Frozen Strawberry Fat Bomb

Frozen Strawberry Fat Bomb

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Frozen Strawberry Fat Bomb

FROZEN FAT BOMBS

There’s nothing I love more than a creamy frozen treat on a hot day…who am I kidding… I love frozen treats in the middle of winter too!

One trick that worked for me and many of my clients is to have a treat in the freezer in individual portion sizes. For me I always let myself have a dessert. That way when I am out socializing and everyone is enjoying cake or a dessert at a restaurant, I have no problem enjoying the conversation and knowing that when I get home I have a “healthified” dessert waiting for me. Even if it gets late and I eat within 3 hours of going to bed, I would rather do that than to grab the sugary dessert and feel awful the next day.

Also with how EASY these are there is no excuse for feeling deprived on a keto diet!

Check out why you should use Heavy Cream vs Whipping Cream HERE.

 

Frozen Strawberry Fat Bomb
 
Prep time
Total time
 
Author:
Serves: 12
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Place all the ingredients in a whip cream canister (click HERE to find the one I have).
  2. OR place the cream in a large bowl and whip until peaks form. Add the natural sweeteners and extracts.
  3. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Squirt 2 tablespoons of the cream onto the paper about ½ inch apart.
  4. Place in freezer for about 30 minutes or until frozen.
  5. Store in airtight container in the freezer for up to 1 month if they last that long!
Notes
NUTRITIONAL COMPARISON (per serving)
Traditional Cream Bite = 150 calories, 16g carbs, 0g protein, 5g carbs
"Healthified" Frozen Fat Bomb = 133 calories, 16g fat, 0g protein, 0g carbs

(100% fat, 0% protein, 0% carbs)
 

 

26 Comments

  • jenny says:

    Wow I will be making these…just found out that I can buy the Stur in the UK x

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Awesome! 🙂

    • Donna says:

      Hello Jenny,

      I couldn’t help but notice your comment because I too live in the UK. Please can you tell me where you get your Stur? I am based in London . Thank you!

  • So simple and delicious!

  • Beth.H says:

    I love your recipes, thanks for sharing! I am not a lover of the Swerve, I find the taste off-putting. I’ve tried to blend it with other non sugar sweeteners but it’s still a no go for me. Do you have any suggestions for an alternate non sugar sweetener that effect the keto aspect of your recipes? Appreciate your input.

  • Tanja says:

    Hello Maria,

    I am in the stage of researching the keto way. So if I would use 1 tbsp maple syrup, that would throw me out of ketosis? I am not a fan of processed sugar alternatives.
    Are maple syrup and honey a no-go?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      The sweeteners I recommend are as natural as maple syrup (processed to remove extra water) and honey (fermented by bee saliva). 🙂

    • Ilisa says:

      Yes, those would likely throw you out of ketosis.

  • Lisa says:

    What do you think of Just Like Sugar for a substitute?

  • Addie says:

    What would you sub for dairy free? Thank you!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Coconut cream (or cream skimmed off the top of a can of coconut milk). 🙂

  • Linda says:

    Hi Maria, I would like to make different flavours. I have banana, coconut, orange and lemon extract. If I wanted to use one of these instead of the Stur sweetener how much should I use? Thanks.

  • Sasha says:

    Maria, About A month ago I transitioned, after reading your book keto adapted, from a very lowfat vegan (only eating produce) based diet to high fat with animal proteins. I’m less bloated

  • Sasha says:

    Wow, it won’t post all my comment. I’ll just attach the end to what was posted.^BUT I’m doing this to lean out (loose fat and water weight). I’m finding using a calorie counter I’m eating about 300-500 more calories even though it’s low carb. Veggies virtually have no cals so I ate large volumes and juiced back then. Is that going to keep weight from coming off, & actually gain inches, if the calories have increased due to change in macros? I’ve searched your blog,interviews, & books for what exactly you eat, a food diary atleast for a few days to get an idea of what Your keto lifestyle actually looks like – your my keto role model but I’ve got very little idea of what you eat really. I was shocked to read you don’t eat most your recipes bc you eat less carbs than they contain, is that really true? It’s got to drive you crazy :-(.Maybe you’d share what your two meals a day consist of tfor a couple of days. It’s would help so so so much to just see. Thank you Maria for your books and blog

  • Barbara says:

    I would like to use extracts also and am unsure how much extract and what changes to make to the sweetener.

  • Sasha says:

    I think I get what your saying,veggies (carb source) no matter if your eating more fat (calories) it will stimulate appetite still? I think I’m afraid to cut veggies (fiber) bc the days I tried pure protien fats I felt great BUT I really didn’t need to go number 2 so I took coconut oil and got the runs :-/. The probiotic you recommend, was it the first you noticed working? I’ve bought so so so many $$$ and never noticed a dif, but I was vegan back then too. Craig’s a Man, were girls so I looking for yours 🙂

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      This probiotic has bifido and is refridgerated, the two things I look for in a probiotic. 🙂

  • Debbie says:

    Hi Maria,

    First off, I love your website! Thanks so much for all you do to support the LCHF community.

    This looks like a fabulous dessert. However, I’m not sure I understand how you came up with a calorie count of 69 calories per serving. The recipe says it makes 12 servings but that would make the calorie count more like 120 – 160 per serving, depending on the calories in the whipping cream (16 Tbls per cup x 2 = 32 Tbls x 45-60/calories per Tbls).

    Thanks for clearing this up for me!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Ah yes, my calculator sometimes uses the wrong cream. I updated it above. Thanks!

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