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Keto Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs (Andes Mints Copycat!)

These Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs will remind you of the yummy, minty, chocolatey flavor of Andes Mints! What better way to boost your fat intake than these tasty treats?

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There is only one thing better than chocolate keto fat bombs… chocolate keto fat bombs that taste like Andes Mints. I made these fat bombs not long after making my Keto Peppermint Mocha (Starbucks Copycat!) with the intention of capturing the flavor of that drink (minus the coffee, of course).

But as I played around with the flavor of my Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs recipe to get it juuust right, I realized… wait a sec… these taste like Andes Mints! 

Growing up, I remember eating Andes Mints most often when visiting my grandmother. I would usually go through two or three, one after another, before calling it quits and enjoying the lingering chocolate-peppermint flavor.

With only 0.36g net carbs per chocolate fat bomb, you can definitely do the same with these!

Ingredients Needed for Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs

Nutiva Coconut Manna

This stuff is seriously amazing and a must-have for the keto diet! It’s naturally sweet and turns into a deliciously creamy treat when it’s warmed.

NuNaturals Dutch Process Organic Cocoa Powder

This cocoa powder is amazing! It has a fantastic chocolate flavor without the natural bitterness found in traditional cocoa powder.

Swerve Confectioners

If you’re looking for a sugar substitute, you’ll love Swerve Confectioners! It uses (natural) sugar alcohols which have zero effect on blood sugar, meaning you can subtract them from the net carb count. (That gives Swerve zero net carbs.) It also measures just like sugar, so there isn’t any guessing about how much to use. I purchase the 48 oz. bags because they are convenient and a much better price per ounce than the 12 oz. bags.

Perfect Keto Chocolate MCT Oil Powder

This adds nutritious and energizing MCTs to the Peppermint Mocha, not to mention a delicious flavor! Use coupon code FORGETSUGARFRIDAY at checkout to get 20% off your entire order. (FYI, it’s cheaper to buy Perfect Keto products from their site than from Amazon!)

keto starbucks mct oil powder from perfect keto

Webake Silicone Fat Bomb / Chocolate Molds

I love this 2-pack of mini fat bomb molds! I use it all the time for my fat bomb recipes. Thanks to the silicone material, whatever you put in them pops out easily.

Other ingredients:

How to Make These Chocolate Fat Bombs (Keto Andes Mints Copycat!)

Step #1: In one small bowl, combine all dry ingredients and mix well.

Step 2: In another small bowl, combine melted coconut oil, melted coconut manna, and peppermint extract. Mix well to make sure the peppermint extract has been evenly distributed.

chocolate fat bombs ingredients in two bowls side to side over red towel

How to melt coconut manna: To melt coconut manna, microwave the jar (lid OFF) in 10-second bursts, stirring between each burst. You want to get to a drippy consistency. I usually get there within 30 seconds.

Step #3: Combine ingredients and mix well. (Try not to abandon the recipe now and just eat this stuff off a spoon! 😉 )

chocolate fat bombs batter in white bowl sitting on a bright red towel

Step #4: Spoon into fat bomb molds. My molds (I know many of you have picked up these same molds, so I guess “our molds”?) hold 15 fat bombs, but the batter for this recipe makes 16 fat bombs. I just treated myself to the extra fat bomb in batter form, but do what works for you.

Step #5: Freeze for at least 45 minutes. Remove from molds and enjoy!

chocolate fat bombs in a brown fat bomb mold on countertop

How to Eat These Peppermint Chocolate Fat Bombs

  • These chocolate fat bombs are perfect to enjoy over the holiday season! Who needs candy when you have easy fat bombs that taste like Andes Mints?!
  • They’re pretty small, so feel free to have two or three!

Nutrition Facts for Peppermint Chocolate Fat Bombs

Each fat bomb contains:

  • 51 calories
  • 5g fat
  • 0.36g net carbs
  • 0g protein

 

stack of chocolate fat bombs on a white background and white countertop

I leave you with a photo of my “Andes Mint” fat bombs stash. Can you tell I really like these things? 😉 (Don’t let the photo fool you… that’s a really big mug!)

chocolate fat bombs in a large mug on a countertop

Want to Learn More About MCT Oil Powder?

I’ve got a post for that. Check out my MCT Oil Powder Guide to learn more!

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Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs (Andes Mints Copycat)
Prep Time
10 mins
Freeze time
45 mins
Total Time
55 mins
 

These nutritious fat bombs really do taste like Andes Mints! They're satisfying and refreshing.

Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American, Western
Keyword: chocolate fat bombs, mint fat bombs
Servings: 16
Calories: 51 kcal
Instructions
  1. In one small bowl, combine all dry ingredients and mix well.

  2. In another small bowl, combine melted coconut oil, melted coconut manna, and peppermint extract. Mix well to make sure the peppermint extract has been evenly distributed.

  3. Combine dry and wet ingredients and mix well.

  4. Spoon into fat bomb molds. (The molds I recommend have 15 slots, but this recipe makes 16 fat bombs. Make an additional fat bomb or enjoy the remaining batter!)

  5. Freeze for at least 45 minutes. Remove from molds and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

How to melt coconut manna: To melt coconut manna, microwave the jar (lid OFF) in 10-second bursts, stirring between each burst. You want to get to a drippy consistency. I usually get there within 30 seconds.

Nutrition Facts
Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs (Andes Mints Copycat)
Amount Per Serving
Calories 51 Calories from Fat 45
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 5g 8%
Saturated Fat 4g 20%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 1mg 0%
Potassium 10mg 0%
Total Carbohydrates 1.18g 0%
Dietary Fiber 0.81g 3%
Sugars 0g
Protein 0g 0%
Vitamin C 0.1%
Calcium 0.2%
Iron 1.1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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    • Hi Cindy! They wouldn’t taste exactly the same, but you can try using all coconut oil (instead of oil + manna) and all cocoa powder (instead of cocoa powder + MCT oil powder). You will need to add more Swerve to compensate for the loss of sweetness (the manna is naturally sweet and the MCT oil powder is sweetened). If you give it a try, let me know!

  • I didn’t see the coconut manna listed in the “Ingredients Needed”. Only in the “How to Make” and the actual recipe. Was a little confusing. I’m still looking forward to making them and eating them!!

    • Hi Amy, My apologies! I somehow missed that completely. Thank you for letting me know — I’ve corrected it now. Enjoy!

  • Melt in your mouth delicious without the guilt! Thank you for this little treasure. I bought the Keto MCT powder for this recipe and now I know I need a monthly auto shipment!

  • Hi Cindy, this is probably going to be one of those really “dumb” questions, but…I don’t have any peppermint extract, but I do have some peppermint oil. Whadda’ ya think?

    • Hi Joel, I don’t have much experience with cocoa butter so I can’t advise you one way or another, but it would be worth a try. However, coconut manna is naturally sweet, so you will need to add more sweetener (to taste) if you use cocoa butter. If you try it, let me know what you think!

    • Hi Kelle, Absolutely! Swerve Confectioners –> stevia conversions can be a bit tricky since stevia brands differ, so I would start with 1/8 tsp stevia and go from there by taste. They will be a bit smaller since you’ll lose the volume of the Swerve, but they’ll still taste great!

    • Hi Jodi! These can be safely stored at room temperature, but I put mine in the fridge or freezer to keep them fresh as long as possible.

    • Hi Kelly Jo! The flavor will be a bit different, and you may need to add more sweetener since coconut manna is naturally sweet, but you definitely could do that. Anything with butter is a “go” in my book! 😉

    • Hi Becky! Thank you! Using MCT oil instead of MCT oil powder will change the texture. If you don’t have MCT oil powder, you can replace the powder with 1 tbsp + 1 tsp cocoa powder and 2 tsp Swerve Confectioners. The flavor won’t be exactly the same, but similar. Enjoy!

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