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Keto Blueberry Cream Pie Fat Bombs

These oh-so-yummy Keto Blueberry Cream Pie Fat Bombs will give you the amazing flavor of blueberry cream pie without kicking you out of ketosis!

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I kind of have a love affair with fat bombs going on. I mean, what’s not to love? They’re small morsels of keto deliciousness and you can make them in pretty much any flavor.

For this fat bomb recipe (which I actually photographed 9+ months ago and am finally posting… better late than never, right?), I decided to go with a blueberry cream pie flavor. YUM, right?! (And yes, you can definitely eat a bit of fruit on the keto diet as long as you see it as more of a “flavoring” and not the main focus of a dish.)

Ingredients You’ll Need for Keto Blueberry Cream Pie Fat Bombs

Soft goat cheese

grab this at the store! (I buy mine at Trader Joe’s)

Fresh blueberries

grab these at the store!

Anthony’s Almond Flour

A quality almond flour.

Simply Organic Pure Vanilla Extract

A nice vanilla extract with a good flavor.

Nature’s Eats Pecans

Super buttery and fresh at a great price!

NOW Better Organic Stevia Sweetener

A great keto-friendly sweetener.

Anthony’s Shredded Coconut

This stuff is naturally sweet and super fresh!

All of those goodies combined will give you these!

overhead shot of blueberry keto bombs in a white bowl next to blueberries

Why Goat Cheese in Fat Bombs?

I feel like I don’t see goat cheese used enough in the keto diet. Soft goat cheese, in particular, is nearly void of carbs completely and has a wonderful tangy flavor. I really love the flavor it lends to these fat bombs — it definitely adds that slight tang that makes regular blueberry cream pie so special. (Regular blueberry cream pie uses sour cream mixed with cream cheese. For this recipe, I just made it easier by using goat cheese.)

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Keto Blueberry Cream Pie Fat Bombs are SO easy to make!

Just add your ingredients to a food processor, process until well combined, then roll the batter into 30 small fat bombs.

Next, pour the coconut flakes into a small bowl and lightly roll each fat bomb in the coconut flakes. That’s it. Pair your new yummy fat bombs with a keto coffee and you’re ready to go!

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Note: You will need to store these in the fridge because of the goat cheese.

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Keto Blueberry Cream Pie Fat Bombs

Yummy blueberry fat bombs with only 1 gram carbs each!
5 from 1 vote
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 30
Calories: 48kcal



  • Process all ingredients in a food processor until well combined.
  • Roll into 30 small fat bombs.
  • Pour coconut flakes into a small bowl and lightly roll each fat bomb in the shredded coconut.


Store in fridge until ready to serve.
Nutrition Facts
Keto Blueberry Cream Pie Fat Bombs
Amount Per Serving
Calories 48 Calories from Fat 36
% Daily Value*
Fat 4g6%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Cholesterol 1mg0%
Sodium 14mg1%
Potassium 12mg0%
Carbohydrates 1g0%
Fiber 0g0%
Sugar 0g0%
Protein 1g2%
Vitamin A 40IU1%
Vitamin C 0.2mg0%
Calcium 14mg1%
Iron 0.3mg2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutrition Disclaimer

Nutrition facts are included as a courtesy only. They are accurate to the best of our knowledge based on the ingredients and brands used, but their accuracy is not guaranteed. If applicable, sugar alcohols have already been removed from the total carb count.


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  • Look great! Nice and easy too which I always love. Will make these this week. Just made strawberry bombs which were also amazing.

    • Hi Holly, Thanks so much for your kind comment! I’m glad to hear you loved the strawberry fat bombs. I’m all about the easy recipes too. 🙂 Thanks again!

        • Hi Maritza! You’ll want to be mindful of the carb count in fat bombs (they all usually have at least 1g net carbs) so you don’t go over your carb limit (which will knock you out of ketosis). They’re a bit of a dessert too, so I’d say no more than four or five a day.

    • Hi Kim! Yes, you can use cream cheese. I suggest adding 1/2 tsp lemon juice if you use cream cheese to give it a bit of that “tang” that goat cheese has naturally.

      • I’m sorry to hear that, Kim! I know that some people don’t care for goat cheese, but I wanted to make a fat bomb option for those who can’t do cow dairy. I will update the recipe soon with a cream cheese option. Thank you for your feedback!

    • Hi Maryanne! Yes, you can. Coconut flour tends to really suck in moisture so I would try 3/4 cup coconut flour and see if you like the texture. If they’re a bit dry, you can add more goat cheese or add coconut oil.

  • Hi! Last time I had goat cheese, I had a negative reaction. Is there something I could substitute the goat cheese with?

    • Hi Melinda,

      Feta is really salty so I’m not sure if the flavor would be a good match. I would enjoy the feta on its own and pick up goat cheese next time. 🙂 Or, you could use cream cheese instead.

  • Just came across your site Jessica … wow! Lots of great ideas! Just made the blueberry bombs and used cream cheese. Next time I’ll try adding the lemon drops for added tanginess …. didn’t read that but till after I’d made them but delicious just the same! 🙂 Thanks so much.

    • Hi Lori! I’m so glad you liked them. Definitely try them with lemon next time for a little extra tanginess. Enjoy! 🙂

    • Hi Kelly! Blackberries and strawberries are a bit higher in water content than blueberries (strawberries more so than blackberries) so they may end up a bit stickier and harder to form into balls. You could definitely give it a shot though; worst case scenario, you’d just have to eat the mixture with a spoon. Not an entirely bad thing! 🙂

    • Hi T,

      Oh no! I’m sorry to hear that. I’ve never had it make a smoothie texture when making them. Stick the mixture in a fridge for at least an hour — it should firm up.

  • Are these baked? Your photo looks like a baked item.. just checking.
    Mine turned out too creamy..a little firmer as i chill them. But not enough to roll them. Pretty tasty though!

    • Hi Deb! I don’t bake mine. I’m so sorry yours came out too creamy — you’re not the first person who has mentioned this and I’m not quite sure what is causing the discrepancy. The only thing I can think of is perhaps some soft goat cheese logs are softer than others? I purchase mine from Trader Joe’s, and while it’s soft goat cheese, it’s fairly firm (some may even describe it as slightly dry).

  • I cannot get past the smell of goat cheese, it’s just horrendous to me. Can I substitue something else in it’s place?

    • Hi Lisa! That’s no problem; you can use cream cheese instead. You will lose the natural tanginess of the goat cheese, so I suggest adding 1/2 tsp lemon juice to compensate.

  • I love this idea, I cant eat dairy products, is there something that I can replace the goat cheese, like coconut oil?

    • Hi Camila! Coconut oil won’t work (it’s the wrong texture), but a plant-based cream cheese will definitely work as a substitute! If you go that route, also add 1/2 tsp lemon juice to give the extra “tang” that you miss from not using goat cheese.

  • I just made them in a matter of a few mins and they tasted awesome! I love blueberries and this recipe was easy to prepare. I will try more of the recipes now. Thanks for sharing them! 😊

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