The tastiest way to eat your fat!

Fat bombs are extremely popular in the keto community and range from sweet and light lemon clouds to hearty bacon bombs! They provide a large dose of fat and are very low in carbs. They’re very important and handy to keep around in case you’re falling short on fat during the day. This is especially easy to do when you’re just starting out on a keto diet. You’ll see just how hard it is, in the beginning, to remember to eat your fat! Lifelong conditioning to fearing fat will do that to you. Enjoying a fat bomb will take care of that for you. They will also give you that boost of energy that you may need.

Fat bombs are delicious and incredibly versatile. Many of them are coconut oil based, which is a convenient ingredient since it’s a liquid above 74°F and a solid below. You can easily stir it into your mixture and just 5 minutes in the freezer, your fat bombs are set and ready to eat!

Coocnut oil is also considered to be healthy on many other levels, not just a great source of keto fat. It has been shown to help improve bone health, is beneficial in aiding digestion, has been shown to help with Alzheimer’s disease and also strengthens the immune system. Coconut oil is also good to have on hand to use as a lotion or incorporate into your skincare routine. A little coconut oil on your skin has been shown to help prevent wrinkles, sagging skin and also heal dry skin. Not only does it taste great but it is beneficial on so many other levels too!

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Taking inspiration from one of our favorite snacks in our pre-keto days, we put a spin on the regular peanut butter cup and added nutrient-packed (and lower carb) coconut butter. This is a perfect recipe for someone on a paleo diet avoiding legumes or someone with a peanut allergy. Another option is to use almond or seed butter! The possibilities are endless with fat bombs. However, this low carb coconut butter cup recipe is perfect as is!


A useful tool to have are silicone baking cups. They make removal so easy! You simply pull the molds off the fat bombs and they stay totally intact. We highly suggest using them. If you don’t have them, you can use paper liners, or better yet, pour your “batter” into ice cubes molds! then pop them out as you would any ice cube.

Each of our coconut butter cup fat bombs will give you 26g of fat and merely half a gram of carbs. We suggest enjoying one with a hot cup of green tea!

If you’re looking for more fat bomb recipes, try these chocolate truffle fat bombs from Real Balanced. Just like our coconut butter cups, they make for a perfect bite-sized, keto treat that will satisfy your sweet tooth!

Keto Coconut Butter Cup Fat Bombs
Coconut Butter Cups
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Macros per cup:
• 260 Calories
• 26g of Fat
• 3g of Protein
• 0.5g of Carbs
Serves
4 servings
Prep Time
2 minutes
Serves
4 servings
Prep Time
2 minutes
Keto Coconut Butter Cup Fat Bombs
Coconut Butter Cups
Votes: 123
Rating: 4.55
You:
Rate this recipe!
Print Recipe
Macros per cup:
• 260 Calories
• 26g of Fat
• 3g of Protein
• 0.5g of Carbs
Serves
4 servings
Prep Time
2 minutes
Serves
4 servings
Prep Time
2 minutes
Servings: servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine coconut oil, cocoa powder and erythritol and stir until there are no clumps. Add a pinch of salt to help bring out sweetness.
  2. If your coconut butter is not soft enough to spoon and pour, place the jar in a hot water bath. Fill up a bowl with hot water and let the coconut butter jar sit in it for a few minutes. You'll see the butter starting to become very soft along the edges of the jar.
  3. Pour roughly half your chocolate mixture evenly into 4 silicone cupcake molds sitting on a plate. Tilt each cupcake mold around so that the chocolate mixture coats the edges a little. This will help hide the white layer of coconut butter. (This method works very well with paper liners, but as silicone ones are very nonstick, you'll still see some coconut butter peeking out from the sides.) Place in freezer for about 5 minutes.
  4. When the bottom layer has hardened, spoon a teaspoon of coconut butter onto each mold. Tap the plate of cupcake molds on your counter a few times so the coconut butter spreads out evenly and covered the whole chocolate layer. Place again in the freezer for a few minutes.
  5. Lastly, take the remaining chocolate mixture and cover the hardened coconut butter. Freeze one last time for about 5 more minutes. Enjoy!
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