Satisfy hunger and a sweet tooth with these keto peanut butter chocolate fat bombs. They are an easy to make dairy-free low-carb snack with just 1g net carb each.
I've found myself getting busier and busier during the day. I rarely get time for breaks and I'm always looking for something quick to satisfy hunger.
Although I like to fill up with healthy dishes for lunch, I often get busy and need to grab a quick snack. I've found that eating foods high in fat keeps me going longer.
That's why I like to make a big batch of peanut butter chocolate keto fat bombs to keep in the refrigerator or freezer. Just one piece is enough to satisfy for hours.
It's really easy to make these treats. You just have to melt all the ingredients together, pour into molds, and chill to set. It couldn't be any easier!
Instructions for foolproof fat bombs
- Combine peanut butter, coconut oil, unsweetened chocolate, and cocoa powder. Put ingredients into a chocolate melter, glass bowl, or double boiler.
- Heat until everything is completed melted. If using a bowl, microwave on high power at 1 minute increments or place it over a pot of boiling water. You'll want to stir the mixture occasionally while heating to combine the ingredients together while melting.
- Pour mixture into 12 silicone molds. Cupcake liners were used but any chocolate candy molds will work.
- Freeze until set. It shouldn't take more than 30 minutes for the chocolate mixture to set.
- Remove from molds. Once hardened the fat bombs should pop right out of the molds.
Since the coconut oil melts easily in your hands, it's best to store them in an airtight container in the freezer. They will keep for at least three months.
You can also keep them in a covered container in the refrigerator. But they will need to be eaten quickly as they tend to melt a lot easier.
Carbs and calories
Each one of these keto peanut butter chocolate fat bombs has about 84 calories. Therefore, you can sneak in two of them and not overdo it!
Carbs are low too at just 2 grams total or 1 gram net. That makes these a perfect treat for any ketogenic eating plan.
Other recipes to try
Want a few more high fat sweet keto snacks? Below are a few of the popular recipes that others have been enjoying:
- Keto White Chocolate Fat Bombs are made with just 3 ingredients and have zero total carbs.
- Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs are bite sized treats to keep in the freezer for quick snack bites.
- Keto Fudge is a smooth and creamy low-carb confection that melts in your mouth.
- Coconut Oil Fat Bombs add in puréed blackberries for a fruity low carb flavor.
- Keto No Bake Cookies are so easy to make. Just mix all your ingredients together and freeze to set.
- Savory Fat Bombs combine cream cheese, jalapeño, and bacon into delicious bites.
You can find even more ideas in the low carb sweet snacks collection I put together.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Fat Bomb
- ¼ cup peanut butter no sugar added
- ¼ cup coconut oil
- 1 ounce unsweetened baking chocolate
- 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
- ½ teaspoon vanilla stevia drops
- Completely melt peanut butter, coconut oil, baking chocolate, and cocoa in chocolate melter or double boiler.
- Remove from heat and stir in stevia.
- Pour into silicone molds.
- Freeze until hardened.
- Remove from molds. Store in airtight container in the freezer.
Array ( [serving_size] => 1 [calories] => 84 [carbohydrates] => 2 [protein] => 2 [fat] => 9 [sodium] => 25 [fiber] => 1 [serving_unit] => cup [saturated_fat] => 5 [potassium] => 61 [sugar] => 1 [calcium] => 5 [iron] => 1 )
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First Published July 31, 2015... Last Updated: May 17, 2020