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Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Fat Bombs [Video]

Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Fat Bombs are perfect for the holiday season! Even when you are on a strict diet, you will feel satisfied with these treats!

For more low-carb dishes that you can enjoy without guilt, check out my recipes for Bacon-wrapped Pork Loin, Baked Crack Chicken, and Italian Chicken Skewers!

Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Fat Bombs

Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Fat Bombs are primarily made with cream cheese and cinnamon – the snickerdoodle duo. It is undeniable that this flavor combination is so enticing, keto or not!

The star of this dessert, the cinnamon, is a keto-friendly spice. Not only is it flavorful, but it also has a lot of health benefits. You may want to look for the Ceylon cinnamon variety rather than the more common Cassia type.

The spice has a lot of antioxidants, cancer-fighting properties, anti-inflammatory properties, and many more. But an interesting fact is that it can even lower the amount of sugar in your blood.

So, if you are trying to avoid carbs and follow this diet, then, this recipe benefits you greatly. Eating food with cinnamon can help improve your condition by lessening the chances of sudden spikes of sugar level.

But, of course, you must seek your physician’s approval about all these. And did I mention that this recipe is so easy to follow?  There is no reason not to try this fat bomb recipe!

How to Make Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Fat Bombs:

  • Combine: In a bowl, place all the ingredients and mix thoroughly. Make sure to use cream cheese and unsalted butter of room temperature. This is to ensure a smooth outcome.
  • Chill: Cover the bowl and place it in the fridge for about 30 minutes so that you will be able to handle it better later.
  • Shape: Take the mixture out and shape it into balls by scooping and then, rolling.
  • Serve: Make the frosting by mixing the frosting ingredients. Then, once set, you can take out the frozen fat bombs then, drizzle the frosting on top and sprinkle with cinnamon powder.

How many fat bombs can you eat on keto?

It depends on how many calories there are per piece, and yes, there could be a limit as to how many fat bombs you can eat. You should also consider the size of the actual pieces.

It is highly encouraged in this ketogenic diet that people be mindful of how much calories they are consuming, other than just avoiding carbs. Obtaining a good balance is still the best.

Can you eat cream cheese on keto?

Yes! Highly versatile for its creaminess and flavor, you can make spreads out of it. It is also a great candidate for baking goodies as well as making these fat bombs. It has very low carbs content while having high levels of fat and moderate protein. Definitely keto-friendly!

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How to store and freeze them?

  • Refrigerate: Most fat bombs will last for about 2 weeks in the fridge. Make sure to put them in an airtight container.
  • Freezer: These frozen treats are best stored for about 3 months. Just make sure that they are packed well with parchment paper in between to prevent them from sticking.

Recipe Tips:

  • You may want to use silicone molds as they also freeze well.
  • Add more flavors by adding in strawberries or any berry, nut butter, or unsweetened cocoa powder.
  • Another version is to roll these into balls and then, roll into a powder mixture of cinnamon powder, a little bit of salt, and sugar substitute.
  • Feel free to make them into cubes or other fun shapes.

Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Fat Bombs

Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Fat Bombs are perfect for the holiday season! Even when you are on a strict diet, feel satisfied with these frozen treats!

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  • Prep Time15 MIN
  • Cook Time
  • Servings 15 fat bombs, about 2 tbsp each


Fat Bombs:

  • 8 oz cream cheese softened to room temperature
  • 1 cup unsalted butter softened
  • 1/2 cup sweetener I used Swerve
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


  • 2 oz cream cheese softened to room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon heavy whipping cream
  • 1 tablespoon sweetener I used Swerve
  • 1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


Fat Bombs:

  • In a mixing bowl, using an electric mixer, mix all ingredients until smooth and well-combined.
  • Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and chill for 30 minutes.
  • Remove mixing bowl from refrigerator and form mixture into balls using a 2 tablespoons cookie scoop or flatten into silicone mold cavities.
  • Transfer fat bombs to the freezer to harden for 45 minutes.


  • Using an electric mixer, mix all the ingredients until fully incorporated.
  • Drizzle frosting over the fat bombs and sprinkle with cinnamon powder on top.

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Hi, Nina! I followed the recipe exactly and even added 6 tbsp. of almond butter to the batter, and I came up with 4 grams - 1 gram fiber for a net of 3 carbs per bomb, and it made 12 bombs. I am super strict with calculations, as I manually add up all ingredients I use myself, rather than use a nutrition calculator. So hopefully this helps put your mind at ease that one of these delicious bombs will not take up half of your day's quota.



Hi there, I did the calculations and I think your macros are off? 9 grams per bomb is way high. How many bombs does your recipe make? Your ratio of fat to carbs seems way off🤔🤔🤔 I would love to know how you figured out the numbers to see where I went wrong because I would love to try these but at 9 carbs, that is half my intake for the day.



Are they 149 calories each?

Catalina Castravet

Catalina Castravet

Hi Terri, yes.



What are the facts without the frosting

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