Craving a chocolate fudge brownie? On the keto diet? Then you’ve got to check out these easy keto chocolate brownie fat bombs! They are so rich and fudgy, they’ll satisfy all those sweet cravings without all the carbs. They are simple to make and even easier to eat. Try this keto dessert recipe tonight!
Keto Chocolate Fudge Brownie Fat Bombs
These keto fudge brownie fat bombs are an easy keto chocolate dessert recipe that you will love! They are little low-carb bites of fudgy brownies that will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth.
These fat bombs are a great dessert to munch on after dinner – and they are the perfect sweet snack to get you through a long afternoon.
Chocolate brownie fat bombs are simple to prepare, have minimal carbs, and as always — are gluten-free and sugar-free. They’re perfect for meal prep too. You can make a batch and store them in your fridge or freezer to enjoy all week long!
Ingredients in Keto Brownie Fat Bombs
Like most keto fat bombs, this recipe combines a higher-fat content base ingredient with other flavorful ingredients like sweetener, vanilla, and cocoa.
For these fudge brownie fat bombs, you’ll use common ingredients like butter or coconut oil, along with:
Almond Flour. For this recipe, I recommend a finely ground blanched almond flour for the best results. If you can, look for “super-fine” almond flour for the lightest flour. I like an almond flour from Bob’s Red Mill or Wellbee’s brand, which is available online in larger bags.
Cocoa Powder. Your chocolate fat bombs — not to mention all of your other baking recipes — will be richer and more flavor all if you skip the low-fat supermarket variety cocoa powders in favor of a higher-fat, upgraded version like this one. So good!
Sweetener. For these fat bombs, I actually don’t mind the slight texture of granulated sweetener — it’s more like a traditional brownie batter. But, if you want a smoother result, feel free to use powdered sweetener. The brand I reach for is Swerve Confectioners. You can also make your own powdered sweetener by blitzing granulated sweetener in a high-powered blender.
How to Make Keto Chocolate Brownie Fat Bombs
Making these low-carb brownie fat bombs is super easy. The number one thing to remember is that your ingredients should be at room temperature for the smoothest results.
I like to start by whisking the butter (or coconut oil) and sweetener together first, just to make sure it’s really smooth. Then, I add the rest of the ingredients and stir until they’re well combined.
To mix all the ingredients up, you can use an electric mixer, a food processor, or even a spatula and some elbow grease.
And then to portion the fat bombs, I like to use a little 2 tbsp cookie scoop. I like it because it just makes the whole process super easy and mess-free.
How to Store Chocolate Fat Bombs
You can store these chocolate brownie fat bombs in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4-5 days. Alternatively, you can freeze them in an airtight container and they will remain fresh for 2-3 months.
If you decide to freeze them, you’ll want to thaw them in the fridge before enjoying.
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Other Keto Fat Bomb Recipes
- Keto Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fat Bombs
- Pumpkin Pie Fat Bombs
- Toasted Coconut Keto Fat Bombs
- Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs
- Keto Everything Bagel Fat Bombs
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Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 85Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 19mgCarbohydrates: 2gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. Carb count will vary with different ingredients and brands. It should not be considered as a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.