Looking for some keto fat bomb recipe inspiration, or maybe just some low carb snack ideas? Check out our roundup below!
If you follow a keto diet, I'm betting one of the hardest parts is coming up with delicious and satisfying fat bombs each week. Once you plan your meals and calculate your macros, brainstorming new fat bomb ideas or browsing Pinterest for a new recipe is probably the last thing you want to do.
That's why I've assembled the below list of keto fat bomb recipe inspiration! I included a mix of grab & go type options and simple recipes that take only a few minutes to put together. I hope this inspires you with some new flavor combinations and keeps your taste buds happy!
Keto Fat Bomb Recipe Inspiration
When I think of a keto fat bomb, I of course think about macros and how to design a low carb snack that's high in fat, but I also think about taste and nutrition! This is a great place to fit in a few extra nutrients and also a great place to add some variety to your diet so you don't get sick of it.
I know that sometimes you're looking for something you can simply grab from the pantry and other times you may want to get a little creative in the kitchen, so I've included ideas that fit both options.
Grab & Go Easy Keto Fat Bombs
- Dill Pickles & Cheddar Cheese
- Celery Sticks w/ Peanut Butter
- Macadamia Nuts
- Cheese Plate w/ Brie, Pecans & Celery
- Green Olives & Salami
- Olives & Mini Mozzarella Balls
- Brazil Nuts
- Cucumber Slices w/ Pesto (Use store bought or my recipe if you have more time!)
- Cucumbers w/ Guacamole
Simple Keto Fat Bomb Recipes
These take a little more time, but I promise they're still super simple and you can prep them all ahead!
|Turkey, Mustard, Avocado Rollups||– Deli turkey|
– Mustard of your choice
|Top 1-2 slices of turkey with an avocado slice and ~1 tsp mustard. Roll up!|
|Celery w/ Cream Cheese & Pistachios||– Celery Sticks|
– Cream Cheese
– Chopped Pistachios
|Spread celery with cream cheese and sprinkle w/ pistachios.|
|Olive Cheese Ball Skewers||– Olives|
– Mini Mozzarella Balls
– Olive Oil & Balsamic
|Skewer olives and mini mozzarella balls on a toothpick. Drizzle w/ olive oil & balsamic.|
|Prosciutto & Provolone Mini Sandwiches||– 1 halved slice provolone |
– 2 slices prosciutto
– Balsamic vinegar
|Place prosciutto on one half cheese and top with the other half cheese like a sandwich. Drizzle w/ balsamic vinegar.|
|Curried Pecans||– 1 T olive oil|
– 1 T yellow curry powder
– 2 cups pecans
|Heat olive oil & curry powder over medium heat for 3 minutes. Add pecans and cook for 3-4 minutes. Cool and store at room temperature.|
|Caprese Skewers||– Cherry tomatoes|
– Basil leaves
– Mini mozzarella balls
|Skewer cherry tomatoes, basil leaves and mozzarella balls on toothpicks|
|Prosciutto & Cream Cheese Rollups||– 4 T cream cheese|
– 2 T chopped green onions
– 4 slices prosciutto
|Mix cream cheese and green onions. Spread 1 T cream cheese mixture on each slice prosciutto and roll up.|
|Bacon & Egg Sammie||– 1 slice bacon|
– 1 slice cheddar cheese
– 1 hard boiled egg
|Sandwich 1 piece broken bacon and 1 slice cheese between 2 hard boiled egg halves.|
|White Chocolate & Pomegranate Bites||– ¼ cup cocoa butter|
– ¼ cup coconut oil
– ½ tsp vanilla
– 10 drops stevia
– 2 T pomegranate arils
|Melt cocoa butter and coconut oil over low heat (double boiler works best). Remove from heat and stir in vanilla, stevia and pomegranate arils. Pour into 6 molds or parchment lined muffin tins and chill in fridge until hardened.|
|Fudgesicles||– 1 can full fat coconut milk |
– ½ cup cocoa powder
– 15 drops stevia
– 1 tsp vanilla
– Pinch of salt
|Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Pour mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for at least 4 hours.|
|Vanilla Fudge||– ¼ cup almond butter|
– ¼ cup coconut oil
– 1 ½ tsp vanilla
– 4 T coconut flour
– ¼ tsp stevia
– Pinch of salt
– 1/3 cup chopped almonds
|Add all ingredients except almonds to a saucepan, melt and stir until blended. Remove from heat and fold in chopped almonds. Pour into 4 muffin tins and harden in fridge.|
What is the keto diet?
“Keto” refers to the ketogenic diet, a high fat, low carb way of eating. The goal of keto is to put the body in a state of ketosis, a metabolic state that efficiently burns fat for energy and turns fat into ketones, which can energize the brain.
What is a “Fat Bomb”?
A “fat bomb” is a high fat snack that helps people following the ketogenic diet eat enough fat to stay in ketosis.
Keto fat bombs can be a healthy and satisfying alternative to prepackaged snack foods, even for those who don't follow keto. Due to their high fat content, they help you stay full much longer than traditional snacks, which are often carb-based.
So how do you use fat bombs? Fat bombs are great for a quick breakfast, pre- or post-workout snack, or mid afternoon snack. Some of them also make a great dessert!
Can you meal prep fat bombs?
Yes! All of our fat bomb recipes and ideas are meal prep friendly. I'm a huge proponent of prepping healthy snacks and making them easily accessible, whether or not you're keto. After all, most of us are in a hurry when snack time comes around and tend to grab whatever's easiest.
Set yourself up for success by making sure you have easy and healthy snacks to grab! One of the best things you can do is chop up some fresh veggies at the start of every week. Even on weeks when you don't have time for a full blown meal prep session, washing and chopping your produce will go a long way toward helping you make healthy food choices throughout the week.
To take it a step further, choose one or two of the low carb snack options above and prep them for the week.
Looking for more Keto fat bomb recipes?
Make sure to check these out for more keto fat bomb recipe ideas!
Homemade Peanut Butter Cups (Replace honey with 15-20 drops stevia)
Celery w/ Paleo Ranch