Chocolate Fat Bombs

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These chocolate fat bombs are a modified recipe from my friend Megan Kelly. She has an incredible site Renewing All Things – Biblically Based Health, Nutrition and Lifestyle specializing in neurobiology, healing, and mental health.

If you enjoy recipes like this, you may be interested in my advanced nutrition and recipe book the Keto Metabolic Breakthrough.

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Chocolate Fat Bombs




Yield 10 Fat Bombs


Optional Ingredients:


Step #1:  In a small pan, heat coconut butter and coconut oil on low

Step #2:  Remove from heat and add the shredded coconut, cacao powder, vanilla and stir it all together until it turns to a chocolate paste.

Step #3:  Fill mini muffin tins OR small silicon molds with mixture.

Step #4:  Freeze for 30 min – 1 hour and enjoy!


***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above**  

**Nutritional info does not include optional ingredients. 

Courses Snack or Dessert

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 fat bomb

Amount Per Serving

Calories 222

% Daily Value

Total Fat 23 g


Total Carbohydrates 5 g


Dietary Fiber 3 g


Protein 1 g


* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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Notes For This Recipe

You can use these silicone molds. They are nice to have on hand as they work really well to make healthy gummies or other chocolate recipes.  Feel free to use a nut butter instead of coconut butter or use this combination of coconut and almond butter

You can also use organic mini muffin liners if you want more of a peanut butter cup experience.  These taste great with or without the stevia, but the stevia definitely brings a greater flavor experience so try it out and see if you like the extra flavor or not.  For some, they enjoy a pinch of pink salt in it as well to round out the flavor of the stevia.

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Dr Jockers Comments

These chocolate fat bombs are a great tasting, fat burning snack that can be used throughout the day to support your ketogenic journey and improve your energy levels.  It is super simple to make, and you can easily store them in the refrigerator for days.

The combination of coconut fats and cacao is one of the best food pairings in the world.  Coconut fats are easy on the digestive system as they are mostly MCT’s that turn quickly into ketones to fuel the brain and body.  Raw cacao is rich in theobromine and polyphenol antioxidants that improve blood supply to the brain and enhance the production and utilization of key neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin.

This combination of healthy fats and polyphenolic antioxidants improves your mood, memory and mental drive.  You will see performance improvements using these fat bombs on a consistent basis!  If you want a sugar-free, sweet flavor to add to this mix than stevia works wonderfully with this!

These are great for busy moms who want their kids to eat healthy as you can make a bunch and store them for days and the kids can simply grab them out of the fridge.  Try this recipe out as a stand-alone lunch or a snack and let us know how you enjoyed it!

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  1. To print the recipe, I printed out more than 13 pages of adds..Please format recipes so they print on a page or two..

    1. mc, if you just select with your cursor the recipe only, you can either put it into a Word document and fix it, or go to print preview by right clicking after selecting the text you want printed , choose “as selected on screen”. And print. You won’t get the stuff you didn’t select.

    1. Why use carob when cocoa is so healthy for you and taste SO much better. We used to use carob long ago before we understood the benefits of cocoa.

  2. Hi,
    My name is Mike. Just wondering if you will be putting out any info on the keto diet with regards to eating for your blood type. Ex: Blood type A should eat very little fat and more carbs.(at least according to the “eat right for your type” theory. No one seems to be considering this. I would like to learn more about it (if there is anything to it).
    Thank you

    1. Hey Mike! Thanks for bringing this up. I personally have not found this way of eating to be important. In fact, the very foods I was not supposed to eat based on my blood type were the primary foods I ate to get well when I was struggling with my health! Testing for your unique food sensitivities may be a more relevant way of looking at it.

  3. I’m not a fan of the taste of coconut, so would hemp hearts be a suitable substitute for the coconut?

  4. Glad to see Dr Jockers comment on eating by blood type. I’ve had the same experience. I need to eat a good amount of a variety of proteins to be healthy. Can’t wait to make your chocolate fat bombs… i know they’ll be yummy & just what i need…

  5. So…..Coconut is not for me. I get headaches and bad reactions to coconut. What can I substitute for the coconut oil/butter/milk/flakes in Keto and Paleo recipes??…..I honestly need to know soon as my weight keeps dropping and I am now VERY underweight/eczema for the last year/goiter + slightly hyper thyroid/hairloss….I am not getting answers from my eight conventional doctors….they say “Sorry….but looking at your bloodwork….you are the healthiest unhealthy person I have ever seen.” SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME😩

  6. I have a question that is off-target. I have a garlic intolerance that developed later in life. What could I do about that?

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