Sweet and delicious Maple Bite Fat Bombs are going to be your new favorite treat! This recipe is dense and the maple flavor makes them very tasty. I love the smell and taste of maple it just makes everything better. The smell reminds me of breakfast at a diner. If you love sweet treats on keto, you are sure going to love these. The best part is they don’t have much calories or fat, so you can have a couple. When I am having a sweet treat I can’t just have one.
These bad boys are dairy free! Dairy can be very inflammatory and I do my best to limit it as much as possible. But coconut sure makes it up, and the coconut used in this recipe makes them taste amazing. In this recipe I used Maple Extract and Coconut Butter. I really love these two ingredients because they are so full of flavor.
Have you used coconut butter in any of your recipes? Or have you made a recipe that called for it? I would love to hear your thoughts on it in the comments below. I love to snack on coconut butter, it is so tasty and a great fat source. Coconut butter can be hard to get out of the jar, but all you gotta do is follow these steps. Put a small pot of boiling water on the stove, and place in it. Just put the heat on medium and it will melt in the jar. Now you can scoop it out as needed, and repeat every time you use it.
The perfect Fat Bomb treat!
I like to store them in the freezer to make sure they stay hard, but they are easy to eat. You can also leave them in the fridge as well, they may just get a little soft. I was inspired to make this recipe from Little Bits of Real Food recipe on her blog. They just looked so good I had to make a low carb version.
I am so happy that winter is finally passing and spring is here. I have been really loving the rain, and am looking forward to planting a garden this year. This will help me to keep fresh herbs around and not having to throw them away and buy new ones all the time. They always go bad so fast.
Another Dairy Free Dessert Here!
- Melt the almond butter, coconut oil, coconut butter in a sauce pan.
- Combine all of the ingredients and mix together well.
- Roll into balls with your hands or a cooking dough scoop.
- place in freezer on parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Freeze for about an hour and store in freezer.
Net Carbs: 0.4 per serving
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1 ball
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 104 Total Fat: 9.2g Saturated Fat: 5.6g Sodium: 15.7mg Carbohydrates: 3.8g Fiber: 2.4g Sugar: 1g Protein: 2.1g
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