Caramel Apple Pie Fat Bombs

These fat bombs are like eating little bites of caramel apple pie. Hide them. From yourself.

For starters, I think the name fat bomb gives this recipe a bad rap. Yes, they are full of fat. But it is GOOD fat. If you google fat bomb, you will find tons of delicious and healthy recipes.

I have to admit, this recipe was created out of my desire to make caramel apple coconut butter. Then I realized that I would probably eat the entire jar in one sitting (because that may have happened in the past). So, I decided to make it into a fat bomb recipe, to be stored in the fridge and enjoyed as little fat bomb snack bites. Oh yeah, they are like eating little bites of caramel apple pie. Hide them. From yourself.

Well, they actually are good for you. So you can have a few in one sitting. Full of healthy fats, fiber, vitamins, and cinnamon (which happens to help regulate blood sugar!). Plus, there is no sugar in this recipe. These are really a great treat for anyone who has blood sugar issues! My kids love them too, they think they are getting a sugary treat.

Caramel Apple Pie Fat Bombs

Caramel Apple Pie Fat Bombs

These fat bombs are like eating little bites of caramel apple pie. Hide them. From yourself.


  • 2 medium organic green apples, cored and sliced (If you would like to peel them, it's up to you, I don't.)
  • 2 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 can (5.4oz) coconut cream
  • 1/2 cup coconut butter
  • 20 drops English toffee stevia
  • Pinch sea salt


1. In a skillet, saute the apples in the coconut oils until soft.

2. Add the cinnamon and stir to coat.

3. In a high-powered blender, combine the rest of the ingredients and blend on high until liquefied.

4. Pour into silicone molds (go ahead, give it a taste! The "batter" is so tasty!).

I use a few different sized molds for different snack sizes.

5. Place into the freezer until firm.

6. Pop out of molds and store in a plastic bag in the fridge. Try not to eat them all in one day!

What is your favorite fat bomb recipe? I love to experiment with different flavors! Tell me about them in the comments below! 

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42 Replies to “Caramel Apple Pie Fat Bombs”

  1. Omg, that sounds like my new fave, I love green apples, cinnamon and coconut everything so…what’s not to like?? I can’t wait to make these, thanks for the recipe!

  2. The apples and cinnamon go into the blender as well, right?? Your instructions only include “the remaining ingredients”. This may seem dumb on my part, but I don’t like to assume anything.

    1. Not a dumb question… I read over the directions several times, and then was glad to find your question, as I was wondering the same thing!

    1. I have not yet made this, but was curious about nutritional values myself (before making it). Using MyFitnessPal recipe creator here’s some nutrition info below. Hope it helps. I think it will work for me.

      (NOTE: The values below are for the WHOLE recipe. Individual serving values would be based on portion size. Divide total values by number of pieces cut to get serving size/values. The smaller the piece size, the lower the serving values. For example, 1 serving of 12 bombs produced would be: Calories 70, Fat 25g, Protein 0g, NetCarbs 4g, but 1 of 24 bombs would be half these values.)

      Nutritional Amounts Per Whole Recipe:
      Calories 842
      Total Fat 60g
      Saturated Fat 50g
      Monounsaturated Fat 1g
      Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
      Trans Fat 0g
      Cholesterol 0mg
      Sodium 637mg
      Potassium 730mg
      Total Carbohydrate 66g
      Dietary Fiber 11g
      Sugars 49g
      Protein 1g
      Note: Generic values were used in MFP and some data may not be totally accurate, due to product variance, but it’s a good general guide. You should create your own values with your products used.

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