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February 7, 2016 by Leanne Vogel October 2, 2018
Beautifully layered chocolatey keto n’oatmeal bars with a nutty flavor, no nuts, grains or sugar. Completely keto with only 4 grams of net carbs.
Fat bomb. Every time I read this work, I think of the song sex bomb (enjoy that slice o’ Tom Jones). Anyone else with me?
For those of you who don’t know what a keto fat bomb is, it’s exactly as the title denotes = lots of fat, in one little keto package. Usually in the form of keto nut butter with some oil and flavoring.
Sadly, there are only so many keto fat bombs a keto girl can handle before she’s bombed out. If you’re not there yet, check out these dairy-free keto fat bomb recipes.
But okay, so you’re sick of keto fat bombs. What if we looked at the concept of the “fat bomb” in a different light? Like, in a keto fudge bar, oatmeal-free, keto dessert kind of way? This keto recipe is all that, and more. You can share your keto fat bombs with the world without anyone knowing it’s an actual keto fat bomb, and they will all benefit from the amazingly nourishing fats in each delectable keto bar!
For the full recipe, scroll down.
I used Manitoba Harvest hemp hearts as the major ingredient in this keto recipe because the hemp hearts so perfectly replace oats. Seriously, just about every oat-based recipe can be made paleo (and grain-free!) by replacing the oats with Manitoba Harvest hemp hearts. I get the big bags of the stuff at Costco.
What I love about hemp hearts is that they’re a “neutral” carb with an equal amount of total carbohydrates to fiber. And they’re loaded with omegas, plant-based proteins, the list goes on, and on. So much better than oats for your cooking!
One of my goals this year is to find more cool FREE keto resources to share with you, every week. Here are a couple of resources that I think you’ll find really interesting.
Which of your favorite oat-based recipes do you think might work well with hemp hearts instead? (Hint: I’m pretty convinced that they ALL will). Share it with everyone on social!
My team and I work on finding the best products that not only have quality ingredients, but care about their customers. It has taken us years to find products with ingredients and integrity that I can stand behind. These brands want to be part of our community, and this blog post is one of the ways we’re sharing their awesomeness. Opinions in this blog post are never ever influenced by the partner. Like, never!
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.