Keto Fat Bomb: Chocolate & Peanut Butter Recipe – Dr.Berg

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If you love chocolate and peanut butter, you have to try these amazing keto fat bombs!

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0:35 Tasting the chocolate and peanut butter fat bombs
1:04 How to make chocolate and peanut butter keto fat bombs

In this video, we’re going to share a delicious keto fat bomb recipe. This is a recipe for a chocolate peanut butter fat bomb. These are super easy to make and super delicious. This fantastic keto bomb recipe has simple ingredients like cocoa powder, coconut oil, butter, and peanut butter. You can also use whatever kind of keto-friendly sweetener that you like best. Store these keto bombs in the freezer for best results.

These keto fat bombs are a great way to stay satisfied between meals if you’re doing the keto diet and intermittent fasting. Just remember to only have one with your meal as a keto dessert and not as a snack between meals. There is no sugar in these tasty keto-friendly treats—only healthy fats to help get your body into fat-burning and stay in fat-burning.

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Dr. Berg, age 56, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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38 thoughts on “Keto Fat Bomb: Chocolate & Peanut Butter Recipe – Dr.Berg”

  1. ½ cup coconut oil

    ½ cup peanut butter

    2 tbsp cocoa powder

    ¼ tsp vanilla

    40 drops of stevia

  2. @DrBerg I just came across this video and I wish that you would update it and sub organic raw almond butter for the peanut butter. Peanuts are legumes and we really should not be eating them. They have a very high ratio of omega-6 fatty acids compared to omega-3. Plus they have a tendency to have mold in them. Otherwise a Yummy recipe!

  3. Not sure why I can't get to the recipes? It takes me to you shop instead of recipes.

  4. Just started making keto recipes, I wish you would make & bake more recipes for us! 😸

  5. One most definitely always colors inside the lines and the other definitely does not. 😂 these two are so cute together

  6. Delicious! I made for the first time yesterday and my husband ate all but two so I made another batch today to hide from him. Today instead of the coconut oil I used beef tallow…wow, really good! I dropped a whole pecan in the center of a few because some days I feel like a nut. 😄 I divided them into 15 servings using those tiny lollipop cupcake papers from the bakery section and the numbers are…Calories 77, Carb 1, Fat 8, Protein 1 and sugars a big fat ZERO! Next time I’m trying the recipe using bacon fat, chocolate and bacon go together perfectly.

  7. I’m new to keto. Do i only eat 1 per day or per meal? And does that also pertain to all the fat bombs?

  8. my friends mum has a breast cancer and i want to use a healthy butter. any suggestions? thanks

  9. Do you need the sweetener? And if so what should be used? Always thought that was bad for you. But I trust Dr. Berg, would appreciate if anyone has any tips. And also Is my cacao powder high carb mine has 54g per 100 g. Is it a bad one?

  10. On your website it doesn't mention butter and all this time I was making it without butter… Tonight I will try with butter.

  11. Would be helpful to see the packaging of the ingredients you’re using for those of us new to keto and trying to figure out which chocolate to use.

  12. This is a high oxalate bomb! Chocolate and peanuts are high in ocalic acid which will ruin your health ove time.

  13. OMG!!! I just tried this one and it is amazingly yummy. I love love love it!!! So happy I came across this recipe. Thank you Dr. Berg and Karen. 😍😍😍

  14. This is my 2nd time making these but I may have to slow down because my husband is eating waaaay more than Dr. Berg recommends. LOL

  15. I just made these and they are so good. I added a bit more coco powder because the peanut butter was over powering. I had to add another tbsp. of stevia erythitol mix to get the right sweetness. They are incredible. Thank you so much.

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