oh, oh, oh, these look so good, Martina! And so many to choose from! Thanks for including my No-bake Lemon Mini Tarts on the list.

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Thank you for creating delicious keto recipes, Judy! Smile

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