Keto Coconut-Choc Fat Bombs
  • prep time

    prep time

    2 h 10 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    0 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    2 h 10 min

Keto Coconut-Choc Fat Bombs

131 ratings

These irresistibly indulgent fat bombs are the perfect midday pick me up or after dinner treat.

Simple to prepare these fat bombs require two hours total set time.

The recipe calls for coconut oil, this needs to be at room temperature and relatively soft but not melted so that it can be easily mashed.

Erythritol has been used to sweeten the recipe, however you can use your preferred sweetener of choice or omit this entirely.

  • Net Carbs

    4.4 g

  • Fiber

    1.9 g

  • Total Carbs

    11.1 g

  • Protein

    3.6 g

  • Fats

    27 g

264 cals

Keto Coconut-Choc Fat Bombs


  • Organic Erythritol by Pyure

    Organic Erythritol by Pyure

    2 tablespoon

  • Cream Cheese

    Cream Cheese

    ¾ cup

  • Unsweetened Cocoa Powder by Ghirardelli

    Unsweetened Cocoa Powder by Ghirardelli

    ⅓ cup

  • Desiccated Coconut by Edro

    Desiccated Coconut by Edro

    ⅓ cup

  • Coconut Oil

    Coconut Oil

    ¼ cup

Recipe Steps

steps 5

2 h 10 min

  • Step 1

    Ensuring the coconut oil is soft and at room temperature, add to a mixing bowl with the cream cheese, erythritol, and cocoa powder. Mash together well to combine.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Once the mixture is completely smooth, transfer to the fridge for an hour to firm up.
  • Step 3

    Remove the mixture from the fridge and tip the desiccated coconut into a shallow dish.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Divide the mixture into 10 even portions and roll into balls with your hands. Roll each ball one at a time in the coconut to coat.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Return to the fridge for a further hour to set and refrigerate until ready to serve.

Comments 28

  • StupendousKetone467581

    StupendousKetone467581 2 days ago

    Delicious and satisfying.

    • Olapolishgirlinuk

      Olapolishgirlinuk 11 days ago

      I absolutely love them xx

      • VickieB

        VickieB a month ago

        I love theses. I just mixed everything up together including the coconut flakes. I also added a few sugar free chocolate chips and substituted stevia drops. Yum!

        • MirthfulAvocado978553

          MirthfulAvocado978553 4 months ago

          I looked forward to having them every-time! So good

          • StupendousKetone542204

            StupendousKetone542204 9 months ago

            Newbie, but keto is touted to reduce sweet cravings after while, so I’m wonder why there are keto deserts. Also, erithritol isn’t awesome for your body. So I’m not sure I’m motivated enough to make the sweets. Better to have a normal sweet as a treat once a week?

            • JillyBean819

              JillyBean819 3 months ago

              Eating regular sweets will knock you out of ketosis though. You wouldn't want to have to get back into ketosis every single week.

            • LoriMD

              LoriMD 3 months ago

              Keto definitely reduces the sweet cravings but it doesn’t eliminate them all together. Some people use it up their fat as well.

            • Msjournalist

              Msjournalist 7 months ago

              I use them to get my fat up over my protein. I also use stevia instead of anything artificial since my body doesn't tolerate any artificial sweeteners.

            • Trina13

              Trina13 9 months ago

              After a few weeks my sweet cravings do subside. I use these fat bombs to balance my protein rather than sweet snack, sometimes I just need a bit more fat to get the ratio right. You’re right - no artificial sweetener is good for the body but a small amount ingested occasionally isn’t terribly harmful.

          • lialove

            lialove 10 months ago

            I really tried to make these taste good and they just don’t 😖 hard pass

            • RousingRadish916845

              RousingRadish916845 7 months ago

              Same here! They were not good, at all!

          • AgingNinjaWarrior

            AgingNinjaWarrior 10 months ago

            These are very easy, handy treats. A good (and tasty) way to work those macros numbers! I added ~ 1 tsp coconut flavored liquid stevia (on top of recipe sweetener) to add just a little bit more sweetness and gives the coconut an extra boost. Also, for convenience and ease of mixing, I soften the cream cheese in the microwave about 5 seconds or so. And I can attest that if your oil has turned to liquid it still works well. Also, for ease again, I put my mixture in the freezer ~ 1/2 hr maybe and it quickly becomes workable at room temp to make the balls by hand. And lastly, for an extra treat, I stick a (Lily's) choc chip or 2 in each treat before putting the balls back in the fridge. Yum!

            • MirthfulKetone816989

              MirthfulKetone816989 a year ago

              I used brown Swerve as the sweetener as it was what I had on hand. Would recommend bringing the cream cheese to room temperature to aid in mixing ease. These are a great, not sweet, chocolate treat!

              • Rebecca

                Rebecca a year ago

                I modified this recipe by mixing 1 T organic cream cheese with 1 T Coconut oil and 1 t Hershey’s Simply 5, then adding 1 T desiccated coconut. I ate it right out of a small bowl with a spoon. It was delicious and only 5g carbs!

                • MarvellousAvocado431852

                  MarvellousAvocado431852 a year ago

                  Wow! Didn’t expect that, they’re delicious and very moreish. Definite chocolate craving fix for me.

                  • FavorableKale574969

                    FavorableKale574969 a year ago

                    Tastes pretty nasty! Will try double or triple the Erythritol but yikes, it’s bad.

                    • StellarAvocado140

                      StellarAvocado140 2 years ago

                      These are a complete staple for me and my incessant chocolate cravings! I also add a little almond extract 👩‍🍳💋

                      • RousingKetone382346

                        RousingKetone382346 2 years ago

                        Can I use Stevia for sweetener instead? If so, how much would use? Thank you!

                        • AgingNinjaWarrior

                          AgingNinjaWarrior 10 months ago

                          2 Tbsp Stevia works.

                        • FavorableCauliflower191661

                          FavorableCauliflower191661 10 months ago

                          I have actually used powdered Swerv before

                        • Diana

                          Diana 2 years ago

                          I use 1/2 tsp of Stevia blend

                      • Skimmer

                        Skimmer 2 years ago

                        Will this recipe work if I use cacao powder, rather than cocoa powder?

                        • Usernamenorcal

                          Usernamenorcal a year ago

                          I used Giradelli unsweetened cacao powder and it was really good!

                      • MarvellousKetone360278

                        MarvellousKetone360278 2 years ago

                        These are pretty good and extremely easy to make. But, be careful eating too many of them. I ate a serving a day until they were gone and I ended up with pretty bad constipation. Everyone's body is different, so it depends on whether alot of cheese and dairy normally affects you. Otherwise, they're great. I'll make them again, but now I know too be careful not to eat too many in a row.

                        • Taikwonjoe

                          Taikwonjoe a year ago

                          Probably replace the cream cheese with something else dairy free. Maybe coconut cream

                      • RousingKetone533872

                        RousingKetone533872 2 years ago

                        This says 5 servings but at the bottom says to make 10 balls. Are 2 balls one serving?

                        • Choose Keto

                          Choose Keto a year ago

                          Yes. Which I like because one is never enough. Or you could half the macros and calories and only eat one. Choices are always good.

                        • FantasticArugula

                          FantasticArugula 2 years ago