Keto Cinnamon Roll Fat Bomb

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Keto Cinnamon Roll Fat Bomb

24 ratings

These cinnamon roll fat bombs taste like the real deal. They are made with creamy cream cheese, toasted pecans, cinnamon and collagen peptides for an extra nutritional boost. Keep them stored separately on a sheet tray or freeze them first before storing as they have a soft texture.

  • Net Carbs

    0.7 g

  • Fiber

    0.3 g

  • Total Carbs

    4.4 g

  • Protein

    1.2 g

  • Fats

    5 g

53 cals

Keto Cinnamon Roll Fat Bomb

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Ingredients

  • Cream Cheese

    Cream Cheese

    8 ounce

  • Pecans

    Pecans

    ½ cup

  • Brown Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    Brown Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    ¼ cup

  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon

    1-½ teaspoon

  • Collagen Peptides by Orgain

    Collagen Peptides by Orgain

    1 scoops

  • Heavy Cream

    Heavy Cream

    1 tablespoon

  • The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    ¼ cup

Recipe Steps

steps 4

15 min

  • Step 1

    Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Using a 1 tsp cookie scoop, scoop each ball onto a lined baking sheet. Chill in the fridge until firm.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Combine the icing ingredients and drizzle over the fat bombs.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Store them separately like this on the sheet tray or container. Alternatively, freeze them until solid then and place them into an airtight container in the freezer.
    Step 4

Comments 25

  • AmazingMacadamia889339

    AmazingMacadamia889339 2 months ago

    There is no reason to get fat from anything other than these. So easy so good

    • StupendousRadish799253

      StupendousRadish799253 4 months ago

      I replaced the collagen peptides with chocolate protein powder. I also did not make the icing. After mixing all the ingredients together I put them into silicone molds and then put them in the freezer. Afterwards, popped them out and put them in a container in the fridge for easy access. Overall, I think they're pretty good.

      • BlithesomeArugula873609

        BlithesomeArugula873609 a year ago

        I made these but didn't use collagen peptides. I put the cream in the bombs and sprinkled some confectioners sugar and cinnamon on top.

        • Alena

          Alena a year ago

          I just made these and stuck them in the fridge and now realize the 1 tbsp cream was to make the icing 🙄 I guess mine will have 2 tbsp cream.

          • Rob

            Rob a year ago

            The recipe yields 24 and we're supposed to have 3/4 portion does that mean we eat 18 in a sitting?

            • Justafast1

              Justafast1 2 years ago

              Ok recipe is a little confusing (where do I get the icing ingredients after I mixed all ingredients together?) but if your sweet tooth has been crying this is the recipe for you! I LOVE this stuff! I literally licked the bowl clean….

              • Martine

                Martine 2 years ago

                Yum double yum!

                • Dragonfly Sister

                  Dragonfly Sister 2 years ago

                  @Julienamana, I think you are correct and funny have to triple your nutrient counts. I haven’t tried this recipe yet but I was doing the calculations and it seems that the actual serving size is a tablespoon not a teaspoon. There are 48 teaspoons of cream cheese in an 8 ounce block. There are 16 tablespoons in an 8 ounce block but you have to keep in mind you’re adding another half a cup of nuts and various other things so I’m pretty sure it’s a tablespoon per serving. Besides I’ve never seen a 1 teaspoon cookie ball scoop. The smallest one I have is a tablespoon.

                  • S0ulange1

                    S0ulange1 2 years ago

                    Love these, I used crushed walnuts rather than pecans. Delish

                    • Dukesilver66

                      Dukesilver66 2 years ago

                      Wait? This aren't served straight from the oven?

                      • S0ulange1

                        S0ulange1 2 years ago

                        Fat bombs aren't cooked generally, you take these and freeze them and then you can place in a bag for snacking. The freezing keeps them fresh and prevents them from sticking together

                      • kathyyax52ea

                        kathyyax52ea 2 years ago

                        I didn't see where they are cooked at all. It says to scoop onto sheet & then chill or freeze.

                    • Julienamana

                      Julienamana 2 years ago

                      I couldn't find a teaspoon scooper. The scooper I do have is probably a tablespoon. Can I use a teaspoon to scoop it out? Also, when I went to look for the ultimate icing sugar replacement I couldn't find anything that's icing I just found the ultimate sugar replacement. Is that the same thing?

                      • josie0695

                        josie0695 2 years ago

                        "Icing" sugar replacement is the same as "confectioners" or "powdered." If you can't find anything with any of those names, you can grind the regular (granular) form in a coffee grinder to turn it into powder (which is what the icing/confectioners form is). If you grind your own, give the powder time to settle before removing the grinder lid or you likely will end up with that delightful fine powdered sugar everywhere! 😉

                      • kathyyax52ea

                        kathyyax52ea 2 years ago

                        If you use a Tbl scoop triple the nutrition info for each bomb. Should work, but that's pretty big.

                    • ElleR

                      ElleR 3 years ago

                      This recipe list shows pecans as an ingredient but my filter was for no tree nuts and no peanuts. I would like to see this fixed. Thank you!

                      • Maiden Minnesota

                        Maiden Minnesota 3 years ago

                        Wait... "1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth." "3. Combine the icing ingredients and drizzle over the fat bombs." Then what are the icing ingredients? If I follow the first step, there are no ingredients left to make into icing. Huh???

                        • kathyyax52ea

                          kathyyax52ea 2 years ago

                          So, is the 1 Tbl of Heavy cream & the 1/4 c of Swerve Ultimate Icing sugar replacement the ingredients for the icing? Or do they go into the Fat Bombs?

                        • StellarArugula589306

                          StellarArugula589306 2 years ago

                          Heavy cream and swerve. Icing is usually milk and sugar.

                      • UpbeatRadish178199

                        UpbeatRadish178199 3 years ago

                        Love these good good to the last drop!!! Will be making again and again!! Add some vanilla flavor.

                        • Diana

                          Diana 3 years ago

                          Is the collegan peptides used for binding or just as added nutrients and can this be left out?

                          • josie0695

                            josie0695 2 years ago

                            Keep scrolling - there's an answer further down, actually answered several times! 😉

                          • MsMimi2108

                            MsMimi2108 3 years ago

                            Has anyone answered this question yet?

                          • Slarouche

                            Slarouche 3 years ago

                            I am also curious would like to know

                        • Ketogirl!

                          Ketogirl! 3 years ago

                          This is a simple and tasty treat! I rotate it with my PB cup for something different.