Frozen Raspberry Bliss

Have you heard of "fat bombs"? They're a real thing, especially in the Keto world. And while it may seem easy to go overboard on these intentionally high fat treats, it's really not. The fat is satisfyingly satiating and there's no added sugar to fuel an all out binge. Each one of these delights is only 1 carb. Yup, 1 little ol' carb from the organic raspberries. So if you're looking for a high fat treat with a touch of sweet, you have arrived!

Frozen Raspberry Treats


How to prepare:

  • Spread washed, organic raspberries on a cookie tray lined with parchment paper
  • Place that in freezer for about an hour 
  • While they're chilling, mix the coconut butter and coconut oil in a double boiler. (I simply use a medium size glass mixing bowl over a pot of boiling water.) Blend until completely melted, then add the vanilla
  • Once the  berries are firm to frozen, toss them into a food processor 
  • Add the chopped berries to the melted coconut oil and butter and mix thoroughly
  • Use a Tablespoon to scoop the mixture into the mini-muffin tin (10 full molds)
  • Freeze this for a couple of hours or so
  • Pop them out of the pan and place into an airtight container that you'll keep in the fridge (or freezer) until ready to serve

Quick Tips:

  • You can use a silicone candy mold, but I find my mini-muffin pan works perfectly. You don't need to use coconut oil to 'grease' the pan either; these will pop out with a bit of prodding from a sharp knife tip if you leave them on the counter a couple of minutes. 
  • Store in an airtight container in the fridge for a week or so, or keep them in the freezer for a month. I like to let them sit at room temperature a few minutes before I drop a dash of coconut whipped cream on top for an extra burst of awesome.
Keto Raspberry TreatKeto Raspberry Bliss

Where's the sugar?  In the organic raspberries and a tad in the coconut butter.  These will surprise you with their subtle creamy sweetness. At only 1 carb, they are truly a keto style treat!

Macro Nutrient Information

10 "cups":   180ish calories   

< 1 gram protein   1 gram carbohydrate    20 grams fat