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Old 04-12-2013, 10:40 AM   #91
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No Coconut Taste Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

OK folks, these are "da bomb" IMHO. I have an aversion to virgin coconut oil so I used organic refined coconut oil instead. I also used organic peanut butter instead of almond butter.

On 8 of them I experimented with filling the mold half way, letting cool in the freezer for 30 minutes, then putting in peanut butter, Walden Farms chocolate sauce, and Walden Farms caramel dip.

Very tasty!! I keep them in freezer.

3/4 cup melted refined organic coconut oil (melt in microwave)
9.5 TBS Organic Peanut Butter
1/2 TSP Powdered Stevia or 60-70 drop liquid Stevia
3-4 TBS Unsweetened Cocoa Powder (I used 4)
1 stick salted butter (melted)

Mix with hand mixer, pour in silcone candy mold from Michael's.

BE AND SURE AND PUT THE MOLD ON A COOKIE SHEET BEFORE HAND BECAUSE ONCE IT'S FILLED YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PICK IT UP!

I may also experiment with substituting some of the butter with Heavy Whipping Cream to get a "milk chocolate" flavor. I may also try a different sweetener. Stevia gives me a weird aftertaste.

Place in freezer for 30 minutes.

These fat bombs will take care of any chocolate cravings you may have as well as get you the fat you need if you are not getting enough. I eat alot of chicken & turkey and I was stalling so I started incorporating 3 of these per day.

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Old 04-12-2013, 12:32 PM   #92
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Very Nice job! Those look awesome!
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That some Beautiful candy!!!!!!
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Old 04-12-2013, 01:33 PM   #94
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I triple what the others have said. I love those pics. So pretty!!
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Wow!!! Definitely trying this for my next Fat bomb recipe!!
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Have you tried the lemon fat bomb? So lemony and yummy.

Lemon Fat Bomb

1 ounce cream cheese, room temp.
2 tablespoons butter, room temp.
2 tablespoons coconut oil
1 tablespoon sour cream
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1/8 teaspoon lemon extract
sweetener to taste

Stir together the cream cheese and butter. Add the remaining ingredients and stir until smooth. Refrigerate until it stiffens up. If you are the impatient type, freeze for 20 minutes before eating.

Fat = 63.13 g
Protein = 2.84 g
Total Carbs = 1.58 g
Oh dear! I hope the government never bans these. By the time they made it to the freezer, there was enough mixture left for about 10 bombs. Yummy stuff.
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Old 04-17-2013, 06:28 AM   #97
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agree with pp, beautiful photos...and the fat bombs don't look to bad either. tee heehee. but like someone mentioned...isn't it hard to just eat one?

and i would make these right now except we do not have coconut oil in the house.
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New to all of this when do you see the scale move i can feel it in my clothes but not the scale I have been doing it for about 6 weeks????
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New to all of this when do you see the scale move i can feel it in my clothes but not the scale I have been doing it for about 6 weeks????
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As long as you feel it in your clothes, I'd not worry to much about the scale, it will catch up.
Although that probably does not give you comfort (I note your exclamation points).
Have you posted your diet so that folks can have a go at it?
Eating to many fatbombs was a problem for me.
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CTH - "I may also try a different sweetener. Stevia gives me a weird aftertaste."

With chocolate things, we need to use a combination of sweeteners. All Splenda makes it bitter, bleh. Evidently all stevia is weird too. I use a combination of EZ-Sweetz (liq. sucralose) and liquid stevia (NuNaturals alcohol-free is the only one I can tolerate that doesn't taste bad to me), and sometimes add in a little erythritol. A little of this and a little of that. Usually EZ-Sweetz and stevia. I just go by taste as I'm making them so I don't have an exact measurement for each.

Try adding a couple/few drops of vanilla extract in there also. I think it helps round out the flavor.
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:34 PM   #103
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OK folks, these are "da bomb" IMHO. I have an aversion to virgin coconut oil so I used organic refined coconut oil instead. I also used organic peanut butter instead of almond butter.

On 8 of them I experimented with filling the mold half way, letting cool in the freezer for 30 minutes, then putting in peanut butter, Walden Farms chocolate sauce, and Walden Farms caramel dip.

Very tasty!! I keep them in freezer.

3/4 cup melted refined organic coconut oil (melt in microwave)
9.5 TBS Organic Peanut Butter
1/2 TSP Powdered Stevia or 60-70 drop liquid Stevia
3-4 TBS Unsweetened Cocoa Powder (I used 4)
1 stick salted butter (melted)

Mix with hand mixer, pour in silcone candy mold from Michael's.

BE AND SURE AND PUT THE MOLD ON A COOKIE SHEET BEFORE HAND BECAUSE ONCE IT'S FILLED YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PICK IT UP!

I may also experiment with substituting some of the butter with Heavy Whipping Cream to get a "milk chocolate" flavor. I may also try a different sweetener. Stevia gives me a weird aftertaste.

Place in freezer for 30 minutes.

These fat bombs will take care of any chocolate cravings you may have as well as get you the fat you need if you are not getting enough. I eat alot of chicken & turkey and I was stalling so I started incorporating 3 of these per day.

ENJOY!!!












CTH,

You read my mind I was just about to ask for a recipe for a chocolate pb fat bomb, and then I see your post. Those look gorgeous!
I need to make these, but I have to wait til I get my supplies.

Thanks so much for posting this.

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Old 06-04-2013, 05:27 AM   #104
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Here it is:

8 oz of chocolate almond butter
stick of butter
8 oz of coconut butter



I microwaved this all together and added Craisins (trying to use up what I had left in the bag, so not much) sugar free chocolate chips and pecans. Oooooh, how yummy!!

Next time I will use SF chocolate chips, coconut shreds and pecan chips as the add ins. I love that combo!!!!
Bumping so I can make this today!
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Old 08-01-2013, 07:46 AM   #105
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Lots of fat bomb variations popping up. I need a better blender to make my own coconut butter. The stuff at the store is so expensive.

I don't post here much and someone told me there is going to be another post purge, so if you need to find me I am on facebook. Linda Duffy.
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Lots of fat bomb variations popping up. I need a better blender to make my own coconut butter. The stuff at the store is so expensive.

I don't post here much and someone told me there is going to be another post purge, so if you need to find me I am on facebook. Linda Duffy.
Wifezilla, I don't know what you have for a blender, but mine is not a Vitamix. Oh, and I use my food processor and let it whiz for a long long time (in blender time, LOL!).
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I saw this thread today and had to try making these immediately! Just had my first one and it was delicious!
This was how I made it:

1 cup melted virgin coconut oil
1 stick butter, melted
1 cup MaraNatha no-stir almond butter (melted)
4-5 T. Torani sf Chocolate syrup (doubles as sweetener and chocolate flavoring)

Stirred everything all together, pored into a regular sized muffin pan lined with paper liners. Then into the freezer. Delicious!!!
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I saw this thread today and had to try making these immediately! Just had my first one and it was delicious!
This was how I made it:

1 cup melted virgin coconut oil
1 stick butter, melted
1 cup MaraNatha no-stir almond butter (melted)
4-5 T. Torani sf Chocolate syrup (doubles as sweetener and chocolate flavoring)

Stirred everything all together, pored into a regular sized muffin pan lined with paper liners. Then into the freezer. Delicious!!!
Yum! Got to make this. I think I have the chocolate syrup. I like not only the taste of them, but so easy to put together. I just throw everything into one pot on really low and let it go until it is all melted.
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I made these tonight, and they are in the fridge, but the batter was good....

OK, I never really measure, but here ya go:

8 ounces cream cheese
1 stick melted butter
2 - 3 ounces of melted coconut oil
3 TBS cocoa powder
a mix of DaVinci Almond and French vanilla SF syrup.... I just poured until the taste was to my liking
1 tsp vanilla

I mixed it all together and thought it was too thin, so I added a scoop of vanilla protein powder, and stirred again. To me the "batter" looked better, so I have it getting cold in the fridge right now. Oh, and I am not a fan of coconut oil, so I probably use less than most folks would.
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I made these earlier today. I dont see a need to ever buy candy again when these are sooooo good
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Fat Bombs

Just made my first batch of Abi Fae's Fat Bombs and they were the bomb! Very rich and satisfying. I put unsweetened coconut flakes in the recipe. Next time, I will try chopped pecans.
I also made the lemon bombs. I think I put in too much liquid stevia sweetener, because they had a chemical taste.
I love all the Fat Bomb recipes, so keep them coming.
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I'm going to bump up this thread cuz I've decided to make some of these this weekend. That way I can find the thread easier.

I did a fairly big cheat today by eating 2 small bags of peanut butter M&M's after lunch cause I had an urge, and I almost started feeling a bit ill afterward, so I think I need to make something else that will satisfy the same urge.
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OK so I got around to making some yesterday. They turned out pretty good! Here's what I did:

4 tbsp all-natural peanut butter
4 tbsp coconut oil
about 2 tbsp butter
sprinkle some cocoa powder in until it "looks good"

I put it all in a bowl, mixed it up a bit and then put it in the microwave for about 20-30 seconds which made it all liquid-enough to stir it together much better. Then I poured it in a tin made for small cupcakes. The tin had 12 cupcake slots in it, the amounts above were enough for 6. Then I put it in the freezer.

IMPORTANT PRECAUTION FOR PET OWNERS: Chocolate/cocoa is toxic to both dogs and cats. When you're using that cocoa power be very, very careful not to let it blow all over the place. When you are done make sure you do a very thorough job of cleaning up every spot some cocoa powder may have accidentally landed on.

Unlike some others in this thread I did not add any sweetener. When I ate one this morning I decided it didn't really need it. It tasted like a not-so-sweet Reeces, which is just fine.

In the future I'm going to try to vary the amounts of cocoa powder and maybe coconut oil and butter. I found it just a wee bit too peanut butter-y and had a hard time tasting anything else. The first 6 I put too little cocoa, so when I made the 2nd batch I put more in.
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Old 07-06-2014, 03:30 PM   #117
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Old 07-14-2014, 10:39 PM   #118
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Lol I'm thinking these are hard to screw up. I just put
2oz cream cheese
4 tbsp EVCO
2 tbsp butter unsalted
1 tbsp powdered cocoa
Glob of peanut butter...I'm guessing two 2bsp, natural
Squirts of stevia and a packet of Splenda
1/2 cup sf coconut shreds unsweetened

Mixed it all after I melted ccheese, co, and butter, used my stick blender and mixed in the rest, then stirred in cc shreds..froze and....omg. Made 12, but that's a like once a day treat...
Yummyyyyy
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