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Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs

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Forget that you’re even following the keto lifestyle with these Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs. Rich, creamy, and full of banana flavor, your sweet tooth craving will be squashed in the tastiest of ways.

Easy to toss together, this recipe will have you set on keto snacks for days.

Fat bombs in clear bowl

If you’re anything like me, fat bombs are your saving grace when following the keto lifestyle. There are so many great flavors you can make like Strawberry Fat Bombs with Chocolate or Keto Cookie Dough Fat Bombs.

However, I am most excited to show you my new Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs. They are so simple to make and are absolutely bursting with flavor. 

This snack is a great way to start the day or keep it going. They also keep your body in ketosis to continually burn fat while offering that relief from hunger or cravings.

I am always trying to come up with fun new flavors of fat bombs; I love them that much! They give me great, healthy energy and help me power through the rest of my day. I have no doubt they will do the same for you!

A close up of a banana

How to Make Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs

  1. Mix the banana and cheese - In a large bowl, mash the banana and room temperature cream cheese until well blended and smooth.
  2. Add last ingredients - Add the vanilla and mix well. Then, add the sugar and mix well again. Finally, add the almond flour and mix well one more time.
  3. Freeze and enjoy - Scoop the mixture into silicone molds and freeze for two hours. Then, snack on!
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Tips and Variations

  • Storage - These keto banana cheesecake fat bombs can only be stored in the freezer in an airtight container. If not, they will melt and become a soupy mess if stored in the fridge or in a pantry. 
  • Use other fruits - If preferred, you can use other fruits in place of bananas. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, etc. would be great choices. Just be sure to mash them up really well.
  • Add some unsweetened coconut - If you like mixing things up, you can add some shredded unsweetened coconut to the mix. You may need to add some more cream cheese to adjust for the added ingredient.
  • Use brown sugar - If you want to add a variance to the flavor, you can swap out the white sugar substitute for a brown sugar substitute. A powdered sugar substitute would work as well.
  • Use other extract flavors - Swap out the vanilla for another extract flavor. This will change up the flavor of the fat bomb. I like to use hazelnut, birthday cake, mint, chocolate, etc. There are a ton of flavors to choose from. 
  • Use any silicone mold you like - I used the silicone mold I had on hand and the shapes weren’t that great for fat bombs, but it still got the job done. As long as the molds aren’t huge, any silicone mold in any shape should do just fine. 
A close up of food, with Banana and Cheesecake

Common Questions About Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs

What’s a Fat Bomb?

A fat bomb is a snack that is high in fat and low in protein. It helps to keep the body in ketosis which is a bodily process that burns fat for energy instead of carbs present in the body.

Because of the low protein, your body finishes digesting the fat bomb quickly and continues to burn through your stored fat. It is a delicious and healthy way to lose weight.

When Should I Eat a Fat Bomb?

A fat bomb is a great thing to snack on when you start feeling hungry. It has a lot of healthy fat and nutrients and tends to curb your appetite or cravings.

It is a great way to sustain yourself through to the next meal. So, the best time to consume them is 1-3 times a day between meals when you’re feeling cravings or feel like a snack.

Don’t hesitate to give these Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs a try, and while you’re at it, let me know how you liked them in the comments below!

Horizontal shot of Fat bombs in clear bowl; bananas and silicone molds in shot

Keto Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs

Prep Time: 10 Minutes

Cook Time: 0 Minutes

Freeze Time: 2+ Hours

Yields: About 20 1-inch Bombs

Ingredients:

Directions:

Sliced bananas and cream cheese in metal bowl

In a medium bowl, mash together the banana and cream cheese until smooth.

Mashed bananas and cream cheese in metal bowl with vanilla extract

Add the vanilla and mix well.

Mixed bananas, cream cheese and vanilla in metal bowl with sugar

Add in the sugar and mix well again.

Mixed bananas, vanilla, sugar and cream cheese in metal bowl with almond flour

Finally, add the almond flour and mix one more time.

Fat Bomb banana mixture in silicone molds

Scoop the banana mixture into silicone molds and place in the freezer for about 2 hours or until frozen through. 

Clear bowl of banana cheesecake fat bombs

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Clear bowl of banana cheesecake fat bombs

Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs

Yield: About 7
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

Forget that you’re even following the keto lifestyle with these Banana Cheesecake Fat Bombs. Rich, creamy, and full of banana flavor, your sweet tooth craving will be squashed in the tastiest of ways. Easy to toss together, this recipe will have you set on keto snacks for days.

Ingredients

  • 8 Ounces Cream Cheese, room temp
  • 1 Medium Ripe Banana
  • ¾ Cup Almond Flour
  • 4 Tablespoons Keto-Friendly Granulated Sugar
  • 2 Teaspoons Vanilla Extract

Instructions

    In a medium bowl, mash together the banana and cream cheese until smooth.
    Add the vanilla and mix well.
    Add in the sugar and mix well again.
    Finally, add the almond flour and mix one more time.
    Scoop the banana mixture into silicone molds and place in the freezer for about 2 hours or until frozen through.

Notes

Storage - These keto banana cheesecake fat bombs can only be stored in the freezer in an airtight container. If not, they will melt and become a soupy mess if stored in the fridge or in a pantry.
Use other fruits - If preferred, you can use other fruits in place of bananas. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, etc. would be great choices. Just be sure to mash them up really well.
Add some unsweetened coconut - If you like mixing things up, you can add some shredded unsweetened coconut to the mix. You may need to add some more cream cheese to adjust for the added ingredient.
Use brown sugar - If you want to add a variance to the flavor, you can swap out the white sugar substitute for a brown sugar substitute. A powdered sugar substitute would work as well.
Use other extract flavors - Swap out the vanilla for another extract flavor. This will change up the flavor of the fat bomb. I like to use hazelnut, birthday cake, mint, chocolate, etc. There are a ton of flavors to choose from.
Use any silicone mold you like - I used the silicone mold I had on hand and the shapes weren’t that great for fat bombs, but it still got the job done. As long as the molds aren’t huge, any silicone mold in any shape should do just fine.

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