Coconut Chocolate Keto Fat Bomb

Super Simple Coconut Chocolate Fat Bomb

by Maggie Jones

If you follow a therapeutic keto diet then it’s not unusual to need a bit more fat to meet your daily macro targets and don’t have the interest in another bulletproof coffee. I keep a baggie full of fat bombs in the freezer for just such an occasion.

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My favorite fat bombs are actually these super-healing turmeric golden milk bombs but, if you can’t spare the carbs or the work required, these super simple coconut chocolate bombs might be just what you need.

Bulletproof coffee and coconut chocolate keto fat bomb

The entire recipe, as written contains

1868 calories
12.8g net carbs
12.2g protein
199g fat

Divide by the number of bombs your trays make for your macros per bomb. The information above assumes 8 servings per recipe.

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7 comments

Ragnhild October 27, 2021 - 2:29 pm

Coconut butter, is that the thick/stiff part of cocunut milk, or is it the butter like this one: https://artisanaorganics.com/products/organic-coconut-butter?variant=9032888614956 ?

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Maggie Jones October 27, 2021 - 6:27 pm

Hi! The one you linked is perfect and my absolutely favorite. I’ve started using this one, too, just to save money: https://store.edwardandsons.com/products/organic-unsweetened-creamed-coconut

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Ragnhild October 27, 2021 - 9:05 pm

Great! Thank you for the fast reply 🙂
(Again: sending you love and rooting for you, you are SUCH an inspiration and the work you do is so important.)

Ragnhild

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Allicia January 8, 2022 - 5:42 pm

Hi Maggie, I would like to start with 1:1 and move to 4:1, and could you please post a link to try to figure it out on my own? Ive got Cronomoter but honestly, not only is it very confusing, the targets, etc you suggest to imput there is simply no options for keto. Perhaps I have the Canadian version.

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Maggie Jones January 8, 2022 - 9:04 pm

Hi Allicia! Oof – I know it’s so hard. I’m working on a series of videos to better explain but they won’t be ready for some time.

In Cronometer, it is possible to use their Keto Calculator if you have their gold plan but it still doesn’t track macro ratios. What’s worked for me is to plan meals in advance. The protein, carbs and fat are totaled at the bottom of your daily diary (or for each meal if you click on the meal). For 4:1 keto, fat should be four times protein plus carbs. That is, if you have 10g carbs and 30g protein for the day, you need at least 160g fat. For 2:1, if you have 20g carbs and 30g protein, you need at least twice as much fat (100g fat). Sometimes it’s useful to work with a therapeutic keto informed nutritionist or dietician to put together a few meal plans. The Charlie Foundation website has some great referrals.

Good luck and very best wishes!

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Maggie Jones January 8, 2022 - 9:08 pm

I’ll also add that 4:1 is HARD. I haven’t been convinced by the research that it’s any more effective than 3:1. If your medical team hasn’t recommended 4:1 specifically, it might be worth starting 3:1 to see if that helps your condition. For example, 15g carbs and 35g protein for the day would mean 3 x 50g as much fat, or 150g fat for the day.

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Allicia January 14, 2022 - 4:00 pm

Thank-you, Maggie, I will take another look

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