Fat Bombs Recipe Choc Peanut

Fat Bomb Choc Peanut Recipe

Fat bombs recipes are a favorite keto food among ketogenic and LCHF dieters.

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They’re perfect to cook in advance to have on hand for a LCHF (Low-carb, high-fat) hunger buster.

What Are Fat Bombs?

They are small keto snacks made almost entirely of fat. With other low carb ingredients added for flavor and sometimes protein.

Most of these LCHF keto recipes are very easy to make with few ingredients.

The best fat bomb contains healthy fats, natural sweeteners and only a touch of protein. They will easily fall into your calculated ketogenic macronutrients.

Most fat bombs require no baking and usually set in the refrigerator.

The Benefits Of Fat Bombs

  • Eating one before exercise gives you a longer lasting energy
  • Great for beating carb cravings while starting keto
  • They can help initiate ketosis
  • Precise ingredients give greater control over macronutrient partitioning
  • They’re an excellent accompaniment to your morning tea or coffee
  • They keep well in the fridge so you can make them in bulk
  • Are easy to make
  • Variety of fat bombs is only limited by your imagination
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Fat Bombs Recipe - Choc Peanut Butter

A very easy fat bomb recipe. Chocolate and filling with peanut butter and coconut oil for ample fat.

Course Snacks
Cuisine American, Australian, British, Chinese, European, French, Indian, Middle Eastern
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
refridgerate 2 hours
Total Time 16 minutes
Servings 16 fat bombs
Calories 64 kcal
Author Matt



  1. Melt Coconut Oil

  2. Put all ingredients "except melted coconut oil and shredded coconut" into a bowl and mix well.

  3. Add melted coconut oil and mix until consistant and kneedable. The mix will be a bit soft.

  4. Spread shredded coconut out onto a flat dinner plate or tray.

  5. Take one 16th of the mix (unless you want them bigger) and roll it into a ball in the palm of your hand.

  6. Once in a ball roll the fat bomb around in the shredded coconut until coated and place on a tray with baking paper.

  7. When all of the mix has been made into fat bombs, place the tray in the refrigerator until the coconut oil and peanut butter harden.

  8. When the fat bombs are hard they're ready to eat. Keep them in the fridge until ready to eat (particularly if you live in hot climates), they will keep for a week.

Nutrition Facts
Fat Bombs Recipe - Choc Peanut Butter
Amount Per Serving (1 fat bomb)
Calories 64 Calories from Fat 45
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 5g 8%
Saturated Fat 4g 20%
Cholesterol 5mg 2%
Sodium 3mg 0%
Potassium 71mg 2%
Total Carbohydrates 2.5g 1%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Sugars 0g
Protein 1g 2%
Vitamin A 1.1%
Calcium 2.6%
Iron 3.9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Our Best Fat Bomb Recipes

We make a variety of LCHF snacks for our keto menu and invented probably one of the most popular recipes around.

The possibilities are endless with new natural sweeteners becoming available all the time.

Add them with high-fat creams, healthy fats and flavors. And you’ll be creating your own delicious fat bombs in no time.

Vanilla Cheesecake Fat Bombs

Vanilla Cheesecake Fat Bombs

That’s right we first cooked these little beauties a few years ago now.

Combining the fats in cream cheese and heavy cream with vanilla and erythritol they’re a dream to eat.

They’re definitely one of the most popular fat bomb recipes on the internet.

Just look at how many have recreated or created their own version. That’s saying something.

Low Carb Ketogenic Raspberry Cream Fat Bombs Jellies

Raspberry Cream Fat Bombs

Another one of our original recipes. We first made them for valentines day a few years back.

We utilise the ingredients of heavy cream and sugar-free jello.

We’ve seen a few variations out there and they remain one of our favorites.

Low Carb Red Velvet Fat Bombs

Red Velvet Fat Bombs

Just look at them, they’re sweet and creamy they’ve been a hit since we first cooked them.

Loaded with fat they’re as tasty as they are attractive, your guests will love them.

Based on the cake this recipe uses 90% dark chocolate, cream cheese, butter, heavy cream and a few other ingredients.

Low Carb Pina Colada Fat Bombs

Pina Colada Fat Bombs

Just like the cocktail, this fat bomb recipe was a recreation of a jello shot we saw somewhere.

Using pineapple essence with coconut cream and a few other secret ingredients.

Serve them up at your next dinner party and see how every devours them.

Low Carb Lemon and Poppyseed Fat Bomb Cups

Low Carb Lemon and Poppyseed Fat Bombs

Creamy, sweet with a hint of lemon bitter.

They’re a classy side to any morning tea or dinner party.

Like most of these LCHF recipes, they’re no bake. They can be made in around 10 minutes before refrigerating.

Sugar-Free Chocolate Cheesecake Kisses

Chocolate Cheesecake Kisses

A chocolatey twist on the original, they’re just as delicious and are easy to make.

You can make them to stave off cravings or cook them alongside the rest. Serve them on a platter.

A rich and creamy treat that everyone will enjoy.

Low Carb Vanilla Strawberry Fudge Fat Bombs

Low Carb Vanilla Strawberry Fudge

You could palm this LCHF snack off as fudge as well, the recipe has the attributes of both.

With the two flavors complementing each other they’re a treat to eat.

You make this recipe in two layers (you could also make a separate dish out of each layer).

Keto Strawberries and Cream Fat Bombs

Strawberry and Cream

Another cute little LCHF snack to make for your keto collection of high-fat delights.

We used a low carb protein powder as an ingredient for a whole different texture. Great for those who workout.

If you want to see the ketogenic effects after eating use a ketone monitor to monitor ketosis.

Be aware if you eat carbs elsewhere no amount of fat will make you get into ketosis.


We hope you enjoyed our LCHF Keto creations.

If you have any suggestions or cool ideas for keto fat bomb recipes we’d love to hear them.


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