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Low Carb Peanut Butter and Cream Cheese Fat Bombs

Deliciously sweet and creamy, Peanut Butter and Cream Cheese Fat Bombs will keep you satisfied when you are craving a rich dessert.

You can eat them partially defrosted or let them sit out a few minutes longer and they will be the consistency of a fluffy peanut butter dessert. Enjoy!

Peanut Butter and Cream Cheese Fat Bomb (Keto/Low Carb)
Makes 14 pieces, serving size: 1 piece
Per serving: 1 carb, 1 protein

  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 3 Tablespoons PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter
  • 2 Tablespoons Splenda
  • 2 Tablespoons sour cream
  • 4 Tablespoons cream cheese, softened
  1. Whip the heavy whipping cream until light and airy. Add the rest of the ingredients of mix well.
  2. Spoon into a silicone candy mold tray / silicon ice cube tray, making 14 portions. Freeze over night. Serve partially frozen or let them defrost completely for a fluffy treat.

Recipe from My Life Cookbook.

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  1. Ooh these look delicious. My mum makes fat bombs but I've yet to try one because she sweetens with honey and I'm allergic.😂 But still. The peanut butter part sounds delicious!!

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  2. Making this for the 2nd time! Absolutely delectable! Tastes like the Butterfinger chocolate bar. Keeps sugar cravings at bay. Heck, I would make this even if i wasn't doing keto!

    1. I'm sorry but I am not sure on that. I would recommending googling substitutions for what you are trying to replace.

    2. Erythritol is safe on keto. Splenda is not good for you. I would just adjust to preferred sweetness. I use stevia which is much sweeter than Splenda so I don’t use as much.

    1. Yes but ALL peanut butter including the dried kind has some STARCH in it that goes directly to blood sugar. You have to take the Total Carbs and subtract fiber and sugars and the remainder is the G content of starch. So for the one linked to this page from Amazon is "2 Tbsp calories 45, Total Carbs 5 g (20 calories) Fiber 2 g, Sugars 1 g which totals up to 3 g in sugars and fiber so subtract that from 5 g Total carb and you get 2 g STARCH which is 8 calories of STARCH and represents 18% of the total calories is STARCH with 11% as sugar for a total of 29% as blood sugar raising components. Peanut Butter is ALWAYS high in starch which becomes blood sugar in the mouth. The "fiber" has no effect on that blood sugar rise.