Chocolate Chip Keto Cookie Dough Fat Bombs
I think there’s a lot of confusion out there when it comes to fat bombs, especially if you’re doing keto to lose or maintain weight. If you’re satisfied and energized, there’s not much reason to force yourself to eat extra healthy fats just for the sake of it. Once you’re in ketosis, your body will happily use its own fat stores! Still, there are definitely times when a quick dose of healthy fats comes in handy. These chocolate chip keto cookie dough fat bombs are great to reach for when:
- You’re hungry, but don’t have much room for extra carbs/protein
- You’re running low on energy
- You want a satisfying, low carb treat
- You feel your macros for the day are too lean and want some balance
Of course, chocolate chip keto cookie dough fat bombs are also delicious, so they also just make a good, simple dessert. When you don’t feel like turning on the oven or are out of your favorite keto cookies, these are another option. They are pretty quick to whip up, and keep well in the fridge or freezer so you can prep them in advance. The ingredients are simple too, focusing on healthy fats, keto sweetener, and low carb chocolate chips.
Looking for another creamy and chocolaty keto dessert? Try these Keto Mint Chocolate Cheesecake Bars!
Keto Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fat Bombs
- Cream together cream cheese, butter, nut butter, and coconut butter until smooth.
- Add sweetener, coconut flour, and salt. Mix until a "dough" texture forms. Fold in chocolate chips.
- Chill keto cookie dough mixture for about 15 minutes, or until firm enough to handle easily.
- Scoop into 20 portions, about 1 rounded tablespoon each.
- Store refrigerated to up to one week, or freeze for longer.
- The nutritional information is based on using almond butter and ChocZero low carb chocolate chips. Save 10% on ChocZero here with the code TRYKETOWITHME.
- Once chilled, these keto cookie dough fat bombs can be topped or drizzled with melted chocolate, or even rolled in toasted coconuts or nuts!
- If freezing, you may want to freeze portions separately (ie. on a sheet pan) before transferring to bags or a larger container. This will keep them from sticking together.