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You’ll think you’re indulging in a decadent pumpkin spice cheesecake with these Keto Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Fat Bombs! They’re easy to whip up and perfect for stashing in the fridge any time a sweet tooth strikes, or to help you stay on-point with your macros and fat intake.
Keto Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Fat Bombs
Hey there, pumpkin 😉 Okay, so you’ve had sugar free pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin bread, and pretty much everything else that you could possibly make pumpkin flavored. Now, buckle up people because we’ve got just what you’ve been waiting for this fall.. Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Fat Bombs!
Give your good fats a boost and let your mouth water over these sweet and savory pumpkin spice fat bombs.
Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Fat Bomb Ingredients
- cream cheese
- unsweetened pumpkin puree
- liquid stevia extract
- pumpkin pie spice mix
- coconut flour
- vanilla extract
- almond flour
How to Make Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Fat Bombs
First, beat together the cream cheese, pumpkin puree, liquid stevia, pumpkin pie spice mix, salt, coconut flour, and vanilla in a medium bowl until smooth.
Next, cover with plastic wrap, laying the plastic wrap directly on top, and refrigerate until chilled (about 2 hours in the fridge or 20 minutes in the freezer). Meanwhile, toast the almond flour with the pinch of cinnamon in a small skillet on the stovetop until golden, stirring frequently. Cool completely.
Once chilled, roll the cream cheese mixture into 10 balls and roll each in the toasted almond flour. Keep wrapped in the fridge for up to 2 weeks or wrapped in the freezer for up to 3 months.
What is a fat bomb?
A fat bomb is your best friend on a keto diet! Melt in your mouth, mini low carb treats that will keep you full and feelin’ good!
Fat bombs are designed for those on a keto diet, but can be enjoyed by anyone. Fat bombs are yummy, quick treats that are often made in batches, stored, and eaten over a few days or weeks. Most freeze well too!
Why eat fat bombs?
These little low carb fat bomb snacks are a quick treat that can be used to help keep you on track with a keto diet. Our keto fat bomb recipes are a wonderful way to satisfy your sweet or savory craving. They include healthy fats without filling your body with carbs.
Pro tip: Fat bombs are great snacks to help keep you full between meals. Munching on one of these little guys can help keep you from continuously snacking on empty calories and carb loaded foods.
Tips for making the perfect fat bomb
Using fat bases like coconut oil or grass-fed butter are great to use as your main ingredients. Dairy based fats like heavy cream and cream cheese need to be kept cold, so keep this in mind when deciding what fat bomb recipe you want to use.
Pro tip: Another tip is to mold your fat bombs into cupcake liners so you can take them on the go without making a mess!
When should you eat fat bombs on keto?
We all fall off the wagon sometimes and that’s okay! Fat bombs are an awesome, easy way to help get your body back into ketosis if you’ve swayed from your diet. Our pumpkin spice cream cheese fat bombs are super low in carbs and packed with fats that our bodies love to use for energy (if you’re on keto).
How many fat bombs can I eat on keto?
We love our cream cheese fat bombs, but too much of a good thing isn’t always wonderful! Have your fat bombs in moderation, and try not to overdo it.
We would recommend trying to stick to about 1-2 servings per day (most recipes are 1 or 2 bombs per serving), so use your best judgement when it comes to the wiggle room.
What are our keto pumpkin spice fat bombs made of?
Fat, spice, and everything nice!
Fat bombs are made of a fat base like butter or coconut oil, often a type of dry ingredient like almond flour or a keto sweetener, and various herbs, spices, and seasonings. Depending on the recipe, some fat bombs are sweet and some are more savory.
Sweeteners for fat bombs
We love ourselves a sweet treat! Fat bombs are a great way to give yourself a quick dessert that is satisfying AND helps to keep you in ketosis.
There are a lot of different sweeteners out there and not all of them are low in carbs. We wrote an entire post about keto sweeteners, so you know which ones to use and which to avoid.
Be sure to try our other keto fat bomb recipes!
- Edible Sugar Cookie Dough Fat Bombs
- Vanilla Toasted Coconut Fat Bombs
- Keto Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Fat Bombs
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bites
Need more recipes? We also wrote a post about the 50 best keto fat bomb recipes. Thank us later 🙂
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Keto Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Fat Bombs
- Beat together the cream cheese, pumpkin puree, liquid stevia, pumpkin pie spice mix, salt, coconut flour, and vanilla in a medium bowl until smooth.
- Cover with plastic wrap, laying the plastic wrap directly on top, and refrigerate until chilled (about 2 hours in the fridge or 20 minutes in the freezer).
- Meanwhile, toast the almond flour with the pinch of cinnamon in a small skillet on the stovetop until golden, stirring frequently. Cool completely.
- Once chilled, roll the cream cheese mixture into 10 balls and roll each in the toasted almond flour.