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Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs (Caffeinated Fat Bombs!)

These Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs are total bliss! They each contain 9g fat, only 1g net carbs, and they’re caffeinated. When you want a filling pick-me-up, grab one of these tasty treats!

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I am convinced that coffee makes the world a better place.

I really mean it — when I drink coffee, the world really does feel like a better place. I feel happier, problems feel smaller, and nothing feels impossible. Considering the fact that 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed DAILY across the world, I think I am in good company.

You know what also makes the world a better place? Chocolate. And when you combine coffee + chocolate… that’s total bliss, right? And heck, let’s make it keto-friendly too while we’re making the world’s best combination.

This recipe is going to give you just that. Coffee + chocolate + keto-friendly = Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs. Oh, and these aren’t just coffee-flavored fat bombs. They’re actually caffeinated fat bombs. 🙌

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These sweet little bites of heaven will give you a healthy dose of fats (9g fat per fat bomb) with only 1g net carbs each. They’re perfect for those moments when you want a yummy, chocolatey, filling pick-me-up!

Ingredients Used in Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs

Nature’s Eats Pecan Halves

NOW Better Organic Stevia Sweetener

My favorite brand of stevia – organic, no fillers, and doesn’t have that bitter aftertaste that a lot of brands of stevia do.

Dr. Bronner’s White Kernel Virgin Coconut Oil

A really fresh and flavorful coconut oil!

Other ingredients:

  • Cocoa powder (I used Trader Joe’s)
  • Instant coffee granules (I used the Kroger store brand, which I find has more kick to it than even Folgers, Maxwell House, or Taster’s Choice instant coffee!)

How to Make Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs

These fat bombs are super easy to make. You’ll combine all ingredients except the coconut oil in a food processor…

… give them a few quick pulses, then add the coconut oil.

After that, pulse your food processor for 1 ½ – 2 minutes, scraping down the sides every 30 seconds, until you get a mixture that you can form into balls. (If your mixture is too sticky and doesn’t hold together well enough, you can quickly pulse in 1-2 tbsp almond flour.)

keto chocolate mixed with pecans processed in the inside of a food processor

The best method I found for rolling these into balls was to kind of squish the mixture between the palms of my hands a few times and then roll it into a ball. If you want to make these fat bombs extra-special, see my “How to Make Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs Even Better” section below for coating ideas!

You’ll get 20 fat bombs out of this recipe, which should go onto a plate and into the fridge for at least 45 minutes. They don’t really firm up (they’re soft, melt-in-your-mouth fat bombs… yum!), but the time in the fridge helps the flavors incorporate.

keto chocolate coffee fat bombs in a white bowl with coffee ground scattered about

(Note: I wish you could have been there to smell the room when I had all of those coffee beans all over the table. Amazing!)

Store them in the fridge and enjoy!

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Caffeine Content in Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs

This recipe uses 2 tbsp (8g) instant coffee granules. According to the USDA, there is 57 mg of caffeine per 1.8g instant coffee. That means the entire recipe contains 254 mg caffeine or 12.7 mg caffeine per fat bomb. It’s not enough caffeine to make you feel like you’re on top of the world (like you will if you drink Keto Crack Coffee), but it’s it’s a nice pick-me-up!

keto chocolate fat bombs in a bowl surrounded by coffee beans on countertop

How to Make Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs Even Better

If you want to take these fat bombs to the next level, you can roll them in your coating of choice. Here are three of the best choices:

  • Roll them in Perfect Keto Chocolate MCT Oil Powder. This stuff is ridiculously good, plus using it will provide your body with valuable MCTs. Use coupon code FORGETSUGARFRIDAY for 20% off!
  • Roll them in Swerve Confectioners. Swerve is a sugar alcohol, so it contains no net carbs. The confectioners version measures 1:1 like powdered sugar, and anything tastes better when rolled in powdered sugar. 🙂
  • Roll them in a mixture of Swerve Confectioners and cocoa powder. Mix Swerve Confectioners and cocoa powder to your desired flavor, then roll away.

Want More Keto Coffee Recipes?

If you’re on the keto diet and LOVE coffee, check out my roundup of 17 of the Best Keto Coffee Drinks (to Help You Rock the Keto Diet). Don’t forget to check out my Vanilla Ice Cream Keto Coffee Smoothie too.

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Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs
Prep Time
8 mins
Total Time
8 mins
 
These caffeinated fat bombs will both perk you up and fill you up!
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: easy keto snack, low carb dessert
Servings: 20
Calories: 94 kcal
Ingredients
  • 2 1/2 c pecans
  • 2 tbsp instant coffee granules
  • 2 1/2 tbsp Dutch-process cocoa powder
  • 3/4 tsp stevia
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
Instructions
  1. Into food processor bowl, add all ingredients except coconut oil. Pulse ten times to incorporate everything, then add coconut oil.
  2. Pulse mixture for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes, scraping down the sides every 30 seconds, until the mixture starts to have the ability to stick together. Be careful not to process it to the point of being nut butter!
  3. Roll into 20 fat bombs (approximately 1 tbsp of the mixture per fat bomb). To form them, you’ll need to squish together the mixture a few times in your hands to get it to stick together, then roll it into a ball shape. (Note: If your mixture is too sticky and doesn’t hold together well enough, quickly pulse in 1-2 tbsp almond flour.)
  4. Optionally, roll the fat bombs in a coating (see recipe notes for ideas).
  5. Place fat bombs on a plate and refrigerate for at least 45 minutes. These are soft fat bombs, so they won’t really firm up; chilling them just gives time for the flavors to incorporate. Store them in the fridge.
Recipe Notes

You need to use instant coffee granules (the stuff you mix with hot water to make instant coffee) in these — not coffee grounds or brewed coffee. 

Each fat bomb contains 12.7mg caffeine.

If you want to take these fat bombs to the next level, you can roll them in your coating of choice. Here are three of the best choices:

  • Roll them in Perfect Keto Chocolate MCT Oil Powder. This stuff is ridiculously good, plus using it will provide your body with valuable MCTs. Use coupon code FORGETSUGARFRIDAY for 20% off!
  • Roll them in Swerve Confectioners. Swerve is a sugar alcohol, so it contains no net carbs. The confectioners version measures 1:1 like powdered sugar, and anything tastes better when rolled in powdered sugar. 🙂
  • Roll them in a mixture of Swerve Confectioners and cocoa powder. Mix Swerve Confectioners and cocoa powder to your desired flavor, then roll away.
Nutrition Facts
Keto Chocolate Coffee Fat Bombs
Amount Per Serving
Calories 94 Calories from Fat 81
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 9g 14%
Saturated Fat 1g 5%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Potassium 78mg 2%
Total Carbohydrates 2g 1%
Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
Sugars 0g
Protein 1g 2%
Vitamin A 0.1%
Vitamin C 0.2%
Calcium 1%
Iron 2.4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Love coffee? Then you will LOVE these Keto Coffee Chocolate Fat Bombs! They're sweet, chocolatey, and CAFFEINATED! Each keto fat bomb contains 9g fat, 1g net carbs, and is full of amazing chocolate-coffee flavor (and a little caffeine!). If you love keto coffee and keto chocolate, you're going to love these keto fat bombs! A yummy keto diet recipe. #keto #ketorecipes #ketodiet #ketocoffee #fatbombs

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    • Hi Pat,

      I didn’t notice a coconut taste from the coconut oil, but to be safe, you can use refined coconut oil which is odorless and flavorless. Enjoy! 🙂

  • Just wondering why add the pecans? With diverticulitis I’m supposed to stay away from nuts and I would rather skip this if possible. Do I need to add something else or can I just omit the pecans?

    • Hi Kristin! You’ll need to use instant coffee granules in these, not liquid coffee, to infuse enough coffee flavor (and caffeine).

  • are you sure the measures for coffee/cocoa/stevia are right? I made this recipe yesterday and its so bitter

    • Hi Ana!

      The cocoa and coffee flavors are naturally a bit bitter, but when the flavors have time to incorporate in the fridge, it will almost completely go away. I recommend at least 45 minutes in the post, but chill them for longer if you still notice a bitter flavor.

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