Keto Kups: Phat Fueled Bombs

What’s a Phat Bomb?

A Phat Bomb is a delicious high fat – low carb snack that’s supremely healthy, great for a burst of energy and mental clarity. Eating healthy fats is highly important to lower inflammation in your body, so I supplement with Phat Bombs.

KETO KUPS:

Prep time 5 Minutes: Yields 24 treats

  • 12 tablespoons unsalted peanut butter
  • 12 tablespoons unrefined coconut oil
  • 6 dropper-fulls of Butter Toffee flavored stevia drops
  • Sea salt to taste
  1. Mix equal parts unsalted peanut butter with unrefined coconut oil and stevia.
  2. Stir together in a sauce pan on low heat until everything melts and blends together.
  3. Spoon out contents into a 24 unit silicone tray and grind fresh sea salt over top to taste.
  4. Chill in freezer for 10 minutes.
  5. Keep chilled to retain snappy texture.
  6. If you don’t have a silicone tray you can alternatively pour contents onto a plate, chill in the freezer until solid, and scrape off the peanut butter bark.

Enjoy

6 Comments

  • Oh my! I just made these. Didn’t have flavored Stevia in my cupboard, so I used the cacao powder, a bit of chili powder and a touch of cinnamon for flavor. I am SO in trouble, but I love that I can ditch my peanut butter cup habit for this! So stupidly easy, too. <3 Thank you!

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  • My two favorite ladies making my favorite Phat Bombs… love you guys and all your goddess energy and love. Healthy Food Nuts

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  • These Keto Cups are amazing. I did not have the flavored stevia on hand, and just added a few drops of plain stevia. I am hooked on the texture of the frozen ones, and the flavor is delish!

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