Updated: Nov 9, 2020
The Best Keto Choc Fat Bombs Ever!
No Bake – Sugar Free – Quick& Easy
Ketogenic Diet Recipe
THESE WILL BE GREAT FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON If you have been craving a Chocolate treat, and I know you have, why not try these Healthy AF, Sugar free, Gluten free, Keto "Baci" Hazelnut Choc Bombs. A Fantastic No Bake, Keto Fat Bomb recipe that will have you in and out of the kitchen in no time at all. Almost like a copycat 🐱👤 "Baci" but in a Keto, No Sugar Bomb with less than 2gm carb per serving.
Enjoy as Keto Desserts, Keto snacks, Halloween Sweet Treats or take to Parties. Everyone will love these including kids, even if they don’t follow a ketogenic diet. And what a great way to Reduce Sugar and reduce the risk of Diabetes and Obesity. Are you ready to learn how to make These Delicious Bombs? Of Course You Are.
HOW TO MAKE HAZELNUT CHOC "BACI" BOMBS
1 Cup Coarsely Ground Roast Almonds
2 tbsp Salted Butter, divided
200gms Hazelnut Cashew Butter (we used Noya Hazelnut Cashew Butter)
3 tbsp of Brown Sugar Alternative, or Powdered Erythritol
1 tspn Vanilla Extract
Lindt"No Sugar"Dark Chocolate 100gms, whole bar, 100gms 9 (40gms carbs, 1gm Sugar), we will only use half the chocolate.*
*NB: any Dark Lindt Choc in the Range of >90% Cocoa is fine as a substitute.
Place 1 tablespoon of the Butter and the Hazelnut butter into a Microwave safe bowl. Microwave at 30 second intervals until completely melted and well blended.
Add Erythritol and Vanilla Essence to the Mixture
Remove from Freezer and roll mixture into small balls, making roughly 20. Make a small hole in the ball and insert hazelnut and cover .
Grab the Lindt chocolate and break into small pieces in a bowl. Add 1 tbsp butter and temper in microwave at 30 sec intervals, stirring between heating.
When melted take chocolate mixture and grab your balls. Dip the balls into the Warm Chocolate using two spoons.
Place on Baking paper and put in the Fridge to set.
You have now achieved Choc Hazelnut Heaven.
You will use half of the melted chocolate in the recipe, so use the remainder for another recipe.
Its just easier to use more to dip the balls in. So we only need to count half when calculating the nutritional composition. For the remaining chocolate you can throw in some of your favourite nuts or coconut and make an extra treat.