Low Carb High Fat (Keto)
These Chocolate Coconut Almond Fat Bombs are about the fourth fat bomb recipe that I have made. Fat bombs have become a staple in my house.
When you are eating a low carb high fat diet, or keto diet, fat bombs are a great way to get healthy fats into your diet, like avocado and coconut oil. They also satisfy your hunger.
Even if you aren’t on a keto diet, fat bombs make a great sugar free snack. I am actually taking a break from eating a vegan keto diet, but I will still be posting low carb recipes.
I have always liked to make swaps in recipes, like using cauliflower rice instead of white rice, or using zucchini noodles in place of pasta.
You will find many of those recipes here, next to more indulgent comforting recipes. It’s all about balance.
These Chocolate Coconut Almond Fat Bombs came about because I was out of my Raspberry Chocolate Fat Bombs, and I needed some more fat bombs ASAP.
So these were another one of those look-into-my-pantry-to-see-what-I-can-find recipes. I have many of those!
The recipes that I have created using pantry staples have become some of my favorites. I love to make them because I have to work within a set of rules.
They are some of the simplest recipes on the blog, sometimes using as little as three ingredients.
I had a professor in college tell us that when we make rules for ourselves, we come up with more ideas.
She was talking about creating rules for art, but I have found it applies to creating recipes as well. Smart woman Maria was.
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Crunchy and Chocolaty
These sweet chocolaty treats are crunchy with cacao nibs, coconut flakes, and sliced almonds. Sometimes I like to eat them with a dab of peanut or almond butter on top to add a savory touch.
These are not too sweet, but more like a dark chocolate. I used stevia to sweeten them, which has become a staple in my house.
If you have not used stevia before, I highly recommend giving it a try. I didn’t like it at first, but it has grown on me.
There’s a fine line of having just enough stevia vs. having too much. Once you have too much, it gets bitter, and there’s no going back.
Of course, that’s not totally true because you can always add more of the other ingredients, but if you are putting it in something like coffee, then you have to be careful.
I am talking about like the LAST cup in the pot and not enough almond milk to make your Cup A Joe recover from the I crossed the stevia line.
Once you have used stevia for awhile, you will not only understand where I am coming from, but you will know where your own stevia line is.
For example, for my morning cup of coffee I only add about five drops of stevia to eight ounces of coffee mixed with about two ounces of unsweetened almond milk. That’s the perfect amount of sweetness for me.
Other Low Carb Recipes That You Might Like:
- Cauliflower Pizza Crust
- Tamari Seaweed Flax Crackers
- Neapolitan Chia Pudding
- Low Carb Vegan Almond Cookies
Chocolate Coconut Almond Fat Bombs
These keto fat bombs are the perfect treat! Chocolate fat bombs with coconut and almond, what’s not to love!
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Chocolate Coconut Almond Fat Bombs
These healthy sweet Chocolate Coconut Almond Fat Bombs are a great way to add coconut oil into your diet!
Mix coconut oil, coconut butter, cacao powder, almond extract, vanilla extract, and stevia or erythritol together. If using erythritol: heat in microwave or on stove for 1-2 minutes until erythritol is dissolved. You may want to taste to check that there are no crunchy erythritol crystals.
Add in crushed slivered almonds, coconut flakes, and cacao nibs. With a tablespoon, fill mini cupcake liners or an ice cube tray, putting 1 tablespoonful in each. Store in fridge.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.