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It’s easy to see how fat bombs have become such a favorite in the low carb community. They range from sweet to savory and can be made in huge batches to be used whenever needed. From sweet coconut cream cups to savory cheese & chive bites, there’s a fat bomb for any taste.
Recently, a fellow blogger, Martina of KetoDietApp.com reached out to us to say she’s released another book. The last time we reviewed one of her books we were totally blown away. The amount of detail, information and beauty in each recipe was enough to get us recommending it to everyone! This time around is no different. Martina’s new book, Sweet & Savory Fat Bombs, is full of delicious and creative recipes for fat bombs! Each one looks more delicious than the last and comes in many different shapes, sizes and flavors.
Fat Burning Vanilla Smoothie
The one that really caught our attention was this Fat Burning Vanilla Smoothie. We are totally addicted to our Nutribullet. It’s one of the few contraptions we actually keep on our counter for daily use. We also love the ease of making smoothies and shakes throughout the day. It’s a bit like having a dessert without the guilt!
We decided to test out Martina’s recipe to get a huge boost of fat right at the beginning of our day. Most days we either have a large breakfast or a Butter Coffee but we thought publishing this recipe would be a great help to those starting keto and/or have hectic schedules. This Fat Burning Vanilla Smoothie is an amazing busy morning solution. Just plop everything in the blender and go!
Here’s how to make it!
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