The Best Peanut Butter Fat Bombs; Cold, Creamy, Peanut Buttery Goodness! 6 ingredients and less than 1 net carb each! Or use almond butter! !
These are The Best Peanut Butter Fat Bombs ever!
And these are the best Peanut Butter and Jelly Fat Bombs!
I am not a big fat bomb eater but sometimes they are just the ticket.
I usually cook for the whole family and they are not all Keto. Most of the time it works fine to make a meat and vegetable we can all eat and I just add a side of carbs for them.
Sometimes I do need a bit more fat or something sweet sounds so good. These are the perfect thing to reach for at those times.
They are so creamy, cold and peanut buttery. Mmmm!
My favorite way to eat them it to just pop the whole thing in my mouth and let it dissolve slowly.
So many fat bombs are coconut oil based and so, well coco-nutty. Even though I do like coconut, I just don’t like so much.
I wondered if I could replace half of the coconut with butter and wow, yes, I can! It could really all be replaced but I like the half and half.
The Peanut Butter:
I did not label these as “Keto” fat bombs because, technically, peanuts are legumes and therefore not strict Keto. SO! If you are strict Keto, you will want to replace the peanut butter with almond butter or even sunflower butter.
If you are dirty Keto, low carb or know that peanuts do not bother you (sometimes legumes are inflammatory), then by all means, use the peanut butter.
This is the lowest carb brand I have found and it is very good too. It is $3 a jar at my Walmart and a 16 oz jar will make 1 1/2 batches of this recipe.
**Please note that on 9/19/20 I changed the post to Crazy Richards brand from Walmart brand because it was brought to my attention that Walmart change their label. It had said it was 4 carbs and 3 fiber so 1 net carb per serving and therefore the lowest peanut butter out there but when the label changed it now says it is 7 carbs and 3 fiber so 4 net carbs per serving! OH, that is not nice! I had to redo the macros based on the new best peanut butter.
I found Crazy Richards and also one called Santa Cruz at Walmart; both have 5 carbs, 3 fiber and 2 net carbs per serving so using that, it isn’t TOO bad spread over 24 fat bombs. It sure isn’t nice when a company does that though! You may see a Pinterest pin running around out there that says this recipe is 1/3 net carb per fat bomb at that is based on that peanut butter label. I am very sorry but I can’t pull those back. I have changed it all at this point forward.
Even with all of that, the fat bombs we thought were .33 carb are now .83 carb–not TOO bad of an increase but one we need to be aware of.
Thank you to reader Lia for her sharp eyes and for pointing that out!
A few notes:
I like Erythritol. It does not have the cooling effect (to me, anyway) and I think it tastes good.
Use whatever sweetener you like but any changes made will change the total carb, fat, etc count.
You could use salted butter if that is what you have. Reduce or omit the sea salt in the recipe.
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Crazy Richards peanut butter
Erythritol or your choice of sweetener
Melt peanut butter, coconut oil and butter in microwave 30 seconds at a time, stirring after each until smooth and blended.
You could also melt in a double broiler on the stove.
Add sweetener, vanilla and salt and blend well again.
Pour into mini muffin tin or molds of your choice.
Freeze for 30 minutes or completely hardened.
They easily pop out with a sharp knife gently pressed between the bomb and the edge.
They need to be kept cold so keep in refrigerator or freezer.
Makes 24 fat bombs
Note; Nutritionix doesn’t deduct the Erythritol from the carbs so net carbs would be .83 gram for each fat bomb.
Based on a yield of 2 cups divided equally among 24 fat bombs, and using the exact ingredients I used, each contains 135 calories, 14g fat, 2.6g protein, 5.83g carbs, 4g carbs from Erythritol, 1g fiber, = .83 g NET CARBS each bomb
Try also these awesome Peanut Butter Protein Balls from Diabetes Strong!
And for a delicious savory fat bomb, try these Keto Jalapeno Popper Fat Bombs from Stylish Cravings!
If you make these Peanut Butter Fat Bombs, let me know! Rate it and leave a comment below. I love hearing from you!
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- 1 cup Crazy Richards peanut butter
- ½ cup coconut oil
- ½ cup unsalted butter
- 5 Tbsp Erythritol or your choice of sweetener
- 4 tsp vanilla extract
- ½ tsp sea salt
- Melt peanut butter, coconut oil and butter in microwave 30 seconds at a time, stirring after each until smooth and blended. You could also melt in a double broiler on the stove.
- Add sweetener, vanilla and salt and blend well again.
- Pour into mini muffin tin or molds of your choice.
- Freeze for 30 minutes or completely hardened.
- They need to be kept cold so keep in refrigerator or freezer.
- Makes 24 fat bombs
Nutritionix doesn’t deduct the Erythritol from the carbs so net carbs would be .83 grams.
Based on a yield of 2 cups divided equally among 24 fat bombs, and using the exact ingredients I used, each contains 135 calories, 14g fat, 2.6g protein, 5.83g carbs, 4g carbs from Erythritol, 1g fiber, = .83 g NET CARBS each bomb. These numbers were calculated by hand adding up each item individually exactly what I used. If exact nutrition information is important to you, please verify using your own counter.
Amount Per Serving Calories 135Total Fat 14gSaturated Fat 7gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 5gCholesterol 10mgSodium 153mgCarbohydrates 5.8gNet Carbohydrates .83gFiber 1gSugar 1gProtein 2.6g
This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix using unknown brands unless named in the recipe. If nutrition is important to you, I highly encourage you to verify any data you see here with your favorite nutrition calculator. Also, you can put in exactly what you used so it is the most accurate. This is just to give you an idea, as any nutrition calculation is not exactly accurate unless every single product brand used is entered. Please note also that I am not a certified nutritionist or health professional of any kind. Please consult a doctor or trained professional for medical advice.
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