10 AIP Fat Bomb Recipes - Sweet and Savory

Do you need an extra burst of energy to ward off an emotional breakdown? Are you trying to limit your sugar intake with something healthy but still delicious? Or maybe you require AIP compliant diet to balance your GI and avoid inflammation? Whatever the case may be, a good fat boom can be an answer to your prayers.

Considering many fat bombs contain non-AIP compliant ingredients like chocolate, nuts, etc., it's quite challenging to find ones that work for you. That's why we have prepared a list of AIP fat bomb recipes that will tick all the boxes.

Learn More: What is AIP (Autoimmune Protocol)?

What Make Bombs AIP-Compliant?

Basically, they need to contain AIP-compliant ingredients, which means no alcohol, coffee, chocolate, processed oils, refined sugars, seeds, nuts, dairy, eggs, legumes, nightshade veggies, and grains.

On the other hand, some people can tolerate a certain percentage of seeds and nuts without developing a significant inflammation response. That's why these ingredients are still an option for some.

On our list, you will find a couple of recipes containing dairy products or nut butter, but if they cause you discomfort, you can switch to one of many fully AIP-complaint recipes, or you can check out some of the AIP meal delivery services.

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Sweet AIP Fat Bomb Recipe Ideas

Blackberry Fat Bombs by Sugar-Free Mom

Blackberries are one of the favorite summer fruits. That’s why Sugar-Free Mom made the best blackberry treats, which are a perfect snack for any time of the day or night. Hardly anyone can resist lemon juice and flavorful vanilla. They contain stevia; however, you can replace them with coconut sugar.

Cinnamon and Coconut Fat Bombs by Joanna Frankham

Who doesn't like the smell of freshly ground cinnamon? Add vanilla extract and shredded coconut to this mixture, and you can taste one of the most appetizing fat bombs made by Joanna Frankham. Don't worry; the recipe is quite simple; you just need to combine the ingredients and bake them in the oven.

Toasted Coconut Butter Fat Bombs by The Castaway Kitchen

Coconut Fat Bombs are best to make if you are craving some chocolate. The Castaway Kitchen created a delectable snack. While the original recipe isn't fully AIP compliant, they have suggested a couple of modifications you will find useful. For instance, you can substitute dark chocolate for coconut cream or omit vanilla extract.

image og Toasted Coconut Butter Fat Bombs by The Castaway Kitchen

Vanilla Coconut Shortbread by Real World AIP

This vanilla fat bomb made with vanilla bean powder and shredded coconut is one of the most flavorsome treats you have ever tried. If you are into no-bake recipes, this one is super easy to make, especially if you only have a food processor.

Lemon Keto Fat Bombs By Amy Myers

Lemon keto fat bombs are fully AIP-compliant. You can use monk fruit instead of stevia, while lemon flavor gives that significant lemon bar taste without any "bad" ingredients. You will definitely enjoy this recipe because Amy Myers tried really hard to give you a delicious treat.

Savory AIP Fat Bomb Recipe Ideas

Bacon and Guacamole Fat Bomb by Keto Diet Blog

Can you imagine a better snack than a creamy, crunchy, and salty bacon and guacamole fat bomb? We can't because these are really addicting! Keep in mind that they aren't fully AIP compliant. However, you can always leave out chili pepper and pick nitrate-free bacon instead of regular.

Crab Rangoon Fat Bombs by Officially Gluten Free

If you are lucky enough to be able to tolerate mozzarella and cream cheese, then you will love these crab Rangoon fat bombs. Cheese and crab meat are mixed and rolled into nitrate-free bacon. How can you resist that?

Cheddar Ranch Bites, from The Keto Queens

Pecans, cheddar, garlic, dill, cream cheese, you name it! These fat bombs have everything you need. We don't think you can find a better combination of flavors, and on top of everything, they are quite easy to make. Don't skip this recipe from Keto Queens.

Pepperoni Pizza Fat Bombs, from Fearless Keto

Is pizza your favorite meal? You're probably not allowed to eat it, right? Well, we have a solution for your problem. Fearless Keto has developed a delicious low carb keto snack that will awaken all your taste buds.

image of Pepperoni Pizza Fat Bombs, from Fearless Keto

Dill Pickle Fat Bomb, from Linneyville

When you combine chopped dill pickles, cream cheese, and cheddar cheese, you get mouth-watering dill pickle fat bombs. It will take you no longer than five minutes to combine all ingredients and make this recipe. Eat them as snack or tuck them between slices of zucchini or cucumber; they are equally tasty.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do fat bombs help you lose weight?

If you are on a low carb or keto diet, you can easily lose weight because they can help you curb hunger between meals. Fat bombs with protein powder can also be one of the options for weight loss.

Do you keep fat bombs in the freezer?

Of course! Once frozen, store them into airtight containers. But, before you decide to eat them, let them throw for a little while.

When should you eat keto fat bombs?

They contain a high percentage of fat, up to 85%, so you can eat them as a quick breakfast, post-workout snack, or mid-afternoon meal.

How many can you have on keto?

It's best not to go overboard with these; up to three per day is more than enough to keep the hunger at bay. Make sure to try ginger fat bombs.


Whether you are on a Keto or AIP compliant diet, these snacks can be an ideal choice to skip refined sugars or dairy. Savory or sweet, AIP fat bombs have everything you need to keep your body in check and your GI in balance.

While some recipes contain dairy and nuts, their percentage isn't enough to cause inflammation or disturb your digestion. Delicious and easy to make, they will be an excellent addition to your already established dietary routine.

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