These 4-ingredient chocolate keto brownie bombs are dangerously delicious!
And unlike the original Fat Bombs Recipe, you can make these without coconut oil!
This is on of my personal favorite recipes.
**For more of my favorite recipes, see Here’s What I Eat In A Day.
I’ve been eating them nonstop for the past few months, and the only reason it’s taken me so long to share is that I don’t usually bother to measure the ingredients.
I’ll just throw everything together (I sometimes like to add chia seeds as well) and break off pieces of dough whenever I pass through the kitchen. It’s hard to stay away!
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The best part about the recipe is that you can customize it to suit your own personal tastes.
For example, I’m a fan of extremely dark and bitter chocolate, so I don’t add much sweetener.
But I let my mom try my version once, and she said to “Please Katie, never put that on the blog!”
So there’s that ??.
Other customization ideas include stirring in a handful of mini chocolate chips, chopped peanuts, chia or hemp seeds, or shredded coconut at the very end, adding melted chocolate or coconut oil before blending to give them a truffle-like richness, or you could even dip them in chocolate or coconut butter if you’re feeling really fancy!
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Keto Brownie Bombs
- 1 cup nut butter of choice, or allergy friendly
- 2/3 cup cocoa powder
- 4-5 tbsp sweetener of choice, or as desired
- 1/4 tsp salt
- optional mini chocolate chips
- optional 2 tbsp coconut oil
- Blend everything together in a food processor—scraping down the sides as needed—until it forms a smooth dough. Roll into balls. If you've added melted chocolate or coconut oil, refrigerate just until they are firm enough to scoop into balls with a mini cookie scoop. I haven’t tried the recipe in a blender and am not sure it would work, but be sure to report back if you experiment!View Nutrition Facts
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