Chocolate is a popular flavor for most types of snacks and desserts, including keto fat bombs. Why not? You don't need to miss out on chocolate simply because you're on a keto diet. There’s just a greater focus on choosing your ingredients carefully.
The keto chocolate almond fat bomb recipes in this list are all ideal choices for you to try. We're focusing on this area because almonds offer additional health benefits.
The flavors of chocolate and almonds also naturally complement one another. Besides, chocolate on its own can get a little boring after a while.
The recipes in this list all take their own approaches. Sometimes, almonds will be a key ingredient, adding to the flavor and the texture of the finished fat bomb.
In other cases, almonds will be included in the form of almond butter. This approach can lead to a more subtle flavor that still works very well.
Keto Chocolate Almond Fat Bomb Recipes
PS. Can’t go past chocolate? What about keto chocolate smoothie recipes?
Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fat Bombs
You’ll find these fat bombs at ketodietapp.com. While the recipe is a little more unusual and complex than most fat bombs, the snacks are still worth the effort. Besides, the combination of dark chocolate, almonds and whole raspberries is simply amazing. You won't want to go back to simple fat bombs once you've tried these.
Another interesting aspect is the recipe variations. Martina offers instructions for 100% unsweetened chocolate, for 85% to 90% chocolate and for cacao powder. This style means you can make the fat bombs regardless of the ingredients that you have on hand.
Chocolate Fat Bomb
This recipe uses almonds in two ways – as an ingredient in the fat bomb and as a part of the coating. This gives you plenty of almond flavor, along with an interesting texture. The approach balances out the chocolate well, giving you a snack that would taste fantastic. You can find all the details you need at recipesfromapantry.com.
The appearance of the fat bombs is pretty cool too. They end up looking a little bit like a chocolate truffle. The approach means that you don’t need any type of mold either. That’s a useful feature, making the fat bombs easier to create.
Chocolate Almond Fat Bomb
This recipe, from ketosummit.com, offers a different way to combine chocolate and almond flavors. This time, the emphasis is on cacao powder as the source of the chocolate flavor, rather than dark chocolate. The style works well, creating a smooth fat bomb that is contrasted by the crunch from the almond.
The recipe itself is an easy one, with just a handful of steps. Louise even offers a video that you can follow and a fast visual guide. This information would be ideal if you’re just getting started with fat bombs.
Chocolatey Coffee Keto Fat Bombs
The style of these fat bombs is pretty neat. They're designed to look like coffee beans. This makes them a little bit different, without requiring much extra work on your end. With this recipe, the main flavors are the chocolate and the coffee. The almond comes from the use of almond flour. You can find full details at hungryforinspiration.com. Trust me, you won't be disappointed.
Chocolate, Almond & Coconut Fat Bombs
The addition of coconut flakes makes these fat bombs especially interesting. You end up with fat bombs that are smooth on the inside and have a rough coating. The white color of the coconut flakes also makes the fat bombs look great on the plate. The recipe itself comes from ketochristina.com. You make 15 individual fat bombs at a time.
Chocolate Almond Crunch Fat Bomb Bark
I love the visual style of these fat bombs (which come from sugarfreemom.com). The treats look different than many other fat bombs, especially with Brenda's choice of topping. There is also a complexity to the flavor profile, making the fat bombs very enjoyable. The style would also make these fat bombs a fun gift choice. Even just wrapping a few up in clear cellophane or something similar would look fantastic.
Chocolate Almond Butter Fat Bombs
As you might guess from their appearance, chocolate is the main flavor in these fat bombs. The recipe is courtesy of Sébastien from paleoleap.com. As he points out, you'll need to pay close attention to the almond butter you choose. You'll want one that doesn't contain sugar or additives. If you can't, you may need to make your own.
The recipe is also a simple one, relying on just five ingredients. There is even a video for those of you who learn visually.
Craving Buster Fat Bombs
Here's another simple recipe that you can consider. This time the fat bombs come from livingwellmom.com and they just use three ingredients. This is also another recipe that uses almond butter as the source of almonds.
The most interesting part is the servings. Erika provides an ingredients list and instructions for making 32 fat bombs at a time (that's a lot!) or for making just one fat bomb. The single serving idea is interesting. You could even make the fat bomb and eat it straight away.
Easy Almond Butter Fat Bombs
Here's another choice that should look familiar. It comes from ketovale.com and creates fat bombs that look like peanut butter cups. The post doesn't just provide the recipe. There is also information about ways to increase the protein in the recipe. Doing so would be ideal if you wanted the fat bomb as a snack before or after a workout.
Chocolate Almond Butter Collagen Fat Bombs
The small and cute style of these fat bombs is perfect for anyone who doesn't want a large snack. The fat bombs also have a hidden advantage – collagen. Collagen doesn't really change the flavor of the keto snack, but it has been linked to various health benefits. All of the details for these fat bombs are provided at whatgreatgrandmaate.com.
Chocolate Almond Butter Fudge Bites
It's easy to see why these are called fudge bites. The fat bombs really do look like chocolate fudge that has been rolled into balls. You can also choose the topping that you want. Julie (from julieslifestyle.com) offers a few different options that you can consider.
The fat bombs are also diet versatile, as they’re suitable for keto, paleo and vegan dieters. This also means that they’re gluten free, sugar free and dairy free. You’re making roughly 20 servings at a time, giving you plenty to enjoy and to share.
Easy Almond Butter Fat Bombs
Despite appearances, these fat bombs (from heyketomama.com) do contain chocolate. They just have less of it than many of the other recipes. As a result, the almond butter flavor is much more noticable – creating a good balance of chocolate, coconut and almond. The lighter color is also very appealing.
This recipe is also especially low in carbs. You’re looking at around 1.4 grams of net carbs per serving. Many fat bombs have 3 net grams or more. Just be aware that the carb content will vary based on the serving size that you end up with.
Raspberry Almond Chocolate Fat Bombs
This recipe comes from mypcoskitchen.com and it offers a different flavor combination than normal. That's not all. The bark style with pieces of fruit and nuts makes this a particularly enjoyable fat bomb. I love the way that it looks visually. If nothing else, the fat bomb is a little bit different. That's always a good thing.
The one limitation is that you’re creating the fat bombs by breaking a sheet of the mixture into pieces. This would make it difficult to ensure that all of the fat bombs are the same size. You’ll probably find that some end up larger than others.
Chocolate Almond Fat Fudge
These fat bombs really do look exactly like fudge. The difference is that they're not packed with sugar and processed ingredients. The recipe comes from ketodietrule.com and Tina mentions that the fudge is rich and tastes like a brownie. What's more, the recipe is vegan, so it can be included on a keto vegan diet.
Chocolate Almond Butter Fat Bombs
Here's a fat bomb choice that looks a little like a peanut butter cup. Of course, the focus here is on almond butter instead (although, there is a little peanut butter included too). The approach creates an appealing flavor profile, one that is a bit unusual. Besides, peanut butter and chocolate is such a common combination that it can get boring after a while.
As always, you can find the ingredients and instructions at the blogger's site. The site in question is ketovale.com. You can find plenty of other amazing recipes there too.
Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Almond Cluster Fat Bombs
Don't these fat bombs just look fantastic? The recipe is from Sara at realbalanced.com. Unlike many of the other fat bombs, there is no almond butter included. Instead, the almond aspect comes from including raw almonds in the recipe. The style also makes the fat bombs crunchy – giving them a different texture than most other choices.
Almond Joy Fat Bombs
With a name like almond joy fat bombs, it's easy to see what inspired these little beauties. The recipe comes from tasteaholics.com, so you can be certain that you're getting something amazing.
The structure of these fat bombs is also very cool. It's much more interesting than a fat bomb that has the same texture throughout. The inclusion of a whole almond works perfectly too.
Chocolate Almond Cheesecake Fat Bombs
These fat bombs, from drberg.com, have their own unusual features. For one thing, the recipe uses chocolate chips, rather than just cocoa for the chocolate flavor. Cream cheese is included as well, which creates a cheesecake-like taste and texture combination. Chocolate dipping the finished fat bombs is also a nice feature.
Interestingly, the main almond aspect just comes from the use of almonds as a garnish. Almond flour is used too, but this won’t have a strong impact on the overall flavor.
Almond Joy Recipe
Here's another recipe that takes inspiration from almond joy bars. This time, the recipe comes from ketoconnect.net. The fat bombs have a similar texture to regular almond joy bars, so you're in for a treat. These fat bombs have the main flavors all separated from one another – first the coconut, then the almonds and then the chocolate coating.
Fudgy Almond Fat Bombs
These fat bombs end up looking a lot like truffles. This style makes them very easy to eat. They're simple to prepare too. There are two almond-based ingredients this time. The first is almond butter, while the second is the use of chopped almonds (which the fat bombs are rolled in).
The recipe comes from sonourished.com. You're making 24 fat bombs with the recipe. These contain 2.5 grams of net carbs each.
Choconut Almond Butter Cups
If you feel like something a little unusual, check out these fat bombs from thehealthyfoodie.com. The name makes them sound a little like peanut butter cups, but they follow a distinct style of their own. The recipe has three different layers (four if you count the topping). Despite this, the fat bombs are easy to make.
Honestly, the finished version of these fat bombs just looks amazing. The layers contrast so well with each other. This would also create a great flavor profile.
Chocolate Coconut Almond Fat Bombs
This recipe is another one that combines chocolate, coconut and almond together. After all, there's something about those flavors that just combines perfectly. I particularly like the way that the fat bombs are crunchy. Many other recipes focus on smooth fat bombs. While those taste good too, the crunch in this recipe makes it a little more interesting.
You can find the details that you need over at createmindfully.com. The recipe is also suitable for vegans, which is an added bonus.
3-Ingredient Keto Almond Butter Cups
These fat bombs have so much going for them. They're simple, easy to make, taste fantastic and require hardly any ingredients. What's not to love? The use of three layers also makes them look very professional. Arman from thebigmansworld.com provides the details for this recipe. He also talks about various substitutions that you can try.
Chocolate Almond Butter Fat Bombs
There are some similarities between these fat bombs and the previous example – along with plenty of differences. This time there are more ingredients and you end up with three distinct layers. The approach creates a more complex flavor profile, which can be very appealing. The recipe itself can be found at lifemadesweeter.com.
Almond Butter Chocolate Fat Bombs
Here's another variation to consider. It comes from twosleevers.com and is a simple fat bomb recipe. There are just three different ingredients included, with one of them being the almond butter. The short ingredients list means that you won't get a very complex flavor. Still, the fat bombs are easy to make and will taste good too.
Dark Chocolate Ketogenic Fat Bombs
This recipe is hosted at grassfedgirl.com and uses dark chocolate as the main flavor. Of course, there is plenty of almond butter in the mix too. The recipe is dairy free and paleo friendly, so it would suit many different people.
Chocolate Almond Butter Cups
The visual style of these almond butter cups should look familiar. The fat bombs are very similar to peanut butter cups, except that the colors are slightly different. I found the recipe at the site nobunplease.com and it's a fairly simple one to make. You only need five ingredients (plus a mold) to create these little beauties for yourself.