Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fat Bombs (super low carb, keto)

Cream cheese, chocolate chips, vanilla. Can you get better than cookie dough? I submit that you cannot. These are very light, fluffy and don’t have a sharp cream cheese flavor, but rather a traditionally vanilla cookie dough batter flavor. I was so pleased with how these turned out.
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Recipe:

8 oz cream cheese softened

1 stick (1/2 cup) salted butter

1/2 cup creamy peanut butter or almond butter (the kind that’s only peanuts and salt)

1/3 cup swerve sweetener (erythritol)

1 tsp vanilla extract

4 oz Lilly’s baking chips (stevia sweetened chocolate chips)

Cream everything together in a mixer and then spray a cookie scoop with coconut oil cooking spray. Refrigerate dough for 30 minutes before scooping onto parchment paper, then freeze for 30 minutes and store in the refrigerator in plastic baggies.
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Left soft I could see dipping fruit in this as a “cookie dough dip.” I hope you enjoy, let me know what you think! Don’t forget to like and share, healthy food is one of the best gifts you can give!

Check out the Nutrition_Facts_Label here!
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162 Comments Add yours

  1. Kelly W says:

    These are by far the best Fat Bomb I have tried. I didn’t have the choc chips noted but used 4 squares of 100% Cacao Ghiradelli baking choc and it turned out fine.
    This yielded 38 mini fat bombs
    Macros per FB:
    Cals: 66
    Fat: 6.34
    Net Carbs: .76
    Sugar: .13
    Protein: 1.49

    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Love it, so happy to hear that you got creative, that’s what makes them “you”

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  2. Ashley Glover says:

    Are your numbers here based on each piece? i.e. 66cal /~1 carb per ball? Want to know what to enter into Simple Stupid Keto app and couldnt understand the serving size on the nutritional facts! Thank you!!

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      This info is per ball 🙂

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  3. Jessica says:

    Just started and made these. O…M…G! That hit my chocolate craving and sweet tooth craving out of the park. They were super easy to make really delicious!
    This is by far my favorite Fat bomb and new favorite recipe!

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  4. Jackie Hayner says:

    So I’m new to this- and they r not baked?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Right, they are all the joy of cookie dough with none of the consequences!! Enjoy!

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  5. Dawn says:

    This is definitely my new favorite! It is easy and quick! I added chopped pecans too!

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Fantastic idea with the pecans! How creative!!

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  6. Janice says:

    The first fat bomb recipe I have ever loved!! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  7. lauren capponi says:

    Made these last night and they are amazing! Just wondering how long you can keep them in the fridge before they go bad. Thanks!

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      These are incredibly high fat, but I’d suggest keeping in the freezer if you plan to keep them longer than a week and a half 👍

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  8. Morgan Miller says:

    Yummm!!!
    I ended up having to use brown sugar stevia because I forgot to buy the other sugar. Turned out yummy!
    Also added walnuts and a little salt.

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  9. Sarah says:

    Hi, would Stevia be okay to use instead of Swerve? I have so much Stevia I’m trying to use before buying Swerve. 🙂

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Hi Sarah, yes, but I would add just a little, taste, then add more to taste 👍

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  10. Micki says:

    How much liquid stevia would I use in this recipe?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      I would probably start with a tablespoon, then taste and adjust. If you try it with liquid stevia, let me know how they turn out, I may have to try them that way ❤😊

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  11. Robyn Neagle says:

    You used swerve Granular sweetener or erythritol? Sorry i’m new to this!! 🙂

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Swerve is erythritol 🙂👍, granular or confectioners should work fine !

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  12. These are fantastic, I tolerate butter much better than coconut oil, and the flavor is wonderful, can’t walk by the freezer without eating one or two! Keto is new to me so to have something to satisfy chocolate and sugar cravings is a big help.

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  13. Janet Riva says:

    Love this!!! So easy to make It’s perfect to fill a void

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Aw you are so very kind, thank you!!

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  14. Robin says:

    💓very yummy

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  15. Katie says:

    Where do you get Lily’s chocolate chips?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      I get mine from Sprouts, but you can also order them on Amazon!

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  16. Jessica says:

    Could you use PB2 in place of the peanut butter? Keep it powdered or mix like actual peanut butter

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  17. Meghan says:

    I just made these and they tasted a smidge sour. I used liquid Stevie for the sweetener. Was that a no no? Could that have made them a little sour or is it me adjusting to the all natural peanut butter?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Meghan, I find stevia to make sweets a little sour unless baking with it. When baked it seems to get rid of that taste

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  18. Jessica younger says:

    Hi, I’m wondering what pb you use. I plugged this in to myfitness pal and even with scanning the label they got the carbs wrong on Lily’s dark chocolate chip (6 instead of 9 -only ones I could find) and the macros are still 5.9 carbs and 1 fiber for mine. I’m using philadelphia cream cheese and pics peanut butter along with the swerve and Lily’s. Not sure where the difference is coming from. I took the 20 servings from the nutrition label but not exactly sure how much it will yield yet cause it’s chilling now. I do total carbs, net only when I have to and I’m bummed cause these don’t fit in my macros with those numbers. ☹️

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  19. Jessica younger says:

    Hi again, I actually redid it with the right servings of the baking chips and it’s actually listing 8 carbs per serving. I’m wondering what’s different?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      The erythritol carbs are not metabolized, therefore they are “urinated out” and you don’t count them

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  20. Anita says:

    I made these today and they were very good so good it could be dangerous to make and have around plus will be hard to eat just one. I was able to find the chocolate chips at a Hyvee store

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  21. B says:

    If i don’t have chocolate chips do you think you could use unsweetened cocoa powder? Would you have to add any other ingredients?

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    1. Kara says:

      I use 1 oz of baker’s chocolate, just broken off the bar and shaved down. It adds 2g of net carbs for the recipe which I am totally fine with since mine generally makes about 24 bombs or so. Bakers chocolate is WAY cheaper than Lilys chips, and I don’t mind that when I get a large piece it’s a little bitter.

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  22. Debbie Bry says:

    These sound great! Could you please tell my what size cookie scoop you used, 1 tablespoon or 2 tablespoon? Thanks…

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  23. These are the best!!! Just like cookie dough & I’m not gonna lie… I could really eat the whole bowl! 😊

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  24. Abby Davis says:

    The chocolate/peanut butter fat bombs are amazing!!!! Thanks so much for an easy recipe!

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  25. Megan says:

    Hi! What kind of peanut butter did you use? Thanks!

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  26. Tami says:

    Awesome recipe! One of my favorites!

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  27. Tami McVey says:

    Made these tonight and just wanted to thank you! They’re absolutely delicious and so easy to throw together! I cut back on the sweetener and increased the vanilla a bit because I’m not the biggest sweet person, but wanted a little “something.” Since I made a double batch, I’ll have nice treats for weeks!

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      That is music to my ears, SO glad you found a treat you love ❤

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  28. Jamie McNamara says:

    I’m having a rough time finding how many servings this recipe yields. Any help is appreciated.

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Mine was 24 balls🙂

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  29. madeline says:

    It says there are two carbs, but everyone is saying it has one net carb. Do you subtract the sugar from it since it isn’t a traditional sugar and process the same way? Thank you!!

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      I think i saw a lot of people making them smaller than mine and coming up with 30 instead of 24, that would dissipate the carb count somewhat 🙂

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  30. Julie Turner says:

    Yumm! Thank You, this recipe is awesome! From a former chocoholic to 2nd week keto goer, this is EXACTLY what I needed. 😊

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  31. Rosalind K. Wiechart says:

    Hi, I was wondering if you could use PB2 in the recipe instead of peanut butter. And would you use it just as the powder or mix it up with a little water to the consistency of creamy peanut butter first? Has anyone tried this?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Personally i wouldn’t want to lise the fat from the PB, but im sure you could mix the powder and some extra butter for consistency 🙂

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  32. Amber Watson says:

    I made this tonight. I didn’t have a scoop or just tried to use a Tablespoon and measure out similar sizes. I only got 16 out of the recipe but when I checked your nutrition facts it looks like you calculated for 20. Thoughts??

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  33. Amberly says:

    If I used monk fruit sugar, would it be the same amount as in this recipe? Not sure how they compare

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  34. BJ says:

    I made these this weekend and had to try one as I was making them. YUMMY! I love them out of the freezer. This is the cure for peanut butter and chocolate craving for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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  35. Xavier says:

    Made these today and loved them!! I eliminated the sugar and they were perfectly sweet enough for me and my friends. Thanks for the recipe.

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  36. Rachel says:

    Delicious! 1st bomb for me and worth it. Bought swerve today and way better than stevia alone. Thx for the recipe….

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  37. I made the fat bombs. Our complaint is that they are way too sticky and messy. They don’t harden up. It needs a binder.

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      Christina, they do harden in the fridge or freezer given enough time.

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  38. Rachel says:

    Hello! These sound delicious and I have almost every ingredient needed but one. I don’t have Swerve. Does anyone know if I can substitute out Truvia equally? Or would I need to decrease or increase the amount of Truvia to turn out the same?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      You can add a couple teaspoons of truvia then taste, increase slowly 😊

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  39. Kim says:

    Cant wait to try these. Sound and look amazing and every Keto sweet I have tried so far has been a fail. LOL. Now i am hopeful! Any idea how they would be without the swerve? I have stevia but dont care for the taste. 😦 I couldnt find swerve at the store.

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      You could use xylitol similarly. Without any sweetener I don’t think I’d enjoy them nearly as much though…

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      1. Kim says:

        ok! thanks so much!

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      2. Tami McVey says:

        Hi Kim,
        I’ve been making these for several weeks now and I don’t even use sweetener anymore. I find the peanut butter and the chocolate chips add just the sweet taste I need. If you do go with xylitol or erythritol, use a blender to powder it first. It tends to be gritty!

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  40. Wren says:

    I love the Brian Regan reference hahaha

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