20171231_114612.jpgWhat is a FAT BOMB?  It is a pre-made sweet treat for all who are following the KETO lifestyle or The Shepherds Code! We get to indulge our sweet tooth whenever our daily choices do NOT include enough FAT!  Three recipes out of many you can find online.  Just google FAT BOMB and adjust to your taste buds!!  REMEMBER we lose FAT by eating more FAT and less sugar or carbs!  SEE chart below!

NUMBERS for this FAT BOMB:  115.66 Calories, 11.02g Fats, 2.5g Net Carbs, and 1.48g Protein!  Simply delicious!


1 package of Philadelphia Cream Cheese

1/4 cup heavy whipping cream

1/8 cup Stevia

5 squares of sugar free chocolate

2 tablespoons butter

1/2 cup slivered almonds

OPTIONAL: 4 strawberries as garnish with canned whip cream

MAKE CRUST.…layer bottom of cupcake liner with melted butter and slivered almonds.:

  1. Melt butter in micro for 20 seconds.
  2. Mix melted butter and nuts.  Pat and press into muffin cups place in freezer

Chocolate and cream microwaved together – total 2 minutes


  1. Melt chocolate in 60 second intervals ( stir in cream, zap for total of 120 seconds)
  2. Whip philly cheese and sugar together
  3. Add melted chocolate  and cream mixture to philly cheese and stir
  4. Dollop atop nut crust in muffin cups
  5. Freeze muffin cups for an hour
  6. Adorn with sliced strawberries on top

    Do you like peanut butter and chocolate? KETO Chocolate Peanut butter balls


    Some chocolate Mousse? KETO PUDDING



3 thoughts on “KETO FAT BOMB?

  1. No, fat is 75% of all of your caloric intake, not only 75 grams. As an example, if you eat 2000 calories a day, 1500 of them should be from fat. Each gram of fat has 9 calories so that is 1500/9 or 167 grams of fat. You should have about 20% protein, which is 400 calories, and protein has 4 calories per gram, so that is 100 grams. 100 calories from carbs (total, not net) at 4 per gram is 25 grams, but most of that should be the fiber-filled veggies, so your “net” carbs at that level will be lower than 20.


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