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Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

The glorious combination of chocolate and peanut butter

You folks know that I love the combination of chocolate and peanut butter, I’ve even made a delicious chocolate peanut butter mug cake. Today however, I’m making a fat bomb. Yes, you heard right. I’ve always been against fat bombs. I wondered why people are unable to hit their fat macros, why it was so hard to cook with butter or just pour over some olive oil on the meal you were eating. I guess over time I’ve gotten soft and more understanding. Fat takes some getting used to. From being constantly told that fat is bad to having to eat it in much larger quantities is quite daunting for some people. Hence fat bombs. So today I’m whipping up a delicious chocolate and peanut butter fat bomb.

It’s really just dessert

Now that I’ve made them and eaten them, I’m no longer against them. If I am being honest, it’s just another Keto dessert. I’d compare this to eating a piece of chocolate after a meal, which is something I always used to do. It’s a nice small size but it hits the fat macros and also the spot. So I guess this really opens up a world of small dessert items. I no longer need to bake a full cake and frost it and worry about my inability to not eat the whole thing. I can just make a bunch of these and they can be my go to dessert after a meal. Much easier for portion control too. I think we can really play around with different flavour combinations but I guess next on the list is those cheese cake style fat bombs perhaps? You let me know.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

Nutrition Info (Per serving)

  • Calories: 183
  • Net Carbs: 1g
  • Carbs: 2g
  • Fat: 19g
  • Protein: 2g
  • Fiber: 1g

This recipe makes 4 servings. Get this recipe on myfitnesspal.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

A delicious chocolate and peanut butter dessert
4.55 from 20 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine General
Servings 4 servings



  • Melt the cocoa butter in bursts of 30 seconds in the microwave. You can also use a double boiler.
  • Add in the peanut butter and mix well. If the peanut butter is too thick or not mixing, then microwave for 30 seconds and blend together.
  • Sift in the powdered erythritol and cocoa powder and mix well.
  • Taste for sweetness and add in a pinch of salt
  • Pour into molds or cupcake liners and put in the fridge/freezer to set
  • Enjoy
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  1. Sea salt in chocolate is THE BEST! I’ve used smoked sea salt or habenero sea salt in chocolates recently. If you can get your hands on some it’s worth the indulgence.

  2. Just made this recipe. Loved it!

    Sahil, your per-serving nutrition info is too high though. Even according to the imported MFP recipe it’s only 183 calories and 1g net carbs per serving (as opposed to the 345 calories / 6g net carbs you have shown above). That’s great news. 🙂

    1. haha yes I copy pasted that section from another recipe for the formatting and forgot to edit it, I’ve done it now. Should reflect the correct macros.

  3. I wanted to let you know that the Amazon link to the cocoa butter is one that is for external use only. I’ll be making this soon! Love your recipes! Thank you!

  4. Hello from Australia.
    What more can I say except this is divine!
    It is so so good. It’s my favourite all time fat bomb recipe and I’ve made quite a few.

    Appreciate all your efforts in sharing these recipes and helping the greater Keto family. Thankyou.

    Thats enough of my jibber jabber.

  5. Hi! Cocoa butter isn’t available in Pakistan (as far as I’ve searched). What can I substitute cocoa butter with?

  6. Hi! First time commenting. Love all your recipes and it’s so entertaining to watch you. 🙂
    Quick question… would it be okay to sub in coconut butter for the cocoa butter?
    Rock on!

  7. I’m going to give this a try today. Looks yummy. Thanks so much for your recipes and vlogs. Love watching your down to earth info.

  8. I made those today, substituted coconut oil for the cocoa butter. They are so delicious! Thank you for the amazing recipe!

  9. Oh Ya! These were even better than your words could convey. I’m new to Keto and these were the first Fat Bombs I ever made. I love chocolate and peanut butter together. Now I have to admit I was going to try some one else’s because they put the peanut butter inside the chocolate cup that was already formed, but then I was just plain lazy and said to myself, Sahil’s is easier, I’ll make his.
    I am so glad I did. I didn’t have cocoa butter so used coconut oil successfully. I also used almond butter because that’s what I had opened. I seriously wanted to eat all 5 of the mini bars from my mold. Sooooo good. Thanks. Now I must go make more…now.

  10. I absolutely love this recipe – I’ve made the peanut butter version twice and then used the base chocolate to make mint flavored bombs. Thanks so much for sharing your delicious recipes and great tips.

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