7 Keto Fat Bombs for a Satisfying Low-Carb Snack

7 Keto Fat Bombs for a Satisfying Low-Carb Snack

Just a few years ago “keto fat bombs” may not have sounded like the most appetizing or healthiest snack, but thanks to the ketogenic diet, this sweet confection is having a major moment. The ketogenic diet induces ketosis, a state in which your body burns fat for fuel instead of carbs. Fat bombs help dieters reach and maintain ketosis by providing a fuel-rich and satisfying dose of calories with very few carbs. Fat bombs usually have large amounts of fat of course, in the form of avocado or coconut oil and grass-fed butter. The idea with these high-calorie nibbles is to keep you fuller longer. Just remember to stick to one serving!

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7 Keto Fat Bomb Recipes for Low-Carb Snacks

Keto Fat Bombs: Fat Bombs Pumpkin Pie Patties Recipe

1. Fat Bomb Pumpkin Pie Patties

These fat bombs include real pumpkin puree and shredded coconut — no fake flavorings here. They also include collagen, which helps maintain healthy bones, joints and nails. Don’t skimp on the spices! Ginger, cinnamon and cloves make this snack the perfect afternoon pick me up (like a PSL in food form!). A little Himalayan salt evens out the flavors. Photo and recipe: Leanne Vogel / Healthful Pursuit

Keto Fat Bombs Recipes: Lemon Macadamia Nut Fat Bombs Recipe

2. Lemon Macadamia Fat Bombs

Move over, lemon bars and lemon cream pies! These lemon macadamia fat bombs include cacao butter and vanilla, making them taste like a far more indulgent dessert than they really are. Macadamia nuts and shredded unsweetened coconut add even more healthy fats and some fiber, too. Photo and recipe: Hayley Ryczek / Health Starts in the Kitchen

Keto Fat Bombs Recipe: Chocolate Collagen Keto Fat Bombs Recipe

3. Chocolate Collagen Keto Fat Bombs

Sometimes you just have a chocolate craving and nothing else will do. This recipe from Mark Sisson, famed Paleo proponent and founder of Mark’s Daily Apple and Primal Kitchen, is the perfect introduction to fat bombs. It’s a simple, sweetener-optional chocolate bar with benefits, thanks to the collagen protein and avocado oil. Photo: Primal Kitchen / Recipe: Mark Sisson

Keto Fat Bombs Recipes: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs Recipe

4. Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

Put down the Reese’s peanut butter cup and pick up this delicious and healthier alternative. Instead of coconut oil, this recipe relies on grass-fed, omega-3-rich butter, giving it the creamy texture of fudge. The filling can be made with peanut butter or any nut butter you prefer. Note: You will need to pick up a specialty sugar-free confectioners sugar alternative for this recipe. Photo and recipe: Kim / Low Carb Maven

Keto Fat Bombs Recipes: Peanut Butter Fat Bombs Recipe

5. Peanut Butter Fat Bombs Recipe

Peanut butter lovers will drool over this simpe, five-ingredient fat bomb. A touch of vanilla and cinnamon enhance the flavor of all-natural peanut butter without having to add any sugar. Use a mini cupcake mold or cups to prep these delectable treats. Photo and recipe: Tiffany McCauley / The Gracious Pantry

Keto Fat Bombs Recipes: Carob Coconut Collagen Cups Recipe

6. Carob-Coconut-Collagen Cups

These quick and easy snacks are just 37 calories with zero grams of sugar and only one gram of carbs total. It’s also packed with good-for-you foods, including collagen protein, carob powder and MCT oil. Photo and recipe: Further Food

Keto Fat Bombs Recipes: Maple Pecan Fudge Recipe

7. Maple and Pecan Fudge Fat Bombs

Yes, you can eat fudge as a regular, everyday snack. This pecan maple fudge has just a little more than four grams of carbs (mostly fiber) and 26 grams of fat. It’s rich flavor comes from maple extract, vanilla and cinnamon — not to mention a whole lot of pecans. Photo and recipe: Martina Slajerova / Keto Diet App

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