Chances are you’ve seen keto fat bombs everywhere online. For anyone following a keto diet, they are a quick, low-carb, high fat snack (or dessert) designed to help you keep burning fat. This keto fat bomb is a little different than others I’ve seen or tried because it’s made with SunButter, so it’s nut-free.
SunButter is one of my favorite “butters.” It’s naturally sweet, extra creamy, and free from the top 8 allergens. The ingredients are simple and straightforward.
Like nut butters, it’s got the protein (7 grams per serving!) and healthy fats your body needs, but unlike nut butters, it packs in more micronutrients–magnesium, vitamin E, zinc and iron, to be exact. Plus, SunButter contains less sugar (which is important on the keto diet) than traditional nut butters, and also contains no cholesterol, trans fats or preservatives.
So if you’re looking for a nut-free alternative, this is it! The creamy sunflower seed flavor is perfect for fat bombs.
Nut-Free Chocolate Chip Keto Fat Bombs
This recipe is kind of an homage to my favorite chocolate chip cookie dough with toasted shredded coconut. At room temperature the “batter” is liquid, but once frozen, they become the tastiest little morsels.
The coconut oil and butter combo melts on your tongue, the chocolate chips are still a little cold, and you get great texture from the toasted coconut. If you’re someone who love cookie dough straight from the freezer, this one is definitely for you!
These keto fat bombs come together in a snap. They just need some time in the freezer to set up before you can dig in. But I totally encourage licking the bowl and spatula to tide you over.
Make sure you use keto-friendly chocolate chips that are sweetened with stevia or another keto-approved sweetener. Instead of vanilla extract, I used powdered vanilla bean. But if you’re not being super strict, extract is fine and so is one bean with the seeds scraped out.
If you’d rather have cookie dough balls instead of the cups, just use a little less coconut oil (1/4 cup) and add more coconut flour until you get the right texture.
Like I said, the mixture is pretty runny until it’s frozen and the coconut oil solidifies. It’s best to store these keto fat bombs in the freezer. They should keep fresh for up to several months in an airtight, freezer-proof container.
You’ll want to eat these right away as they melt quickly. Grab one for a snack before or after the gym, when you’re craving something sweet, or pull some out to share with friends. They’re sure to be a hit.
SunButter Chocolate Chip Keto Fat Bombs
- Mini muffin pan
- Muffin tin liners
- Medium mixing bowl
- 1/2 cup unrefined coconut oil melted, divided
- 1 cup Organic SunButter
- 1/2 cup shredded coconut toasted, divided
- 4 tablespoons coconut flour
- 1 tablespoon monk fruit powder or other keto sweetener, optional
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla bean powder optional
- Pinch sea salt
- 1/2 cup Lily’s chocolate chips or other keto-approved chocolate
- Line a 24-well mini muffin pan with papers or have ready a silicone ice cube tray.
- In a medium mixing bowl, stir together coconut oil, SunButter, 1/4 cup shredded coconut, monk fruit, and pinch sea salt until smooth. Add the chocolate chips and stir well. The mixture may be a little runny.
- Spoon 1 tablespoon of the mixture into each of the wells of the mini muffin pan or ice cube tray. (You may need to stir the mixture in the bowl often so the chips are evenly distributed.)
- Place in fridge or freezer until the bombs have set up. Remove from the pan or tray and store in a freezer-proof, airtight container.
Can I use coconut palm sugar or honey, maple syrup? If so, how much can I use? Sorry, I don’t do keto sweeteners.
Hi–The ingredients show the coconut oil and shredded coconut oil are divided and also coconut flour, but I’m unclear following the instructions why the first two are divided, and if I’m supposed to use the coconut flour.
This sounds wonderful, I just haven’t made this type of fat bomb before and want to be sure to get it right.
Thanks for your help!
*sorry, I meant shredded coconut, not shredded coconut oil.
Eleanor May says
oh my golly gosh, these look tasty!
Pressure Resistant says
This recipe is my favorite. where do you get to much power to make this recipe. thanks for the recipe.