(No-Bake!) Cookies ‘N Cream Fat Bombs 🍪 gluten free, keto & paleo

16 comments

  1. Sheila Walker says:

    Hi Paola, I’ve been a little confused about the coconut milk used in keto recipes-are you using the cream from the can or do you mix it with the milk/water in the can first? I’ve bought a few different brands and found they all separate. Thank you!

  2. Rezart says:

    Ok, I am making it official. If I hit the powerball, I am opening a restaurant and you, Paola are going to be the owner. This talent must be preserved and cherished. Your creativity and delicious recipes are AMAZING!!! I just made the fat bombs, and I must admit I just used a bowl and made it look like ice-cream (not an ice-cream fan here), nothing like the pics you have, however, the taste is delicious. Even my kids loved it!
    I ate three servings, which is OK as I can afford high fat content (140g per day)…next on the list to try, are the drop biscuits and the tortillas…

  3. Samantha L says:

    Made these yesterday and I was not disappointed. They are so good! Mine formed little ice crystals inside. Is that from not waiting long enough for them to thaw before enjoying or the coconut/heavy whipping cream mixture being too runny? When I added the coconut milk and vanilla to the fluffed heavy cream it was the consistency of a thick protein shake. Also, I have been looking over the Vanilla Ice Cream recipe and I noticed some of the steps are similar. I may try a cookies and cream ice cream using the chocolate cookie crumble, if you have any suggestions that would be much appreciated! 😀 Again I don’t know how you come up with these recipes but well done they are amazing!!!!

    • Paola says:

      So happy to hear you enjoyed them Samantha! On the crystals, you shouldn’t be getting them. So I’m thinking this could be because the HWC wasn’t whipped enough (as you mentioned)- the consistency should be very thick. Could also be that the coconut cream isn’t full fat? This is one ingredient that varies A LOT from brand to brand.

      Otherwise definitely give the ice cream a go, as the added xanthan gum there helps to stabilize the mix. You’ll just want to make more of the ‘cookie’ mix (depends on your taste 2-3x more!) xo!

      • Samantha L says:

        I think it was probably not whipping the heavy cream enough. I’ll make sure to correct that next time. Also, the coconut milk I used wasn’t lite and it had about 14 grams of fat per 1/3 cup serving.
        Thank you so much for the ice cream advice! I’ll be trying that soon. I will let you know how it goes after. 🙂

  4. Amanda Morrison says:

    I must admit I made these as soon as your email came in! Couldn’t resist, cookies ‘n cream ice cream and chocolate have always been my favorite too!! And OMG you really never disappoint! The cookie crumble was fantastic!!! HOW on earth do you come up with this stuff? I could swear I was eating actual crumbled cookies, and the best kind. I love your recipes so much Paola. I also made the 15 minute pizza this weekend and the whole family happily dug in. You’re a blessing to us.

    • Paola says:

      Oh man that cookies ‘n cream chocolate lol! And wow thanks so much for your lovely comment- always incredible to hear that the recipes are being so well loved 🙂 Thank you Amanda, hope you keep enjoying xo!

  5. Holly says:

    I am drooling after seeing that last picture where the fat bomb is slightly melted! These sound AMAZING and like exactly something I’ve been looking for! You can rest assured I will be trying these this week and will be thanking you over and over again! After I make them, I’ll report back and give you 5 stars! (Yes, I’m that confident that I’ll love them). Love your site!!!!

    • Paola says:

      OMG lol! Now I REALLY hope you do love them 😜 so happy to hear you’re enjoying the site Holly! Thanks for the good laugh 😉

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