Since we cut the sugar out of our lives a few years ago, desserts have become fairly unimportant. Which if you knew me back when I could inhale a pint of Ben & Jerry’s a night, you would know what an incredible statement that is. Not only to my resolve to lose this weight but also to the power of the Low Carb, High Fat lifestyle. But every once in a while, you like to have a little something sweet to finish off a meal and if I can make that sweet also be full of fat, so much the better.
So last night I started messing around and made some incredible tasty lemon and chocolate fat bombs that turned out to be very rich and just sweet enough to satisfy a craving.
If you try this for yourself, I would love to see it! Just tag @MySugarFreeJrny on Instagram and I will check it out. Thanks!
Keto Friendly Lemon Fat Bomb
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18 thoughts on “Keto Friendly Lemon Fat Bomb Recipe!”
With these lemon fat bombs, could you use lemon rind too????? To make them more zippy? Thanks!
I’ve never done it but I bet you could
Do you know the macros?
Mostly fat. I’m kidding actually. I don’t track or in any way care about macros so I don’t put them on my site anywhere. Sorry!
Can you use liquid Coconut Oil?
No, you want it to harden up when you freeze it and liquid coconut oil doesn’t really harden
Yes it does; I made fat bombs last night with liquid coconut oil and they froze just fine.
Do you mix with mixer or by hand?
By hand but only because I don’t want to clean the mixer. (I’m a huge advocate for lazy keto)
I made them with 4T Butter, 4oz Cream Cheese, 4 drops lemon extract, 2 teaspoon monkfruit sweetener, and 1/4 cup blanched almond flour. Fat 12.7/Protein 2.5/Carb 1/kCal 130 for six servings. Softened the cream cheese in the microwave, used a fork to stir it all well, used a small scoop to portion on a small piece of parchment and put in the fridge. I don’t like the feel of coconut oil so I can pretty much only cook with it. (If you swapped out the almond flour with 2 T coconut flour, it would be Fat 10.7/Protein 1.8/Carb 1.5/kCal 112)
When you say coconut oil, is it the cooking coconut oil? I made some other cookie with it and could not eat it, too oily
Any coconut oil that is solid at room temperature. You can also use butter or cream cheese instead
Is that cooking coconut oil? If so what else can be used in place of it?