Dieting or eating “healthy” with food restrictions like gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, Paleo, etc. isn’t an easy task. There’s no magic pill that will instantly knock out cravings, help you lose weight, or get healthy.
But there are some things you can do along the way to help your journey be successful.
These sugar-free Craving Buster Chocolate Fat Bombs take just 2 minutes to make and with just 3 ingredients, including coconut oil, this recipe is a tasty guilt-free treat.
These high fat, low carb fat bombs are:
3 Ingredient Fat Bombs:
These no-sweetener fat bombs have three simple ingredients:
coconut oil, cacao or cocoa powder, and almond butter.
There’s no sugar, not even natural sweetener, and each serving contains less than 1 gram of sugar so these fat bombs are ideal for a no-sugar diet.
That also means if you’re expecting a sweet peanut butter cup, you WILL be disappointed.
Approach these paleo fat bombs with the right mindset and they’ll taste great, even downright delicious if you’re used to a low or no sugar diet!
However, if you’re not a fan of dark chocolate (these fat bombs are very ‘dark chocolate-y’) and/or have a sweet tooth, there are a couple easy tweaks you can make.
Updated April 2019 with healthy-sweetener options!
If you are looking for a keto fat bomb with a little more sweetness, try one or both of these suggestions:
Option #1 – try this sugar-free healthy hot cocoa mix – For the Love of Hot Chocolate. This cocoa contains a small amount of stevia and erythritol for natural sweetness and contains organic, fair-trade dark chocolate. It’s keto-friendly and still low-calorie.
You can buy the cocoa here: InJoyNow Organics
When I’m not on a sugar-free challenge, I love using this cocoa with tasty results! And it’s still perfect for a Paleo fat bomb!
Option #2 – add a few drops of liquid stevia. This vanilla creme is my favorite liquid stevia.
Whether you opt for no sweetener or you want a little sweetness, these chocolate fat bombs are very satisfying!
When I quit sugar last fall, I had awful cravings and eating one or two of these yummy bites of chocolate really helped.
One note of caution: these fat bombs do have around 122 calories each (this number will vary depending on the almond butter you choose and how closely you follow the measurements) so watch that you don’t eat a half dozen and derail your eating plan!
These Craving Buster Fat Bombs are also incredibly quick and easy to make.
How to Make Chocolate Fat Bombs
There are two ways to make this fat bombs recipe:
One – the fastest, I’m-in-a-hurry and want-to-eat-now method:
Stir everything together in a small bowl and eat with a spoon.
Two: the I-can-be-patient method:
Stir everything together, pour into candy molds or small paper muffin cups, and freeze until firm.
Love Peppermint? Check out our PEPPERMINT Chocolate Keto Fat Bombs recipe here.
Please note that all nutrition calculations are estimated and may vary depending on the brand, quantity, how accurate your measurement is, etc.Print
These quick & easy chocolate fat bombs are a great way to quickly curb cravings. With 3 ingredients, this keto recipe has no sweeteners and is super satisfying!
- 1/2 Tbsp melted organic coconut oil
- 1/2 Tbsp organic cacao powder
- 1/2 Tbsp almond butter*
- 1–3 drops liquid stevia, optional
Single Serving Fast Method:
Melt the coconut oil, stir in the cacao and almond butter, and eat right away.
32 Servings Method:
- Melt the coconut oil and whisk in the cacao and almond butter until no lumps remain. Spoon 1 tablespoon of the mixture each into 32 small paper muffin cups.
- Refrigerate or freeze until hard.
- Store in the refrigerator.
*Be sure to use an almond butter without added sugar. Woodstock Smooth Almond Butter is my preferred brand and the brand I used in the nutritional values.
These fat bombs will melt in warm weather, so keep in the refrigerator.
- Serving Size: 1 fat bomb
- Calories: 122.5
- Sugar: 0.5g
- Fat: 11.75g
- Carbohydrates: 2.25g
- Protein: 1.75g
Keywords: chocolate, almond butter, coconut oil, fat bombs, keto, sugar-free, no sweeteners,