Perfect for keto, paleo, and low-carb diets, get an energy boost that is high in fat, but low in protein and carbohydrates with Sweet and Savory Fat Bombs!
Learn to make 100 savory and sweet snacks—perfect for fat fasts and boosting your fat intake. These delicious, high fat snacks are ideal for low-carb high-fat, ketogenic, and Paleo diets, and are also a great alternative to sugary, carb-filled treats. Use Sweet and Savory Fat Bombs to help shed those stubborn pounds, to fill you up in between meals, or to give you an energy boost. Fat bombs are ideal for boosting your fat intake, as at least 85% of the calories come from fats. These simple recipes include easy-to-find ingredients, so you'll always have something scrumptious and satisfying to snack on! Start by making basic recipes—like Spiced Maple and Pecan Butter, Berry Nut Butter, and Chocolate-Hazlenut Butter—to serve as the base ingredients for your fat bombs, then create:
Don't think that a specialized diet means giving up tasty foods, Sweet and Savory Fat Bombs has your back!
Martina Slajerova is a health and food blogger living in the United Kingdom. She is the best-selling author of The KetoDiet Cookbook, Sweet and Savory Fat Bombs, Beginner's KetoDiet Cookbook, Quick Keto Meals in 30 Minutes or Less, and Keto Slow Cooker & One-Pot Meals. A firm believer in low-carb living, Martina discovered the ketogenic diet after being diagnosed with Hashimoto's Disease in 2011. Frustrated with the lack of practical resources, Martina created the KetoDiet app and blog to help others live the ketogenic lifestyle successfully. A science geek at heart, Martina incorporates the latest research as well as firsthand experience into her advice. When creating recipes, she focuses not just on carb count, but on creating delicious, healthy recipes that are free of processed ingredients, unhealthy vegetable oils, and artificial sweeteners. Today her blog posts reach hundreds of thousands of people and her work has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Huffpost Healthy Living, BuzzFeed, as well as dozens of other low-carb media and outlets.