Pumpkin roll fat bombs make an excellent Fall treat!
Who doesn’t love a delicious pumpkin roll this time of year? Transform it into a fat bomb, and you have even more to be happy about! This is a delightful, no-fuss recipe that deserves its rightful spot on the dessert menu. Plus, everybody finds this treat absolutely irresistible.
One of the most attractive things about this low carb dessert is that it requires absolutely no cook time! If you are looking for a real time-saver in the kitchen, then look no further than this yummy little snack. All you have to do is whip up the ingredients and allow them to freeze in the perfect fat bomb portions. It really is that simple.
The fat bomb itself is absolutely delicious, but the drizzle on top takes it up a notch. The drizzle is made of cream cheese, heavy cream, monk fruit sweetener, and vanilla extract. It’s creamy, sweet, and absolutely keto-friendly! You can choose to eat the fat bomb itself or get a little more sweetness with the drizzle on top.
You may be asking yourself which occasion you should make these for. The short answer: All of them! This is a terrific dessert option for family gatherings but is simple enough to make for just around the house. You simply can’t go wrong when you serve this up.
Keep in mind, not only is this dessert low carb, but it’s also sugar-free. This is an excellent dessert to serve up to a mixed crowd. It’s sweet enough that nobody else will notice a difference, but people with dietary limitations will certainly appreciate it.
Make something different this year that has all the flavors we love, but with a unique spin. While everybody else is serving up typical pumpkin desserts, you can WOW the crowd with this pumpkin roll fat bombs recipe.
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