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Gingerbread Keto Bombs (Vegan, No Bake!)

Gingerbread Keto Bombs (Vegan, No Bake!)
Are you ready for a keto Christmas? A carb-free Kwanza? A healthier Hanukkah? This Gingerbread Keto Bomb recipe is a must this season for anyone conquering the keto diet. At 1 carb per bomb, you'll get all the festive flavor, without straying from your goals! Plus, it's vegan, and no baking is required. You can find the ingredients for this recipe, and the best of healthy foods, online or at one of our 14 Chicagoland locations
Prep time: 5 minutes
Freeze time: 20 minutes
Servings: 20 bombs
Carbs: 1 per bomb

Ingredients:

2 cups NOW Almond Flour
1/3 cup Swerve Brown Sugar Replacement
1 tablespoon ginger
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 pinch cloves
1 pinch salt
6 ounces of melted NOW Coconut Infusions Butter Flavor

Directions:

1. Wash your hands, and dry thoroughly.
2. Add all dry ingredients to a mixing bowl, and mix well. 
3. Then, add in melted coconut infusions butter. Combine and knead with your hands. 
4. Scoop out mixture by the tablespoon, and roll into balls. 
5. Place on a plate and freeze for 20 minutes. 
These little festive treats can be moved from the plate immediately with a metal spatula. Or, you can wait a few minutes for them to soften. Between snacking, store them sealed in the fridge, or freezer for longer keep. If you tried this recipe, please leave us a comment on how you liked it, and any suggestions you have. Enjoy!

Comments

  • Laurie Woznicki December 10, 2019 at 11:52 pm

    I will. E trying these out this weekend! A batch for the break room sounds perfect!

    • Fruitful Yield December 11, 2019 at 8:45 am

      Yes! We've noticed that they taste even better on the second day, after sitting in the fridge overnight. Enjoy!

  • Alicja December 12, 2019 at 10:22 am

    For those who may be wondering, I tried this with coconut flour as I have a family member allergic to peanuts and other tree nuts- so try to avoid having in the house if possible. With the NOW Coconut Flour, they turned out pretty well- and tasted great too.

    • Fruitful Yield December 12, 2019 at 10:42 am

      Great tip. Thanks for sharing, Alicja!

  • Eileen December 13, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    Thank you to Fruitful Yield for coming up with this recipe. I have two kids and a teen who are allergic to various foods- a big portion being animal products so foods with milk/dairy, eggs, meats, gelatin, etc are out of the question and are unable to have wheat and soy. Finding a recipe like this is hard to find. You have brought absolute joy to my teen. She has Down Syndrome and is a wheelchair user, she's been wanting to make foods with very minimal assistance/none and because of this recipe not requiring baking/stovetop/chopping she was able to do so. They have already been made two times, and they are going to be prepared again for the weekend. I appreciate this recipe and hope to find more like this in the future- thank you Fruitful Yield team!

    • Fruitful Yield December 16, 2019 at 9:10 am

      Hello Eileen, You are so very welcome! We're over the moon to hear that this recipe has been so helpful to you and your family. We have a lot of recipes scheduled, but will try our best to think of some innovative recipes that may fit your needs.

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