Keto Bounty Bars – Sugar-Free & Low-Carb
Keto Bounty Bar
Keto Bounty Bars – Sugar-Free & Low-Carb


100 ml heavy whipping cream
100 g coconut oil
100 g cream cheese (mascarpone preferably)
50 g confectioners sweetener
150-200 g unsweetened coconut flakes
1 tbsp vanilla extract
150 g chocolate, unsweetened
These keto bounty bars are yummy, satiating, and they will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. You can add them to your meals as fat-bombs as well.


1.Heat heavy whipping cream and butter to the boiling point and add sweetener and coconut flakes.
2.Leave the mixture to cool at room temperature.
3.When it cooled completely, add cream cheese and a little more sweetener if necessary.
4.Put it in the fridge for two to three hours.
5.After your coconut batter has cooled completely, start forming small bounty bars. Alternatively, you can spread the whole batter between 2 parchment papers, flatten it out with a rolling pin and cut into small rectangles.
6.When you have your bars shaped, melt the chocolate and dip each bar completely into the chocolate. Place them on the parchment paper and let the chocolate harden up for about 30 minutes

Even though I am not the biggest fan of coconut, keto bounty bars, and low-carb Raffaello pralines are my favorites. These can be a creamy, quick snack for your family, or a delicious dessert when you have guests over. I love making them for Christmas holidays!

People all over the world use coconut in all forms, so it is excellent news that it is also keto friendly. It is high in saturated fats, which means it’s very satiating. Coconut oil is one of the staple foods in the ketogenic diet. Coconut milk and cream can be used in variety in recipes as a substitute for dairy products though be careful not to go overboard and get kicked out of ketosis.

Keto bounty bars can work as fat bombs as well if you use coconut protein instead of flour/flakes. If so, make them smaller and bite-sized. To lower the number of calories, skip the chocolate and cover them with some quality cocoa powder.

Instead of coconut oil, you can use butter, and you can substitute heavy whipping cream with coconut cream.

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