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No Bake Gingerbread Fat Bombs – Keto Diet

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When does a gingerbread fat bomb double as a delicious cookie treat? Always. What I love about having fat bombs on a ketogenic diet is that I feel like I’m having a cheat treat, but I’m not. 

keto no back gingerbread fat bomb

Super Easy No Bake Gingerbread Treat!

These are as simple as a fat bomb can be. You’ll have enough gingerbread fat bombs for the week within 10 minutes. And the seasonings can be adjusted to have more spice flavor or keep it mild. 

keto no bake gingerbread fat bomb

You’ve most likely got these ingredients on hand – if not they are on your shopping list as they are staples of a Keto diet. Can’t you just taste the yummy? Yes, that is melted butter. Yummmm.

keto gingerbread fat bomb ingredients

What is in our Gingerbread Fat Bombs?

keto no back fat bomb mixture

I keep this in my fridge in my pyrex container and scoop out a little when I need a boost. You could certainly add something like collagen for an added health benefit. And if you are no-dairy, try subbing coconut oil for the butter!

closeup of gingerbread fat bombs

How do you calculate the Macros?

Because almond flours vary in texture and amount needed, I don’t give Macros on this recipe. I recommend you calculate them on your own with the ingredients you purchase using My Fitness Pal. These will be in line with any basic fat bombs out there.

keto gingerbread fat bombs

How many fat bombs should I eat?

Fat bombs is a go-to keto snack, but you’ll want to make sure you don’t overeat and exceed your macros. Some fat bombs may have 15-20 grams of fat each and, depending on the ingredients enough protein for a meal. So if one isn’t enough for a snack, you may want to evaluate the other foods you’re eating.

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No Bake Gingerbread Fat Bombs - Keto Diet

No Bake Gingerbread Fat Bombs - Keto Diet

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes



  1. Combine all ingredients.
  2. Mix - you may need to knead with your hands
  3. Refrigerate for 3-5 hours until firm
  4. Roll into balls or use a silicone mold to form them


The brand of almond flour and type of sweetener you use will impact the ingredients and quantity you make, so I'd taste test as you go and add seasonings a little at a time. That's why I use teaspoons so I can add them one at a time.

Nutrition Information
Yield 20 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 152Total Fat 15gSaturated Fat 6gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 8gCholesterol 24mgSodium 73mgCarbohydrates 3gFiber 2gSugar 1gProtein 3g

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Monday 12th of February 2024

I wouldn't call it gingerbread flavor. It is absolutely a Snickerdoodle flavor. Still delish!


Tuesday 26th of December 2023

I’m allergic to almonds(coconut too.) Is there another flour I can use? If yes, how much? Thanks!


Sunday 17th of September 2023

Can I substitute coconut oil for butter to make this dairy free?


Sunday 12th of December 2021

I made these yesterday and they are so delicious. Wonderful gingerbread taste. Thank you so much!


Thursday 22nd of April 2021

I’ve now made these 3 times, delicious & a favourite for me. Stick mine in the freezer and they firm up but don’t get to hard. As a type 2 sweets like this help me deal with cravings, weight, and desserts. Thank you for sharing!!!

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