Fat bombs can be made in about any flavor you want and any fat ratio you want. You can make them sweet or savory, small or large….
This is about sweet fat bomb, because I am a candy junkie, and not only do these provide the fat I need, they help replace the candy I don’t eat any longer.
- All of these can be sweetened to your taste, remember you can always add more, you can’t take it away. Cocoa is bitter and needs a little more sweet (in my opinion)
- Silicone IS your friend…Parchment paper is almost as good.
- Your mixture may separate as it cools, leaving a white layer on top. it’s just the fats and is still yummy.
- Finished product should be kept cold as it will get gooey and runny if warmed.
Chocolate Bomb –
50% Coconut Oil to 50% Cocoa = Chocolate Base
1.5-3 Tablespoons of sweetener per 1/2 Cup of Cocoa
Add in any flavors or textures you want
Melt coconut oil to a liquid, add in cocoa and sweetener and mix until smooth. Add in extracts, nuts, coconut as desired and pour into silicone candy molds or a parchment paper lined pan. Put flat in fridge or freezer until cooled and solidified.
Coconut Butter Bomb –
Coconut butter is what happens when you grind up coconut flakes into a smooth creamy paste. It can be made or bought.
50% Coconut Oil to 50% Coconut Butter = Coconut Base
1-3 Tablespoons of sweetener per 1/2 cup TOTAL of coconut base.
If you want more coconut, you can add shredded coconut to mixture
Melt coconut oil to a liquid, add in warmed, softened coconut butter and sweetener and mix until smooth. Add in extracts, nuts, coconut as desired and pour into silicone candy molds or a parchment paper lined pan. Put flat in fridge or freezer until cooled and solidified.
Peanut Butter Bomb –
2 parts Coconut Oil to 1 part Peanut Butter = Peanut Butter Base
1-3 Tablespoons of sweetener per 1/2 cup TOTAL of peanut butter base
You can even do layers…make a chocolate bomb and while it’s cooling make a peanut butter bomb and pour on top of the cooled chocolate later. PEANUT BUTTER CUP!!!
Think flavors –
- Extracts like vanilla, mint, orange…
- Oils like cinnamon, peppermint…
- Syrups (SF coffee syrups) like vanilla, caramel, hazelnut…
- Nuts, coconut flakes, seeds, berries…
- Make them creamy with a little cream cheese, butter, sour cream, or heavy cream…