Chocolate almonds are one of my favorite treats…but the kind you buy at the store are filled with sugar and other junk that isn’t helping you lose weight on your low carb, high fat plan. Make this easy & tasty treat instead!
Halloween is almost here! Ditch all of the temptations for high sugar chocolate that will only lead to weight gain … and make these delicious treats that help burn fat instead! You can add these to lined mini cupcake tins or even cute little pumpkin molds.
I’ve been looking for a keto snack bar that had ingredients I loved. Since I couldn’t find exactly the right mix for me, I made my own! These definitely pair well with my afternoon bulletproof bone broth.
These new fat bombs are similar to one of my favorite fat bombs – maple pecan fat bombs, but with just a few changes to make a tasty difference. Since I’ve been dealing with some lingering food sensitivities, I swapped a few ingredients so I can still get these delicious fat bombs into my day.
When you take 2 of your favorite fat bombs and mix in some delicious Nui cookies, you wind up with a whole batch of deliciousness! These are St. Patrick’s themed fat bombs that you’re definitely going to want to try.
While I don’t add more artificial sweeteners to my recipes, these treats are still sweet enough when you add in dark chocolate, cream cheese and delicious crumbled cookies. If you like an even sweeter treat, add your sweetener of choice to the chocolate sauce or cream cheese filling.
I love adding fat bombs to my day that are mostly made of coconut oil because it’s great at burning stored body fat! While orange and chocolate may sound like a strange combo, these fat bombs remind me of an orange Tootsie Pop. They’re also very addicting, so beware!
While cookie dough fresh from the package is delicious, it’s definitely not keto friendly. These keto cookie dough balls – they’ve got your cookie dough craving covered. And they’re made to be eaten as is…no raw cookie dough warnings required!