Shut the front door because this peanut butter chocolate keto fat bomb recipe is da bomb! I’m not a fan of peanut butter but I swear to you, these are better than Reese’s. I’m not just saying that because they came out of my kitchen, though most everything that I make is super good. Maybe that’s how we got where we are? haha Just kidding. We got fat because we ate way too much fast food and drank way too much soda while we surfed the internet from our desks all the time.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Keto Fat Bomb Recipe
It might sound like this peanut butter chocolate keto fat bomb recipe is a cut and dry recipe but it took some experimenting. I got the idea from a recipe that I ran across on the internet but it needed some tweaking. Remember? I change everything to fit my liking, so I have many variations of recipes depending on the mood I’m in. After a couple of batches–hey! I had to get the recipe right, right? I figured out the perfect recipe.
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As you can see in the picture, you’ll need a few of these molds for this recipe. The ones I linked above are the ones pictured here, which are the same as the ones used in the video.
What I like about the trays
These are silicone trays so the candies will pop right out of them when it’s time to get them out and they’re easy to wash and take up no space at all.
You can stack them in the freezer (or fridge or where ever) but I’d recommend laying them side by side or allowing them more time to freeze/cool (depending on what you’re making).
One word of caution is that the cavities on all three trays are deep and filling them at the level that is pictured was a bit too much for the peanut butter centers. I’d only fill them about 1/3 of the way full for this particular recipe.
What’s the damage for this peanut butter chocolate keto fat bomb recipe?
The recipe yields 45 pieces of candy so the macros below are PER PIECE OF CANDY for this peanut butter chocolate keto fat bomb recipe. To get the macros (in case you change the recipe or use different candy molds or have different ingredients), you add up ALL of the ingredients and divide it out by how many pieces (servings) you get. But if you get the candy molds from above, this is what you will end up with, assuming you use the natural peanut butter and similar coconut oil. Different brands may have different macros. You can see what I used by looking at the pictures.
- Calories- 58
- Fat- 4.8g
- Carbs- 0.8g
- Protein 5.9g
Again, this is PER piece. These are fat bombs so they will be higher in calories and fat but even still, these aren’t bad. You just have to be careful not to eat too many because they are freakin’ delicious!
Two Ingredients Not Mentioned Above
One ingredient not pictured is the chocolate that I used because I forgot to get a pic. I used Hershey’s Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips and yes, I did use almost the whole bag which is included in the macros above. For the liquid artificial sweetener, I used EZ Sweetz because they taste like real sugar but you can use whatever you have or like, but it DOES have to be LIQUID.
Check out my video on our YouTube channel so you can see how to make them. It’s super easy, just many steps but the video shows everything you need to do so you can enjoy these yummy treats, or I could ship them to you for a fee. 😉
If you run into problems or have questions about this peanut butter chocolate keto fat bomb recipe, feel free to shoot us an email at wifey @ thatketokouple.com or catch us on social media. We’re always happy to help you in your weight loss journey. Check out the recipe card below for a full list of ingredients and instructions and happy cooking!
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