Keto Fat Bombs Recipe


Do you need some easy extra calories and healthy fats while on the go to help fuel and energize you? Maybe you’re into fitness and exercising hard, a new momma who’s nursing or chasing after some little ones, or maybe you’re just crushing it during the day and focusing on reaching some goals - whatever the reason may be, you’re finding yourself extra hungry all of a sudden and in need of a handy snack that’s available asap! I have been on the receiving end of many a crazy hunger pang before, and to help prevent myself from eating all the carbs in my near vicinity (plantain chips, I’m looking at you…), I like to have some healthy snacks on hand that I’ve prepped in advance.

In an effort to help rescue all of us from the ravenous demands of our bellies, I’ve created this Keto Carrot Cake Fat Bombs recipe that makes some delicious bites you can reach for whenever you find yourself needing an energizing snack. These are handy for making in advance in a big batch and then storing in the fridge for grabbing whenever.

These bites are:

  • Paleo

  • Vegan

  • Low-carb

  • Keto-friendly

Although they are sweetened with a few dates, the net carbs on each is only about 3.1g per serving. If you’re aiming to keep your carbs under 30g per day, snacking on one of these won’t eat up too many of your daily carbs.


Makes about 15 bites

1 cup packed, finely grated carrots (about 2 carrots)

½ cup coconut butter

½ cup solid coconut oil (if it’s too soft just place in the fridge for a bit until hardened)

¾ cup chopped walnuts

6 dates, pitted

2 scoops collagen peptides

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp ground ginger

¼  tsp allspice

¼ tsp nutmeg

1 tsp vanilla extract

Pinch of salt

½ cup unsweetened shredded coconut flakes

In a food processor, blend walnuts and dates together until pasty. Add in all other ingredients and blend until smooth. Place mix in fridge for at least 30 minutes to harden. To make each ball, scoop about 1 ½ - 2 tbsp each of the mix and roll into balls, then roll on plate with shredded unsweetened coconut if desired. Place back in the fridge to harden again as they probably became quite soft during handling, then enjoy! Keep them stored in fridge for about a week.


Calories: 173, Fat: 15.8g, Saturated fat: 10.8g, Cholesterol: 0mg, Sodium: 56mg, Carbohydrates: 5.8g, Fiber: 2.1g, Sugar: 3.1g, Protein: 2.8g, Calcium: 10mg, Potassium: 82mg
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