How to make cheesecake fat bombs with raspberry and coconut

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Fat bombs are the most decadent part of enjoying the Keto diet. They are delicious and indulgent (typically) sugar free low carb dessert that is enjoyable at any time of day.

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cheesecake fat bombs with raspberry and coconut

Why try delicious cheesecake fat bombs?

raspberry coconut cheesecake fat bombs with cream cheese for keto diet

This is actually my first time creating a fully cheesecake fat bomb and it sure doesn’t disappoint! (I was a little worried while crafting them for the first time.) They are sweet, rich, and delicious… in fact I just finished the entire tray of them!

Typically my fat bombs are chocolate based. Even my favorite chocolate blueberry cheesecake fat bombs are mostly chocolate with a hint of cream cheese filling. I love chocolate and the antioxidant punch it packs when you know how to consume it the right way.

Did you know there are only 2 types of chocolate that are good for you? Chocolate has the highest antioxidant count of any super food known to man!

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This time I challenged myself to create something wonderful for you that fits in with a low carb high fat keto diet that is a purely cheesecake fat bomb; sans chocolate.

I settled on raspberry coconut cheesecake fat bombs to share this time. The flavors compliment each other perfectly. The cheesecake is rich and sweet, while the tart raspberry and flavorful coconut round out this fat bomb into perfection.

What are Fat Bombs?

hand holding cheesecake fat bomb with raspberries and coconut

When following a Ketogenic Diet plan almost all of your energy will be coming exclusively from fat as you need to omit almost all carbohydrates from your diet to remain in Ketosis. Get enough fat into your diet can seem tough without the right snacks and treats on hand. On a typical Ketogenic diet you will consuming about 150 grams of healthy fats per day!

To learn more about what the Ketogenic Diet is: What is the Keto Diet and Keto Dinner Recipes

A fat bomb is typically a small sweet treat (Occasionally they can be savory) filled with healthy fats including but not limited to coconut oil, cream cheese, avocado, and nut butters. Fat bombs are sugar free and typically sweetened with stevia or monk fruit as they contain no carbohydrates. A small bit of additional low carb fruits may be included which are often berries.

The carbohydrate counts for popular berries (per 100 g) are as follows:

  • Raspberry = 5
  • Strawberry = 6
  • Blackberry = 5
  • Blueberry = 12

This recipe calls for raspberries which add the perfect amount of tartness to the cheesecake base. Feel free to substitute with any other berries of your choice though.

What Ingredients are Included in this Cheesecake Fat Bomb?

ice cube tray keto cheesecake fat bombs with raspberries and coconut

Coconut Oil: High in healthy saturated fats that are known to boost weight loss and keep you fully longer. The benefits of coconut oil are seemingly endless. It helps to lower bad cholesterol while increasing the good. The fatty acids contained in coconut oil are also known to be phenomenal for brain function!

Read more about the amazing health benefits of coconut oil. Be sure you are using Organic Unrefined Extra Virgin Coconut Oil to reap all the health benefits.

Cream Cheese: Be sure you are using full fat cream cheese any time you are making a Keto Diet recipe. When our naturally fatty products are turned into their low fat or fat free counterparts, the fat is often replaced with sugar or chemicals. On the Ketogenic Diet you are attempting to eat virtually as much healthy fat as you can while eliminating anything processed, containing sugar, or chemicals. Full fat cream cheese it is then!

Coconut Flakes: Coconut flakes are full of a lot more than just healthy fats. Nutrients that coconut flakes contain are high levels of fiber, iron, and zinc! Be sure you find unsweetened coconut flakes for every Keto diet fat bomb recipe. (They’re a little harder to locate, but your health food store should have them. If not you can always pick up a big bag of Organic Shredded Coconut on Amazon!)

Stevia: Stevia is an all natural sweetener derived from the leaves of the stevia plant. It contains no sugar and is a perfect substitute for your Keto recipes.

This recipe calls for Stevia in the Raw for texture. You can get it in a big bag at any store with a fluffy texture similar to Splenda.

Raspberries: Raspberries are one of the most low carb berries and perfect to include in your cheesecake fat bombs. They are high in antioxidants, vitamins, and nutrients.


Tricks to creating these cheesecake fat bombs:

1. When you combine all the ingredients for the main cheesecake the texture will be soft yet thick. It is going to look like this.

raspberry coconut cheesecake fat bomb filling in bowl

2. This recipe is perfect to fit into an ice cube tray. The recipe fits perfectly into a 14 cube ice cube tray. If you have a different shaped silicone ice cube tray it might be worth using simply for how simple it is to remove the cheesecake fat bombs. I have a silicone tray that fits exactly 2 regular ice cubes in one and I adore using that one.

ice cube tray cheesecake fat bombs with raspberry and coconut

If you use a typical hard plastic ice cube tray, gently remove the fat bombs with a knife (as you would a cake.)

3. Enjoy these fat bombs when stored in the freezer as a candy-like dessert texture. OR store in the fridge (in a Tupperware) for a softer texture reminiscent of cheesecake.

4. The recipe calls for frozen raspberries. I’m pretty sure they will work just as well not frozen. If you make them this way please let me know your experience in the comments below!

MACROS: For the entire batch, the calorie count is 1,244, 124.5 grams of fat, 33.7 grams of carbs, and 9.5 grams of protein. If you made them into an ice cube tray as the directions call for here are the macros for each fat bomb: 89 calories, 9 grams of fat, 2.4 grams of carbs, and .7 grams of protein. 



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  1. Did I miss the nutrition facts/ macros for these? I just made them and want to input the macros in my carb manager app

    1. John, so glad you made the cream cheese fat bombs and I hope you love them! You’re right, the macros aren’t listed on there… they will be now! Here they are for you. For the entire batch, the calorie count is 1,244, 124.5 grams of fat, 33.7 grams of carbs, and 9.5 grams of protein. If you made them into an ice cube tray as the directions call for here are the macros for each fat bomb: 89 calories, 9 grams of fat, 2.4 grams of carbs, and .7 grams of protein. Hope that helps you enjoy indulging in these tasty fat bombs even more!

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