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Easy Cinnamon Roll Fat Bombs – Keto / Low Carb

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This cinnamon roll fat bomb became my favorite the moment I tried them. I often want to tweak a recipe, but this one hit the spot the first time. If you living a ketogenic lifestyle or mastering keto recipes, then easy fat bombs are a great low carb sweet snack for you. They provide the fat you need to curb cravings and stay satisfied.

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Easy, Easy Cinnamon Roll Fat Bomb Recipe

I call these easy because they are way too easy to make. And super easy means there’s no excuse. Weekends are my time to relax and not stress about my keto recipes. So paring this with my favorite bulletproof coffee is a great way to start the day. It keeps me satisfied until well after lunch, and I get a cinnamon roll (sort of) for breakfast.

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Simple Fat Bomb – Simple Ingredients

Morning? Yeah, but that’s just me – you may want to keep these around for afternoon cravings – also a great time for that cinnamon roll flavor. In fact is there a time that is NOT a great time for easy sweet treats? This recipe is da BOMB (literally). The ingredients are so simple and use ingredients that are low carb and high fat,

ingredients for cinnamon roll fat bomb

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If you don’t have a brown sugar sugar free substitute like the Swerve we’ve used here, you can leave it out and increase the other sugar. But this brown sugar Swerve is a staple in the house – keto or not. Plant based all natural – and won’t mess with your blood sugar.

mixing the cinnamon roll fat bomb

It’s as simple as mixing it up nice and fluffy, rolling into balls and store in freezer (my preferred) or fridge. Some have said the fat bombs are too hard when frozen. I’ve not had that problem – mine are hard, but easily bitten – so you’ll have to judge for yourself. You can always store them in the fridge, and I’ve had success with that.

Except that I want to eat it with a spoon :)

bite cinnamon roll fat bomb

A Great Biscuit Spread

Not sure you want to eat it plain? Try it as a spread on a Carbquik biscuit. How’s that for a cinnamon roll!?

bite of cinnamon roll fat bomb

Nom nom nom! For my nutritional info provided, it’s really based on how many balls you get from a batch. And that is based on the size of the ball. So please do your own calculations to make sure you stay within your macros.

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Cinnamon Roll Fat Bomb - Keto / Low Carb

Cinnamon Roll Fat Bomb - Keto / Low Carb

Yield: 18



  1. Let the cream cheese and butter soften
  2. Mix all ingredients together with a hand or stand mixer
  3. Refrigerate for several hours until firm
  4. Roll into balls or use ice cube trays / candy molds
  5. Store in the freezer (preferred) or fridge
Nutrition Information
Yield 18 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 99Total Fat 9gSaturated Fat 6gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 26mgSodium 95mgCarbohydrates 3gFiber 0gSugar 1gProtein 1g

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Friday 28th of October 2022

Sounds amazing. I make coffee fat bombs in a similar way. Cream cheese, butter, 2.5T Truvia, 1T instant coffee dissolved in 1.5T water. Now I will have two kinds of heavenly snack in the freezer :)


Tuesday 25th of February 2020

I made these tonight!! They are awesome!! My new favorites!

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Liz Rombough-Bennett

Sunday 24th of March 2019

Can you make them without Brown eryth? I cant find it at my local super market.


Wednesday 8th of January 2020

Instead of special brown sugar I simply used Stevia drops and 2 tsp of Splenda and added Clubhouse MAPLE favouring extract.(no carbs). I also put into silicone molds directly after whipping with a rubber scraper..made 16 squares, ...ready to pop out instead of fiddling with rolling balls after waiting for them to be chilled enough. Yum!!!

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