Keto Blueberry Coconut Fat Bombs

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  • prep time

    prep time

    1 h 0 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    1 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    1 h 1 min

Keto Blueberry Coconut Fat Bombs

67 ratings

These fat bombs are a nice change from the many chocolate and nut heavy ones out there. In addition to a tiny amount of blueberries for a fruity taste, they are coated in shredded coconut for texture. This recipe is written without sweetener, but you can add stevia drops to taste or a little erythritol. Since these fat bombs are no bake and egg free, feel free to taste along the way and add sweetener accordingly.

  • Net Carbs

    1.6 g

  • Fiber

    1.2 g

  • Total Carbs

    2.8 g

  • Protein

    2.4 g

  • Fats

    12.6 g

129 cals

Keto Blueberry Coconut Fat Bombs

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  • Cream Cheese, Brick

    Cream Cheese, Brick

    3 ounce

  • Coconut Oil

    Coconut Oil

    2 tablespoon

  • Almond Butter

    Almond Butter

    4 tablespoon

  • Blueberries, Wild, Frozen

    Blueberries, Wild, Frozen

    2 tablespoon, whole pieces

  • Vanilla Extract

    Vanilla Extract

    ¼ teaspoon

  • Coconut, Dried, Shredded Or Flaked, Unsweetened

    Coconut, Dried, Shredded Or Flaked, Unsweetened

    3 tablespoon, shredded

Recipe Steps

steps 5

1 h 1 min

  • Step 1

    Slightly melt coconut oil and mix together coconut oil, cream cheese and almond butter in a bowl with a spoon or (ideally) a hand mixer until smooth.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Fold in blueberries, vanilla extract, and sweetener to taste if you plan on using any.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Add shredded coconut to a small bowl or container. Roll the blueberry mixture into 8 balls and carefully roll a ball into the shredded coconut, pressing the coconut slightly into the ball.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Continue with the remaining balls. Place the fat bombs on a piece of parchment
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Refrigerate for at least an hour before enjoying.
    Step 5

Comments 31

  • DonnaC1063

    DonnaC1063 9 months ago

    Oh my goodness..these are dangerous! Added the coconut right in with other ingredients. Came out fine. Nect batch maybe toady coconut and roll in cacao powder.

    • Deelo2018

      Deelo2018 9 months ago

      It says it makes 8 serving but you may as well say 7 since you will be licking the bowl and your fingers after making these 🤣 Soooo goood!

      • VickieB

        VickieB 10 months ago

        These are so good! I just mixed everything up together except the blueberries which I folded in. I added a bit of stevia and dropped in a few sugar free chocolate chips.. yummy!

        • Michelle

          Michelle 10 months ago


          • Dyoung61

            Dyoung61 2 years ago

            I toasted the coconut then added right to the mixture instead of rolling the balls. Taste great, definitely will make again.

            • PropitiousRadish363275

              PropitiousRadish363275 2 years ago

              Can you use fresh blueberries?

              • Phatguru

                Phatguru 2 years ago

                Sure can, I used them

            • LavenderBlueDilly

              LavenderBlueDilly 3 years ago

              Skipped the blueberries, added stevia, and rolled in some cacao nibs along with the coconut. Next time, I will blend in the nibs when mixing the fats.

              • Kacy

                Kacy 3 years ago

                Excellent. My first batch was wonderful. I used 3/4 teaspoon of Swerve Gold Brown Sugar for a sweetener. I made 8 and minus the coconut flakes they weighed in between 20 - 23 grams. I will definitely make this agin and play with basic recipe. I have a macadamia, coconut, cashew butter blend that I think will work but will have to up the sweetener since it is not as sweet as almond butter. We’ll see how the macros pan out. Thank you for the recipe.

                • Ozzieg

                  Ozzieg 3 years ago

                  Can you used coconut cream instead of cream cheese?

                  • LavenderBlueDilly

                    LavenderBlueDilly 3 years ago

                    You could give it a try but be sure to copy the recipe first and then edit it to account for the coconut cream. I will change the macros.

                • Lisaag

                  Lisaag 3 years ago

                  Love these! Added 3-4 drops of monk fruit and put in freezer as was suggested!

                  • Shaylee

                    Shaylee 3 years ago

                    This is great but I added swerve

                    • Shaz

                      Shaz 3 years ago

                      These were delicious added some Monk Fruit sweetener. Yummy

                      • DD8194

                        DD8194 3 years ago

                        How much Monk fruit?

                    • Brender

                      Brender 3 years ago

                      My mixture was really wet? Any suggestions?

                      • FavorableArugula794071

                        FavorableArugula794071 3 years ago

                        I put mine in the freezer for 10 minutes let it firm up and then works to roll them.

                    • Eliza

                      Eliza 3 years ago

                      Tasty. I put in 6 drops of stevia. I would prefer to toast the coconut.

                      • ketoo006122

                        ketoo006122 3 years ago

                        I didn't use the coconut because I didn't have any and used Stevia but to me these are like cheesecake bites thumbs up for me

                        • LReidpm

                          LReidpm 3 years ago

                          Tasty and satisfying we are new to this so the have questions about app as to if you add or substitute can you change recipe?

                          • Amquinn3030

                            Amquinn3030 3 years ago

                            I added 1 dropper of liquid vanilla stevia. Had to refrigerate before rolling. Then froze for a little while. My husband and I both thought they were awesome! A delicious way for me get all of my fat for the day.

                            • Amber

                              Amber 4 years ago

                     good from the fridge. I’ll freeze them and see if they are better.

                              • Freddie

                                Freddie 3 years ago

                                I wasn't a fan either. Im trying the chocolate ones now. I hope they are better

                              • Amber

                                Amber 3 years ago

                                These are really gross!

                            • Leahrm

                              Leahrm 4 years ago

                              These are delicious. For this 8 svg recipe I make 16 balls and freeze them. I defrost for 30 sec or so until they’re slightly soft again. My nighttime snack!

                              • Anonymous

                                Anonymous 4 years ago

                                Can the Almond butter be substituted? Ideas??

                                • Carrieh1

                                  Carrieh1 4 years ago

                                  I believe you would be able to. You would need to adjust the recipe accordingly.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Anonymous 4 years ago

                                  I agree... Almond butter is so hard to find!

                              • Anonymous

                                Anonymous 4 years ago

                                Amazing. Easy to make and delicious. I used fresh blueberries and added 3 tsp of erythritol.

                                • mylittlecamb85c

                                  mylittlecamb85c 4 years ago

                                  Used fresh crushed raspberries. I mixed everything together including the coconut. Divided mixture into 8 equal spoonfuls. They were so good.

                                  • Rockibalboa

                                    Rockibalboa 4 years ago

                                    Strange combo with cream cheese, almond butter and blueberries.