With coconut cream, almond butter, shredded coconuts, and chocolate, how can you possibly go wrong! A keto candy with the macro breakdown worthy of a snack?? SIGN. ME. UP.
These coconut fat bombs help keep my eating plan on track, because they’re EASY to make (only 6 ingredients!), they’re mouthwateringly delish, AND, they help to tide you over between meals. THAT’S RIGHT! Who said low carb eating had to be boring?! Let’s do this!
Like keto desserts as much as I do? Check out my peanut butter fat bombs, or my keto cheesecake.
What I Love About This Coconut Fat Bombs Recipe
Other than being crazy yummy, this coconut fat bombs recipe is phenomenal because:
- It only takes 6 ingredients
- It’s sugar-free
- You can make them in large batches ahead of time
- It’s full of healthy fats that’ll tide you over!
Coconut fat bombs are easy to make, so no worries if you’ve never made them! You’ll be enjoying these goodies before you know it!
Coconut cream – To make this coconut fat bombs recipe richer, I use coconut cream. Coconut cream is thicker than coconut milk because there’s more coconut meat and less liquid. This is important to achieve the right consistency!
Coconut cream is my favorite low carb replacement for sweetened condensed milk (not as sweet, but we’ll take care of that next) — plus, it’s dairy-free!
Coconut cream is EASY to find at Trader Joes! Don’t have one near you? Grab a jar on Amazon.
Also, coconut cream fat bombs are not the same as coconut oil fat bombs, so check labels carefully before buying the ingredients.
Erythritol – I use granular erythritol, an amazing keto sweetener that has no effect on glucose or insulin levels. This means you can enjoy your low carb sweet snacks without spiking your blood sugar!
Shredded coconuts – The shredded coconuts provide an additional boost of coconut flavor and that lusciously flaky coconut texture.
Make sure to buy them UNSWEETENED to avoid any unwanted sugars. Again, I always buy a bag at Trader Joes.
Almond butter – Adds a slightly nutty touch to this recipe — it reminds me of Almond Joys (minus the sugar and carbs).
You can use peanut butter for this recipe (or any nut butter you have), however, I prefer almond butter as it has a more subtle flavor.
Keto Chocolate – Make your own, or grab a bag of Lily’s Dark Chocolate Chips. They’re stevia and erythritol sweetened, which make them perfect for healthy snacks!
Tools To Make
The coconut fat bombs recipe only requires a few tools:
- 8×8 baking dish
- Small saucepan
- Double boiler (This is optional! Feel free to just use a bowl in the microwave.)
- Rimmed cookie sheet
Place fat bombs in an airtight container in the fridge and enjoy cold. They’re super convenient to grab and go when you’re feeling hungry!
Can You Freeze Them?
If you make the coconut fat bombs recipe and feel like you have too many to eat, feel free to freeze them in a freezer-safe container! This will keep them fresh longer and stop you from eating them all at once. (We’ve all been there…)
Just make sure to let them thaw for a few minutes before you bite in!
We LOVE this coconut fat bombs recipe as is, but if you’ll looking for a few variations, here are a few suggestions:
- Add cream cheese. Cream cheese fat bombs are out of this world! If cream cheese is all you have on hand, feel free to use it instead of coconut cream. Just mix all the filling ingredients until they’re smooth — No need to reduce anything over the stove!
- Add keto fruits (ie berries) are a delight that’ll make this coconut fat bombs recipe even tastier! I find freezer dried fruit works best here, as regular will add too much liquid into the mix. REALLY craving berries? Make these strawberry cheesecake fat bombs to curb your cravings instead!
- Add citrus. Lemon fat bombs will shock you with how wonderful the bright citrus pairs with coconut. Simply add some lemon zest or lemon juice when mixing in the shredded coconut. Lemon fat bombs are also wonderful! Use cream cheese instead of coconut cream, and you’ll be struggling to not scarf all the fat bombs down in one sitting.
- Add peanut butter. Chocolate peanut butter fat bombs are ridiculously nutty and filling! Replace the almond butter with your favorite peanut butter brand to make a peanut butter snack that packs the full nutty punch!
More Keto Chocolate Recipes
Want to make a variety of keto chocolate to have on hand? Here are some other astonishingly TASTY + EASY recipes:
- Keto White Chocolate
- Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Keto Shortbread Cookies
- Coconut Flour Cookies
- Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup
Coconut Fat BombsPrint Recipe Pin Recipe
- 3/4 Cup Coconut Cream
- 1 Cup Swerve or Lakanto (see sweetener notes below)
- 2 Tablespoons Almond Butter
- 2 Teaspoons Vanilla Extract
- 4 Cups Coconut shredded + unsweetened
- 1 Cup Keto Chocolate
- Prepare an 8x8 baking dish with parchment paper.
- Add coconut cream (3/4 cup) and erythritol (1 cup) to a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Allow the sauce to reduce/thicken until it's reached a caramel-like consistency and coats the back of a spoon (about 8-10 minutes).
- Remove from heat and stir in almond butter (2 tablespoons) and vanilla extract (2 teaspoons).
- Stir in coconut (4 cups).
- Pour into prepared baking dish.
- Freeze until firm (about 20 minutes).
- Melt Low Carb Chocolate (1 cup) in a large bowl -- I do this using a double boiler, but you can also do this in the microwave.
- Cut the fat bombs into 16 pieces, and place them on a rimmed cookie sheet.
- Pour melted chocolate over each slice.
- Place the fat bombs back in to fridge for about 30 minutes, or until the chocolate sets. Enjoy!
Fans Also Made These Low Carb Recipes:
- Chocolate. I love Lily's chocolate chips for this (they make dark, semi-sweet, and milk) but you can always make your own low carb chocolate by following my recipe!
- Lakanto, Swerve, or Erythritol. I stick to Lakanto and Swerve which are a 1:1 swap with traditional sugar. If using a different brand of Erythritol, keep in mind it's 70% as sweet as sugar, so you may need to add more to taste.
- Nutritional information is based on 1 fat bomb, if you make 16 using this recipe. It was calculated using Lily's Chocolate and has 1 g of sugar alcohol per serving. There are 4g net carbs per serving: