This post may contain affiliate links. See affiliate disclaimer here.Keto fat bombs are small treats that are high in fat and low in carbs (so, literally a fat bomb). These little bombs are awesome when you need something sweet, but also work as a quick breakfast, as a yummy snack, a pre or post workout snack, or really whenever you need something quick & keto throughout the day. PIN NOW // READ LATER This is a riff off my popular (toot, toot) chocolate chip cookie dough fat bomb recipe you can get here. With this new recipe, you get delicious dough, creamy chocolate chips and crunchy nuts.
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35 thoughts on “Rocky Road Keto Fat Bombs”
These are so good! I love the combo of chocolate and nuts. I do wish there was a marshmallow component but I’ll def be adding these to my weekly snack prep!
Hi Faye, so glad you like the recipe! I’m still on the lookout for a marshmallow substitute!
I wonder if that liquid stevia drops marshmallow flavor would work?
That would definitely give it a nice marshmallow flavor throughout!
Lily’s chocolate chips are kind of pricey for me but I love unsweetened baking chocolate. How do you think these would do if I left out the choc. chips, rolled them into balls after chilling, and then dipped them in melted unsweetened baking chocolate?
Hi Jillian, that would absolutely work! Just make sure the net carbs per serving are around 1-3 and you should be good!
I’ve also updated the recipe to reflect your suggestion, thank you!
I’ve made these marshmallows and they were super easy!! Just put the marshmallow cream into a piping bag instead of the 8×8 pan. Pipe desired shape/size marshmallows onto a parchment lined baking sheet and refrigerate until set. Add them in when adding the chocolate chips and nuts. The marshmalliws arr also vreat for snacking, hot cocoa, etc…https://www.wholesomeyum.com/recipes/sugar-free-marshmallows-recipe/
AMAZING! Thank you Christie! I’ll update the recipe to reflect your suggestion!
Is the nutritional value you have listed per fat bomb?
Hi Lauren, do you think we can make these using peanut butter instead of almond butter??
Absolutely you can!
Lauren this sounds delicious! Do you think I can add something else to this for more fat?
Hi Kenya, you could add some seeds like chia, hemp or pumpkin which won’t affect the net carb count but will add fat!
You don’t bake them???
Hi Kate, nope! Just a treat kind of like munching on cookie dough!
These are so delicious! Thanks for the recipe. I added Walden Farms Marshmallow Dip to the recipe. If you’re able to find Walden Farms products at your store, all of them are no carb, no calorie.
Thanks for the tip Jessica!
Can you bake this recipe?
Hi Becky, I’ve never tried to bake them so not sure how they would turn out since there is no baking soda in the recipe. Let me know if you try though!
Know foods has vanilla marshmallows sweetened with allulose that is keto friendly. They are regular size, but you could cut them into small pieces.
Soo delicious ! The Keri Gold butter makes them amazing !
Granulated or powdered swerve?
Love these frozen as a snack! I also added 2 eggs then placed in muffin tins lined with cupcake papers. Baked for 20-25 min on 350. They make a great muffin for breakfast or a snack.I like mine best warm
Yum, that sounds amazing! Such a good idea!
Thanks Lauren – These are AMAZING! Going to the top of my favorites list 😉
Yay so glad you like them!
I added 3 tbsp cocoa powder, increased swerve to 1/2, added a bit more salt and omitted marshmallows just because I don’t have them on hand. Yum!
Sounds like great additions!