No one will know these key lime cookies took mere minutes to create, which means you can whip them up for any party, or as last minute treats anytime. Sweet bites like these help keep you on track while still delighting any non 131’ers around you. Enjoy this lime cookie bites recipe!
Lime Cookie Bites Details
These cute little balls aren’t your traditional “fat bomb.” The keto fat bomb has become a savior to all low carb dieters everywhere. And while many flavors and recipes grace the net, the typical ones contain coconut oil or butter, some type of nut and chocolate. And hey- sometimes a girl doesn’t want chocolate. GASP! Rare, yes, but it does happen. These little bites rival a crunchy shortbread cookie in terms of satisfaction. You need not grab these fat bombs from the freezer. Nope! Keep them in the fridge, because after all, they’re more cookie than they are melt-y fat bomb.
Fat Bombs in General
These high fat, low carb (usually frozen) treats help people get in healthy fat, satiate and ward of cravings. We love them. However, it’s important to remember that they do contain a lot of calories. We don’t really track calories at the 131 Method. But we do track our macros (sometimes). That’s where, and why, fat bombs (or as we prefer to call them- Brain Bombs-come in handy. We add MCT oil (shown to boost brain function and ketones) to many of our bombs, balls and treats. Read all about MCT oil here. Our lime cookie bites recipe also has a nice little dose of MCT.
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Lime Cookie BitesPrint Recipe
- 1 cup fine almond flour
- ¼ cup Swerve Sweetener Confectioners
- 2 tablespoons softened coconut butter
- 1 tablespoon MCT oil
- Zest of 1 lime
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 1 tablespoon coconut flour
- Sprinkle of coconut shreds, optional
- Place everything but the coconut into a bowl and stir until a semi-sticky dough forms. Roll into balls. If using, sprinkle or roll in coconut.
- These balls won’t melt at room temperature, but store in fridge until ready to set out or serve.
Calories: 116 | Protein: 3g | Fat: 10.5g | Carbs: 4g | Fiber: 2g| Net Carbs: 2g