Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs

Creamy Cheesecake fat bombs are bites of heaven and a keto dieter’s dream with 0 carbs!! Top with chocolate or coconut and enjoy these low-carb fat bombs to satisfy your sweet tooth without sacrificing flavor. Keto Cheesecake Fat BombsMy sweet tooth is my biggest weakness on the keto diet because sometimes you just need something sweet to munch on. I don’t mind giving up bread, rice and just about everything else but a girl needs her dessert.

These cheesecake fat bombs are perfect for when you’re craving something sweet. They are bite size and will help with the sweet cravings without sacrificing taste or flavor. They are fluffy, creamy and taste just like cheesecake! Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs

To Make Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs You Will Need:

  • cream cheese
  • butter
  • coconut oil (or heavy cream)
  • keto sweetener
  • vanilla

How To Make Cheesecake Fat Bombs

These fat bombs are SUPER easy to make and come together in minutes. Simply beat all the ingredients until fully combined and place into molds or drop onto a baking sheet using a cake scooper. Freeze for a few minutes or refrigerate until they are set and you’re good to go!

Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs

What Molds Should I use?

Anything you have on hand should always be the first option. If you have a mini cupcake pan then go for it because it makes perfect bite-size portions. Silicon cupcake pans are perfect for fat bombs because you can pop the fat bombs right out when they are done. You can purchase them on amazon here.

The 2nd option would be to simply freeze the entire batter for an hour then scoop with an ice cream scooper into balls.

What Keto Friendly Sweetener Should I Use?

POWDERED erythritol is my absolute favorite keto sweetener because it can be used to replace sugar 1:1 for most recipes and it does not leave a bitter after taste. Monk fruit sweetener or Swerve are also great options and for those wondering, 8-10 drops of Stevia also work great!

To Store Fat Bombs:

Cover in an air-tight container and refrigerate for up to 2 weeks. Enjoy cold!

Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs

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Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs

Fluffy, creamy and Sweet keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs come together in just minutes and make the most delicious keto dessert! 

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword cheesecake, desserts, fat bombs, keto
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 24 Fat Bombs
Calories 107 kcal

Ingredients

  • 8 oz Cream cheese at room temperature
  • 4 oz butter melted (or heavy cream)
  • 4 oz coconut oil room temp (or heavy cream*)
  • 2-3 tablespoons erythritol
  • 2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Baking chocolate or coconut for decorating

Instructions

  1. Add all the ingredients to a medium mixing bowl. Beat with an electric mixer for 1-2 minutes or until mix through and creamy.

  2. Scoop batter using an ice-cream scooper into mini cupcake pan (lined or unlined). Place in the fridge to set for 1-2 hours or in the freezer for up to 30 minutes.

  3. Remove from cupcake tins and transfer into an air-tight container. refrigerate for up to 2 weeks.

Recipe Video

Recipe Notes

*To replace with heavy cream, replace only the coconut oil OR butter with heavy cream.

*If you do not have a mini cupcake pan, place the mixed batter into the freezer until it is firm then scoop batter to form balls.

Nutrition Facts
Keto Cheesecake Fat Bombs
Amount Per Serving (1 Fat Bomb (0 carbs!))
Calories 107 Calories from Fat 99
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 11g 17%
Saturated Fat 8g 40%
Cholesterol 20mg 7%
Sodium 64mg 3%
Potassium 13mg 0%
Vitamin A 4.9%
Calcium 1%
Iron 0.2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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    Sandy White

    These were very good! Thank you for the recipe

    Sheila

    I made these, using only one tablespoon of butter three tablespoons of HWC and 2 tablespoons of Jello sugarfree cheese cake pudding mix. I have a 1 1/2 TBS cookie scoop so my servings were less than above, but they came out fantastic! Making more today and am going to add pecans. To get the macros per serving, I just totaled the vales for all of the ingrdients and divided by the servings I made.

    MLK

    I am confused… the net carbs on these say much lower than what they should be? There are carbs in all – Cream Cheese, stevia, Vanilla. What are the net carbs for this entire recipe?

    Jessica M Dolan

    THEY’RE SETTIng up now. They are very thing, and so far they have little flavor or sweetness. I find most fat bombs are more flavorful after they sit for a while, so we’ll see 🙂

    landon

    Both cream cheese and the sweetener have carbs… shouldnt there be about 1gm carbs in each bomb?

    Connie

    I made according to directions, but the coconut oil set up and was a little chunky, in the final mix. It still tastes yummy, but a little chunky. What will remedy this?

    Anne

    I made this recipe exactly as instructed, w/ the butter and Coconut oil. I added a pinch of salt, and a few drops of lemon juice to amp up the zing a little. The sweetener I use is an Inulin/Stevia blend I love (called Just like Sugar- getting very hard to find). It did come out very runny as other commenters mentioned, but I put it into a container and refrigerated it, then scooped it with my Pampered Chef small cookie dough scoop into mini muffin papers at the bottom of which I placed 1/2 of a walnut. They came out sooo sooo sooo good! Very Creamy and cheesecake like. The walnut gives a little traction to hold them. They don’t taste coconuty like many of the fat bobms I’ve made. I think I might try a little cocoa in the next batch to see if they would taset like chocolate cheesecake! Yum! Thanks for the recipe!

    Cheryl PALMER

    WHENCOMBINING THE INGREDIENTS THEY CAME OUT VERY RUNNY. I THINK IT WAS THE 4 oz coconut OIL (AT ROOM TEMPERATRE). i STILL PUT THEM IN A CANDY MOLD AND FROZE THEM. tHEY DID TASTE LIKE OILY BUT COULD TASTE THE CHEESECAKEY FLAVOR.

    DID ANYONE ELSE HAVE THE SAME THING HAPPEN?

      trish

      Idid not melt my butter-just softened it and kept my coconut oil in a solid state as well. they did not turn out runny.

    Cheryl

    WHENCOMBINING THE INGREDIENTS THEY CAME OUT VERY RUNNY. I THINK IT WAS THE 4 oz coconut OIL (AT ROOM TEMPERATRE). i STILL PUT THEM IN A CANDY MOLD AND FROZE THEM. tHEY DID TASTE LIKE OILY BUT COULD TASTE THE CHEESECAKEY FLAVOR.

    DID ANYONE ELSE HAVE THE SAME THING HAPPEN?

    Amy

    Tried these with a couple ground up strawberries too. Oh my goodness! Makes keto so much easier! Thank you very much!

      Amy

      Oh P.S. if you dont have a long time to get the cream cheese to room temperature… melt the butter then put the cream cheese in the butter for a few minutes. It softens nicely.

    Marcia

    There is no value for volume/mass, how do you know how much ‘one’ is?

      Layla

      It’s hard to pinpoint how much each fat bomb weighs because that will depend on how large you make them. would suggest dividing the calories by the number of cake bombs that you make.

    Toni

    I bought GRANULATED erythritol and Am wondering if i cant dissikve it in the warmed butter of coconut oil. WilL it still not work well?

      Layla

      This recipe works best with powdered erythritol. I would do as you said and whisk it with the butter in order to make t easier to mix through.

      Lisa A Heberling

      place the granulated erythritol in a food processor and grind it up to powdered, then use it.

    Lela Johnson

    i think if it didn’t have that much butter it’d taste better. I made it exactly to the T and it’s just too buttery tasting. Good texture though. I’ll have to try the heavy cream instead.

      Shelia

      I agree the butter taste was overweening I’m gonna use heavy cream in place of butter and the oil next time I had throw mine away the butter taste was way too much and gross

        Shelia F Booker

        Overwhelming I can’t spell today

    Crystal Eudy

    There is protien in cream cheese and carbs….

      Strawberie

      I was surprisEd when i Made The nutrition facts thRough the fitness app .-.

      I already made it so i’ll just eat it as a treat.

    CaRly

    Just what I was looking for 🙂 easy to make and holy moly they were so good. I could nOt find heavy cream at the store – only heavy whiPping cream – do this change The carb aMount? Thanks for the great Recipe!

      tINA

      nO, THERE SHOULD BE ZERO CARBS IN hEAVY wHIPPING cREAM.

    Momof7

    I just made these i forgot the vanilla and forgot to melt the butter so i have these wonderful tiny bits of butter i added 2Tbls cocoa powder and they came out amazing i got 32 1 Tbls servings
    Thanks for sharing this i love it !

    Kat

    this recipe is super easy to make. I found that after adding all ingredients together it tasted tangy. To fix this I added a bit more of the unsweetened chocolate.

    Ewill

    Stupid question, powdered or granulated sweetener… does it matter?

      Layla

      Use the powdered version!

      JL

      not a stupid question einstein. not everyone knows that granulated doesn’t incorporate as well as powdered, and has a tendency to not breakdown and solidify, unlike you, brainiac

        luna

        I’m sorry I tried to read your comment several different ways and each time it still seemed rude.

    Lynn

    These are fabulous!!! I DIDN’T use cream only butter and coconut oil. I used my own sugar substitute. I used my pampered chef scoop and scooped everythIng onTo a regular flat cookie sheet. I put it in the freezer and then afterwards i placed them in the freezer in a container so i Can grab when i want. WonderFul!

    Jackie

    I’m confused on why there are no carbs, since there are carbs in erythritol. Is it because they tablespoons are spread out over 24 fat bombs?
    sorry if this is in caps, can’t change it on my end.

      Rebecca Smith

      From what I understand, the carbs in erythritol and xylitol etc. Are NOt digestible, so they are physically there in the food, but pass through the digestive system without breaking down and entering the body.

    Tamara

    Omg! These are to die for! I made them with butter, heavy cream, cream cheese. I added some unsweeted coconut too. They turned out so good i have a terrible time staying out oF theM. I ate my last 8 yesterday! Yes, i said 8.😢

    Making some more tonight. Going to make some with chocolate too.

    I do keep them frozen And put a few in the microwave for a few seconds. They stay solid in the fridge too. I even took them to work with an ice pack in my lunch bag and they held up. I have an hour commute.

    Rachel

    Its too runny. DOESN’T set. I did not uSe substitutes.

      Jj

      I just made these. They were very runny, so put them in the fridge for a few minutes TO HARDEN A BIT, and they scooped out just fine….holding their shape. I made them just as shown. Next time will make with cream vs. coconut oil.

      cHOPPED UP SOME SUGAR FREE CHOCOLATE CHIPS FOR THE TOPPING ON HALF. sPRINKLED SOME NUTMEG ON THE OTHER HALF. iN THE FREEZER NOW. wILL BE ENJOYING SOON. i USUALLY NEED A FAT BOMB EVERT DAY TO BRING MY FAT COUNT UP, SO THESE SHOULDN’T LAST TERRIBLY LONG!!

      i USED A SMALL COOKIE SCOOP, AND GOT 22 BOMBS. fUN AND EASY TO MAKE.

    Heidi

    Thank you for this recipe. I enjoyed it very much! The only suggestion I have is to make sure the coconut oil is melted or it doesn’t combine well with the other ingredients. (My coconut oil is still solid at room temperature.)

    As a side note, when I added the ingredients into my carb count calculator it came up as 0.5 g carbs per serving.

    Mike

    Could i use Monk fruit? Sorry for the caps

      Layla

      Yes, you should be able to use monk fruit sweetener!

    tonya

    Doesn’t heavy cream have carbs?

      Layla

      Yes, heavy cream has about 6-7 grams per cup but per serving, it’s less than a gram. It’s high fat and a good keto choice esp for your coffee!

    Echo

    How many carbs are in each one?

      Layla

      There are no carbs in these fat bombs!

        MLK

        Hi,
        How is that possible when there are carbs in the ingredients?

        MLK

        My comment keeps bouncing out. How are there no carbs in this when there are carbs in the ingredients?

      Momof7

      I used heavy cream and made 32. 1 tbls servings that came out to 1.1 net carbs
      I also added 2 tbls cocoa powder and left out the vanilla only cause i forgot