I won’t lie – the first time I heard of this “fat bomb” concept I threw up in my mouth a little bit. Then I realized I need to eat more fat. I feel great on this high fat diet. I’m rarely hungry, have more energy and just feel more… I don’t know, stable? I don’t have PCOS, but I do have weird hormones (can’t have sythentic) and the Keto diet is suggested for women with PCOS and even used to treat seizure disorders. I have a low seizure threshold (prompted by weird hormones) so perhaps this is stablizing some things. Regardless, I are carbs over the weekend and paid the price. I felt like crap. Alas, I disgress… FAT BOMBS!
The thought of this is gross. I get it. The taste and richness is amazing.
I bought one a Silicone Mold for my SinfullySanders gig and I’m obsessed with it. No sticking, no greasing, no nothing. It’s awesome.
OK – here’s what you need!!!
1/2 cup of creamy natural peanut butter (low carb, keep it at or under 4g net carbs)
9 tbsp butter (I like salted)
6 tbsp coconut oil ( I used Lou Ana)
3 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
No Carb Sweetener to taste ( I used Truvia Sweetener – about 60 drops)
Melt it all together and blend with an Immersion Hand Blender. Pour it into the trey and throw it in the freezer. Keep these frozen, they will melt SO fast.
These have been perfect on the nights I want something quick and sweet and hearty.
Makes 12 bombs in that tray and 1 bomb is a serving.
101 kcal, 11g fat, 3g carb, 2g fiber, 1g sugar, 2g protein
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…sounds good! I’m going to try these. I bet the peanut butter is yummy! I usually don’t eat artificial sugar but have yet to try stevia. I’m hoping it’s after-taste free. Thanks for sharing.
I personally think there’s only an after taste if you eat a ton of it. Stevia/truvia is the only one I’ll eat and sparingly. Being on a HFLC diet I’ve found I’m much more sensitive to “sweet” so a little goes a long way. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!
We’re on the same journey! I’m also on a HFLC plan. I love it! I’ll be reading. Keep it up!