chocolate-peanut-butter-fat-bombsYou’re probably wondering, what in the world are Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Fat Bombs?  I learned about fat bombs from a few people on YouTube. I found a recipe on and tried my hand at making the infamous fat bombs.

I had no idea they would taste so good. I felt a little guilty after eating the fat bombs because the flavor was so amazingly, delicious.

Fat bombs are high-fat, low to no sugar, treats common in low-carb, high-fat diet world. They are sugar-free treats/snacks without all the added junk that is found in similar, highly refined treats.

Eating a fat bomb occasionally is a good way to treat yourself to a healthy treat while also bumping up your nutrition.

I used the recipe I found on as my reference guide. Here is how I made my first fat bombs.



Pastured Butter – 4 tablespoons

Virgin Coconut Oil – 8 tablespoons

Unsweetened Peanut Butter – 4 tablespoons

Unsweetened Chocolate – 4 squares

Stevia or sweetener of your choice

(Note: I used Vanilla Flavor Liquid Stevia and powdered Stevia to taste).

24 Cavity Mini Muffin Pan for Cup Mold

(Note: I sprinkled unsweetened shredded coconut to a few of the cups for a taste test and it passed).



Melt butter, coconut oil, and peanut butter on medium-low heat. Stir until melted and blended well.

Add 4 squares of unsweetened chocolate.  Stir until melted and blended well.

Add Stevia or a sweetener of choice to taste.

Pour chocolate peanut butter mixture evenly into the 24 cup molds. I used a Pyrex measuring cup for mixture pouring.

Fill mold half-way (do not over fill).

Place in freezer for 30-45 minutes or until they set well.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Fat Bombs


Gently remove chocolate peanut butter cup fat bombs from your mold.

Store fat bombs in the freezer in a Ziplock bag.

Nutritional Information for Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Fat Bombs


Per serving (1 cup)

Calories: 87.5

Total Fat: 9.1 g

Total Carbohydrates: 1.36 g

Sugars: <1 g

Protein: 1.0 g

(Note:  Nutritional information based on the brand of ingredients I used. The brand you use may vary slightly).

LCHF, Ketogenic, Diabetic, Vegetarian (Lacto) Friendly


2 thoughts on “How to Make Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Fat Bombs

  1. I wish I could have coconut oil, allergy 🙁 I LOVE peanut butter cups. I seriously can inhale them. These look most delicious Evelyn 🙂

    • Hey Tea Jae,
      You can probably make this without using coconut oil. Peanut butter makes everything, mo betta. 🙂 They were quite tasty.
      Thanks for stopping and have a great year in 2016!

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