Recipe: Bombs of Fat

P3 and P4 LegalThe beauty of living the high fat way of life is that hunger is seldom an issue, and energy is in abundance, that sometimes you just forget to eat.

I know, unreal right?

But seriously, not eating is really NOT an option when you are doing high fat.  High fat works better when you are not starving yourself, but instead, giving your body the energy it needs to serve you well.

That is why these little things are so incredibly awesome on a high fat way of life.  It provides in just a little package everything that you would need to move on with your day.  They pack an incredible caloric punch so that your fat numbers can get up there quite easily without eating a lot of bulk.  Oh the high fatter’s dream!

This recipe is extremely versatile, just configure with what your faves are.  I just happen to have some pumpkin seeds that needed used, so I opted for those, and the coconut give it a nice crunch.  No reason you couldn’t add cocoa nibs or cocoa to make them more chocolate, but I don’t like chocolate, so that wasn’t an option.



 Bombs of Fat
12 servings

10 minutes prep
3 hours and 10 minutes start to finish (3 hours to set and freeze)

1 cup pumpkin seeds
1 tbsp evoo
2 tbsp honey (organic local is best)
3/4 cup melted coconut oil
1/2 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
8 tbsp melted salted butter (one stick)
1/4 tsp salt

Turn the pumpkin seeds into a flour by using something similar to a Magic Bullet or a food processor. Add all other ingredients to Bullet and mix until well blended.

Place cup liners into muffin pan (12) and freeze.

Entire Recipe:

3005 Calories
306g Fat (88% calories from fat)
16g Protein
78g Carbohydrate; 12g Dietary Fiber
248mg Cholesterol; 1496mg Sodium; 640mg Potassium

Per Serving:

250 Calories
25g Fat (88% calories from fat)
1g Protein
7g Carbohydrate; 1g Dietary Fiber
21mg Cholesterol; 125mg Sodium; 53mg Potassium

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2 Comments on Recipe: Bombs of Fat

  1. Megan says:

    Honey with Fat Bombs, thought it would be too much carbs. I will have to try with my other chocolate fat bomb recipes b/c I can’t stand artificial sweeteners, they taste bitter to me. Thanks!

    • Biz says:

      I tell my clients all the time, sugar is not the enemy, wheat (and now I add gluten free garbage) is. You don’t need much honey to make these sweet, the coconut does a good job of that, and if you are sensitive to sweet, then you might need to cut back a little on the honey. They are sort of amazing. Thanks for stopping by!

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