Keto Choco Peanut Butter Bombs Cover image
Desserts, Keto, Low carb, Recipes

Recipe – 3 Ingredients Keto Choco Peanut Butter Bombs


Jump to Recipe

If you are following a Keto diet, you have probably had sweet/dessert cravings.
These no baking keto bombs recipe of Peanut-chocolate buttercups is an easy way to survive these cravings as well as an excellent source for fat. I always struggle with getting enough fat in my diary, so these bombs help me achieve them and lose weight.
To sweeten it up, I use erythritol in an amount that is enough for them not to be too bitter, but also not very sweet.

The Keto Peanut-choco fat bombs takes barely 10 mins to prepare and it is a good Keto treat when you are craving sweets

Keto Choco-Peanut Butter Bombs

Recipe by Santiago TacoronteCourse: Keto, Low carb, keto dessertCuisine: keto, low carb, dietDifficulty: Easy


Prep time


Refrigerating Time


Calories per serving (50 gr.)


Total time



This is a super easy keto dessert recipe that will help you add these fat numbers to your diary as well as satisfy your cravings. It only has 3 or 4 ingredients and requires no baking.


  • 250 gr. Unsalted/Unsweetened Peanut Butter

  • 3 Tbsp pure cocoa powder

  • 3 Tbsp Coconut butter or coconut oil (de-flavoured)

  • 2 Tbsp Erythitrol


  • In a bowl put all the ingredients together
  • Put the bowl in how water bath or in the microwave for 1 minute until coconut butter, peanut butter are melted and runny.
  • Mix it well with a whisker
  • Put the mix into metal cups (paper absorve too much of the rich oil)
  • Put them in the fridge for at least 2 hours until they are solid
  • Serve cold from the fridge with red fruits for a nice contrast.

Recipe Video


    Nutrition Facts

    6 servings per container

    Serving Size50g

    • Amount Per ServingCalories180
    • % Daily Value *
    • Total Fat 28.1g 44%
      • Saturated Fat 10.3g 52%
    • Sodium 7mg 1%
    • Total Carbohydrate 15.8g 6%
      • Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
      • Sugars 10.5g
    • Protein 11g 22%

      * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

      Subscribe to the Blog:

      Leave a Comment

      Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


      ten + 18 =

      This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.