Easy Low Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs (Keto)

low carb chocolate peanut butter fat bombs
 

It’s an easy and delicious recipe for low carb chocolate peanut butter fat bombs. Fat bombs keep sweet cravings under control and appetite in check.

I have always loved  the combination of chocolate and peanut butter together.  Which is why I felt a recipe for keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs would be a perfect addition to my growing collection of healthy treats.

When I first made these I was surprised by how much they reminded me of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. Imagine my delight in finding a way to include the flavors of chocolate and peanut for a healthy appetite restraining fat bomb.

I knew I had a real winner the first time I popped one these low carb peanut butter and chocolate fat bombs into my mouth. They quickly became an easy way to keep my sweet tooth from taking over

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Before I share my keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs with you, are you wondering what on earth is a fat bomb anyway? The name sounds kind of strange and not exactly appetizing.

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But trust me, one you understand the benefits of adding fat bombs to your diet you will see the value.

Keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs
Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat bombs

Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

Until I understood what a fat bomb actually was the whole concept sounding really strange to me. If was trying to lose weight why would I add more fat to my diet? For a girl who grew up hearing that all fats should be shunned it didn’t make real sense to me.

Basically, it’s just a sweet or savory little snack made from healthy fats. It’s a popular treat among people do  low carb, keto, paleo diets. But it’s also a great hack for losing weight.

In the low carb keto community fat bombs are used to naturally raise ketone levels with the goal to control their appetites and cravings. A recipe like my keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs can not only give you a dose of health fats, because of coconut oil but quench a sugar craving.

Pretty neat to think that a tasty treat like my low carb chocolate peanut butter fat bombs could provide you with some many benefits but it does.

You see by combining the right amount of healthy fats with peanut butter and chocolate you can have a  delicious way of adding good fats to your diet.

That my friends is a major win in my book! If adding healthy fats in the form of a recipe like these keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs can make the keto lifestyle more effective, then why shouldn’t I have them?

As far as I am concerned you really can’t have too many low carb keto fat bomb recipes. Why? Well, because they work, that’s why!

Fat bombs can make eating a low carb keto plan sustainable. AND…In my world that’s a good excuse to come up with another fat bomb recipe for you to enjoy.

How Fat Bombs Raise Ketones

Why should you even consider adding fat bombs to your diet? Here’s the thing, in a low carb keto plan you use fat as fuel instead of glucose, sugar.

By adding more healthy fats into your diet and reducing your carbs you naturally raise your ketone levels. A treat like this fat bombs can assist you on your keto diet.

Making sure your healthy fat ratio is higher, helps you be satiated longer. Fat bombs can give you a boost of energy and give your brain the healthy fats it craves.

Your Brain Needs Fat

Most people don’t realize that a ketogenic diet can offer more than just weight management benefits. In fact, being in ketosis has neuroprotective properties too.
Which is why you shouldn’t ignore essential fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6, both of which are crucial for brain health and function.
Do you know that most of our brain tissue is made up of fatty acids? Which is why it only makes sense to include more recipes like my keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs.
Simply put fat bombs can help increase the overall health of our brains by giving it the fats it craves.

How To Add Fat Bombs To Your Diet

Now a bit of a caution is in order here. You see adding fat bombs only makes sense if you have reduced your carbs and are doing the low carb keto lifestyle.

If you decide to make fat bombs part of your regular diet without making adjustments, you may just end up gaining weight. This is because you can’t load up on carbs and expect the extra fat from fat bombs to not to be stored.

In order to gain the benefits of fat bombs you should include them as past of well-balanced low carb keto diet. What’s more you should try to limit them to only once a day as a snack or light meal.

Chocolate and Peanut Butter A Perfect Match

I have always loved  the combination of chocolate and peanut butter together.  Which is why I felt a recipe for keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs would be a perfect addition to my growing collection of healthy treats.

When I first made these I was surprised by how much they reminded me of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. Imagine my delight in finding a way to include the flavors of chocolate and peanut for a healthy appetite restraining fat bomb.

I knew I had a real winner the first time I popped one these low carb peanut butter and chocolate fat bombs into my mouth. They quickly became an easy way to keep my sweet tooth from taking over.

Keep in mind that the quality of your ingredients really matter when it comes to creating a chocolate and peanut butter fat bomb recipe. You want to choose a peanut butter that does not include any added sugar or oil.

More Fat Bomb Recipes

I am such a fan of fat bombs that I have dedicated an entire category to them on the blog. Here are a few other  recipes that the keto community are loving my Low Carb LCHF Cheese Cake Fat Bombs  and my Super Charged Chocolate Raspberry Fat Bombs

AND…If you are a lover of chocolate and peanut butter together, then don’t miss out on checking out my recipe for Keto Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies.

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Low Carb Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

Yield: 24
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
A recipe for low carb, keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Completely melt peanut butter, coconut oil, and cocoa powder in a double broiler or in a microwave in 30 second intervals, mixing well to combine.
  2. Stir in the sugar substitute and sea salt.
  3. Pour into silicone molds
  4. Freeze until it firms up completely about ½ hour.
  5. Remove from silicone mold and transfer the fat bombs to an airtight container and store in the freezer.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 24 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 73 Total Fat: 7.4g Saturated Fat: 4.6g Cholesterol: 35mg Sodium: 25mg Carbohydrates: 1.6g Fiber: 0.6g Sugar: 0.5g Protein: 1.5g
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  1. It looks like your instructions forgot to add the sugar substitute and salt --- probably after melting the other ingredients?

     
  2. How much cocoa powder -- perhaps it is 1/4 cup - instructions just state "1/4 of"

     
  3. Yvette Gallinar
    I not only 'like' this post and recipe, I simply LOVE it! Don't you wish there was a "LOVE" button option?? Best peanut butter fat bombs EVER!

     
  4. Nice. Now I need to find a sugar substitue in China. I could use a peanut butter chocolate fat bomb to get through the smoggy days.

     
  5. Delicious! Thank you!

     
  6. What sugar free peanut butter do you like best?

     
  7. These were so easy to make and are really good. Great satisfying snack.

     
  8. I will be trying these today!! So excited!

     
  9. Omgness, these were so so so good! If you had a rating system up, I'd be the first to give these an 11 out of 10!!!!! Thanks for the recipe!!

     
  10. The fat bombs are in the freezer as I type this! Just made them for the first time! YEA! Just loaded all the ingredients into the glass measuring cup, heated 30 seconds in the microwave, stirred, another 30 secs, and poured it into the molds! YEA! Used Himalayan salt in the liquid mix and a dash of vanilla. Both help balance out the intensity of the other ingredients. On a different note, thanks for making the video. I grew up in south Florida and am now living in Virginia. Of all the things I miss the most, I miss the Latin influence on the culture here. Listening to the syntax of your speech was soooo good to hear! There are many wonderful people here, and Virginia is beautiful. But there's no place like home...o mis pueblos.

     
  11. My recipe made 35 fat bombs. How do I calculate the nutritional info. For 30? So delicious!!!!! Thx so much for recipe!

     
    • Hilda Solares
      Hi Annette, the difference will be negligible darling. I assure you that you will be safely within your macros.

       
  12. Krystal Young
    Have this sitting in the freezer now. My stevia didnt fully dissolve so its a little gritty. Any suggestions for next time?

     
    • Hilda Solares
      Hi Krystal, you could using liquid stevia next time or confectioners Swerve. Perhaps this will give you a smoother texture. ?

       
  13. Can you use butter in place of coconut oil ?

     
  14. Has anyone tried substituting with powdered peanut butter? I'm wondering if it would work well.

     
    • Hilda Solares
      Hi Katherine, I don’t know of anyone that has used powered peanut butter. I have substituted almond butter and it works well. I would say that if you opt to try you would need to double the coconut oil. If you decide to try do let us know. ?

       
  15. OK - I don’t often comment on recipes, but I have to on this one. I have tried many fat bombs, but these are absolutely my forever go-to recipe - they are the best! I literally eat them every day, while the others still sit in my freezer. And I love that all the ingredients aren’t just adding fat, but are super healthy (not like butter or cream cheese, which are neutral at best). I live in Ecuador and use my own local appropriate Stevia sugar substitute and can easily get fresh ground peanut butter with absolutely nothing added in the market (yes, many of those “natural” ones bought in the states still add vegetable oil - it should NOT be oily). Anyway, I have bumped these up a notch on the healthy scale by adding 30 g each of pumpkin, sunflower and chia seeds, to sneak those healthy things into my diet. Then I just freeze the mixture on a small cookie sheet and break it up into “bark” chunks. I’ve converted a lot of friends here to Keto and when I let them try one they say, “Are you sure this is not cheating?” I assure them it is one of the healthiest things they can put in their bodies. Thank you so much for this recipe!

     
    • fittoservegroup
      Well Mary all I can say is thank you for that lovely comment darling. It truly means so much to hear that you are not only enjoying it but sharing it with others. I think the addition of seeds is simply brilliant and must add a nice crunch to the fat bombs. I have a chocolate bark recipe you might also enjoy;) https://www.fittoservegroup.com/2014/08/22/low-carb-lchf-chocolate-coconut-oil-bark/

       

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