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Strawberry Shortcake Keto Fat Bombs

These delicious keto low carb energy bites (fat bombs) are sweetened with strawberries (of course!) and stevia. They make an awesome low carb, sugar-free dessert or snack, and they’re also gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, and vegan!

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The most popular sugar-free dessert recipe on this site is my Strawberry Shortcake Energy Bites recipe. They’re delicious, easy to make, and completely free of added sugar. However, some of you (especially those of you following a keto diet) have told me that you’re watching your carbs and don’t want to eat something that is sweetened with dates because of their high carb content.

Not one to back down from a challenge, I remade my Strawberry Shortcake Energy Bites recipe into a low carb energy bites form. I swapped out the dates with stevia and the oatmeal with almond flour. To be honest, I actually think this recipe tastes a little better! I also had the idea to roll some of them with shredded coconut, and let’s be real… anything rolled in coconut tastes pretty darn good.

Ingredients You’ll Need for These Tasty Strawberry Shortcake Keto Fat Bombs

Other than strawberries and vanilla extract, these fat bombs require just a few inexpensive ingredients you can snag on Amazon:

Anthony’s Almond Flour

Viva Naturals Coconut Flour

Anthony’s Shredded CoconutDr. Bronner’s White Kernel Virgin Coconut Oil

NOW Better Organic Stevia Sweetener

low carb energy bites coated with coconut flakes

strawberry shortcake low carb energy bites

Carb Content

According to my calculations, this entire low carb energy bites recipe contains 52.15 grams of carbs (total carbs; even less if you prefer to look at net carbs). Made into 25 small energy bites, each bite contains just under 2.1 grams of carbs. Since shredded coconut is low in carbs (4 grams per three tablespoons), rolling the energy bites in them will barely increase the carb content.


I hope you enjoy these low carb energy bites! They’re sweet and satisfying, but light enough that they don’t weigh you down. They’re a perfect as a standalone snack or as a sweet treat at the end of a savory meal. Best of all, they contain no added sugar.

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Keto / Low Carb Energy Bites Recipe

Strawberry Shortcake Keto Fat Bombs

Full of flavor and low in carbs!
3 from 2 votes
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Course: Breakfast, Snack
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 25
Calories: 34kcal



  • Add all ingredients to a food processor and process until well combined.
  • Roll into 25 individual bites. If desired, roll in shredded coconut.
  • Chill in the fridge for at least one hour for the best flavor.


Keto, Low Carb, Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Nutrition Facts
Strawberry Shortcake Keto Fat Bombs
Amount Per Serving
Calories 34 Calories from Fat 18
% Daily Value*
Fat 2g3%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Cholesterol 0mg0%
Sodium 4mg0%
Potassium 7mg0%
Carbohydrates 2g1%
Fiber 0g0%
Sugar 0g0%
Protein 0g0%
Vitamin C 1.7mg2%
Calcium 8mg1%
Iron 0.2mg1%
* 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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    • Hi Jan!

      Can you tolerate coconut flour? If so, you could use that instead of almond flour. Coconut flour sucks up moisture, so you can add more coconut oil to compensate.

    • Hi Marcy! You could, although agave and maple syrup will greatly increase the carb count (so they probably won’t be very keto-diet friendly).

  • Just made them, and they are great! Yet, do you have all the nutritional content info? On Keto, we calculate fat, protein, carbs, and calories.

    • Actually, I just did the math for everyone. I made the receipt into ten pieces with the same amount of ingridients and here is the count: 26.8 calories, 0.725 (post dietary fiber) carbs , 2.3 fats and, 0.7 protein.
      If one makes 25, then each has: 10.68 calories, 0.29 (post dietary fiber) carbs, 0.92 fats and, 0.28 proteins.

      Brands may vary, but for this count, I used Sprouts organic reduced fat coconut shreds, Kirkland frozen strawberries, Arrow Mills organic coconut flour and, Kirkland almond flour.

      • Thank you, Augustine! I just upgraded the recipe with a nutrition label. My calculations are a bit different than yours but it may be due to the exact brands used.

  • Probably just me but I thought these were bad. Very floury taste and fat content isn’t high enough for a keto fat bomb. Add in more coconut oil. I’ve put them in the fridge now but there is no fear of over eating these.

    • Hi Sean! I’m so sorry to hear you didn’t like the recipe. I’ve made these several times since and I’ve realized I like the flavor better after they’ve been chilled in the fridge for at least an hour. Additionally, you’re correct that they’re lower in fat than traditional fat bombs (this was previously just a low-carb recipe). Eat one or two alongside a heavier fat source like my Vanilla Ice Cream Keto Coffee Smoothie and you’ll take in plenty of fat. 🙂

    • I agree. I found them very dry, dull and bitter tasting. I was so disappointed because they look so delicious.

    • Hi Annie,

      Unfortunately, they can’t be shipped because they contain fresh strawberries. An alternative would be to use dried or freeze-dried strawberries that are free of refined sugar. However, you would have to really reduce the amount to keep the carbs low.

  • In a comment you say you can use coconut flour instead of almond flour. But the recipe has both listed, is it supposed to be or just one?

    • Hi Israel! Sorry for the confusion. You should use both types of flour in the recipe. The comment was for someone who couldn’t use almond flour (so they would have to use all coconut flour).

  • Hi, “Amount per serving (25 bites)”… Um, I don’t think so darlin. Those Nutritional Non-Facts are incorrect.
    Twenty five bites would be the total yield {or total batch}. A serving amount would be something like a 1 bite portion.

    • Hi Elle! Thank you for your feedback, and I apologize for the confusion. I listed 25 servings at the top of the recipe card, but the nutrition label was confusing. I have corrected the issue.

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