I love fat bombs – it saved me many days on Keto. But have you noticed that most of them are sweet? I’ve always been a savory girl, so I’m working on a series of savory fat bombs and the first one up is these Cheddar and Everything Seasoning fat bombs.

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If you don’t know what Everything Seasoning is, we need to talk. Or, should I say, you need to keep reading!

I first tried this recipe at a pot luck. Someone had made a cream cheese log and rolled it in the seasoning. I decided to make my own twist tho – see what you think! Let’s start with the essentials – cream cheese and shredded cheddar. I used the bagged shredded cheddar, but you’ll get a better consistency if you shred your own. It’s softer / finer I’ve found and mixes better – but the taste is the same, either way!

Once you’ve mixed those, it’s time to refrigerate for a few hours. Then pull bite size pieces and roll into balls. I’ve made these smaller than I normally would. I think it depends on how much flavor you want from the spice, balancing that with the cheese mixture. So here’s the dish on the spices – Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning from Trader Joe’s. Don’t have a TJ’s near you? You can buy it on Amazon!

Roll the balls in the season! I assure you, it’s something everyone will enjoy. Take it to your next pot luck and be the hit of the dinner.

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Cheddar and Everything Seasoning Fat Bombs - Keto



Mix the two cheeses and chill for 2 hours or longer. Pull a tablespoon size ball and roll it in the seasoning. Store balls in the fridge (if you don’t eat them all at once!)

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