Delicious Sugar Free Peanut Butter Fudge Bombs are high in fat and low in carbs so they produce a boost of energy without the sugar highs. Lightly sweetened with a small dollop of sugar free strawberry jam.
If fudge and fat bombs got married, this would be their child. I almost want to call them F-Bombs but that may have a different meaning. These keto treats are perfect for a snack whenever you feel you need a pick me up during the day.
Doesn't everyone love peanut butter? Super fudgy, these keto peanut butter fudge bombs are great stored in the fridge or freezer. There is no sugar or sweetener added other than the sweet taste from the small dollop of sugar free jam on top of the bomb.
I was inspired to make these cute little fudge bombs while making my Double Chocolate Fudge Cookies because I enjoyed the little snack with the big flavour which is very satisfying. It also makes a perfect diabetic friendly snack without spiking my blood sugars.
Ingredients used for this recipe
Only 6 ingredients are needed to make these delicious low carb peanut butter fudge bombs.
- Peanut Butter: a smooth all natural creamy peanut butter was used for this recipe to keep carbs low.
- Butter: unsalted butter was added to this recipe to keep the fat bombs fudgy while keeping it's consistency when kept cool. Alternatively you can use coconut oil.
- Powdered Collagen: this collagen powder has virtually no taste and adds a rich texture while also providing more protein to these super fudgy fat bombs.
- Sugar Free Jam: using a small amount of sugar free jam helps keep these bombs low carb while giving a touch of sweetness and flavour to the peanut butter. It's like PB & J in a keto fat bomb.
- Vanilla: helps bring out the flavours of all the ingredients.
- Salt: only use if your natural peanut butter does not contain a lot of salt. (optional)
Steps by step instructions
How to make Sugar Free Peanut Butter Fudge Bombs
STEP 1: In a large mixing bowl, combine all the ingredients together with a rubber spatula. Ensure you use softened butter, if cold you can microwave it for about 20 seconds on high to soften it and then add to the natural peanut butter.
STEP 2: Once you get the combined ingredients as smooth as possible, use a small cookie scoop to transfer to a silicone mini muffin pan or mold resting on a baking sheet. Only one scoop per mold. Then place a small dollop of the sugar free strawberry jam on top of each fudge bomb.
Freeze for 1 hour, then remove and enjoy.
Other sugar free desserts you might enjoy
Most of my recipes are diabetic friendly, low carb or keto recipes. Usually they are all three (diabetic friendly, low carb and keto).
This sugar free peanut butter fudge bomb recipe is super easy to make, here are a few tips.
Top Tip: using a silicone mold is the easiest way to pop these bombs out without struggling. I would not suggest to use a metal muffin pan.
Tip: don't be afraid to use other sugar free jam flavours if you don't have strawberry.
Set in the fridge: Freeze for at least 1 hour after transferring to the molds.
Serving: enjoy on their own or with your favourite warm beverage.
I prefer to store the bombs in the fridge as I like the gooey fudgy texture. However if you prefer a firmer bomb, store in the freezer.
Storage: for fudgy bombs store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week.
If you prefer a more firmer fudge bomb, store in an airtight container in the freezer for up to a month. To consume, remove from freezer and let stand at room temperature for a few minutes.
Frequently asked questions
Each fudge bomb contains 1g net carb.
One fudge bomb contains 1g of sugar and can be safe for diabetics without spiking blood sugars. However, as I always say, different foods affect people differently and you should always check your blood sugars after consuming new foods or recipes.
It's fudgy like fudge but it's fatty and kept cold like fat bombs. So I would say it's a hybrid of both.
Sugar Free Peanut Butter Fudge Bombs
- Combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl with a rubber spatula.
- Once smooth and creamy, transfer to the silicone mini muffin molds with a small cookie scoop. Only 1 scoop per bomb.
- Drop a dollop (¼ tsp) of the sugar free strawberry jam on to each fudge bomb.
- Freeze for 1 hour before consuming.
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