Rocky Road Keto Fat Bombs

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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.
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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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Rocky Road Keto Fat Bombs

  • Servings: 20
  • Difficulty: easy
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8 oz softened cream cheese, I used Philadelphia Cream Cheese
1/2 cup softened unsalted butter, I used Kerrygold
1/2 cup almond butter, I used Zinke Orchards (nothing but almonds in it!)
1/3 cup low carb sweetener, I used Swerve sweetener
1 tsp vanilla, I used Madagascar Bourbon
1 pinch Pink Sea Salt, I used Sherpa Extra Fine
4 oz low carb chocolate chips, I used Lilly’s Dark Chocolate baking chips (unsweetened baker’s chocolate like this one here is another, less expensive alternative!)
2 oz pecans, chopped into small chunks (or your favorite keto friendly nuts or seeds), I love these

With a hand mixer, cream together the first six ingredients until everything is incorporated well and a little fluffy. Then with a silicon spatula (or the hand mixer on low) fold in the chocolate chips and nuts.

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Refrigerate for about 20 minutes or until the mixture firms up a bit. At this point, you can scoop the dough out into 20 servings & keep refrigerated or scoop them onto parchment paper, freeze for an hour then store them individually in the freezer for easy, on the go snacks!

Note: I cannot find a good keto marshmallow substitutue. If you have a favorite, let me know in the comments below!

Update! In the comments below, I got a suggestion for these amazing marshmallows that are only .1 net carbs! If you want to add, fold in at the same time as the chocolate and nuts.

Also, you can check out Walden Farms Zero Calorie Marshmallow Dip here as well!

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You have a snack, now get the meals!

If you are interested in starting a low carb or Keto diet take a look at my Keto 101 post here, check out my 7 Day Low Carb Meal Plan here, take a spin through my Pinterest page or click on an e-book below! Each ebook has 30 recipes with 5 ingredients & are 5 grams of net carbs or fewer! Talk about a no-brainer.

So you can choose 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner & 1 dessert from their Keto in Five cookbooks and know you’re under your daily carb limit for the day!

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22 thoughts on “Rocky Road Keto Fat Bombs

  1. 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!

  2. 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?

    1. Hi Jillian, that would absolutely work! Just make sure the net carbs per serving are around 1-3 and you should be good!

    1. Hi Kenya, you could add some seeds like chia, hemp or pumpkin which won’t affect the net carb count but will add fat!

  3. 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.

    1. 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!

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