PB and J Fat Bombs

Remember this schoolyard chant?  Peanut, peanut butter. Jelly.  Peanut, peanut butter. Jelly.  I used to love saying this rhyme with my students!

It's National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day!  The average American will eat over 2000 PBJs before graduating from high school!  Peanut butter was considered gourmet food in the early 20th century.  Both the Good Housekeeping magazine and Table Talk magazine published a peanut butter sandwich recipe in 1896!

PB and J fat bombs


According to the National Day website, the first PB and J may have been served in 1901 by Julia Davis Chandler.  In the 1920s the price of peanut butter went down and the sandwich became popular with children.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Fat Bombs

Peanut Butter and Jelly has come a long way since its early roots.  PBJ is a flavor profile that is recognized by most Americans.  To celebrate, I made up some PB and J Fat Bombs and boy, are they good! I make these from sugar-free jelly to make them more keto.


Yield: 24

PB and J Fat Bombs

These frozen treats are perfect for a keto lifestyle.
prep time: 10 minscook time: 4 hourtotal time: 4 hours and 10 mins

ingredients:

  • 8 oz block cream cheese, softened
  • 1/4 c butter, softened
  • 1/2 c peanut butter
  • 1/2 c sugar-free jam
  • 1/2 c sugar-free Lily's mini chocolate chips

instructions

  1. Cream together butter, cream cheese, and peanut butter.
  2. Fold in jam, you do not want it completely mixed, just swirled throughout.
  3. Fold in jam.
  4. Scoop 1 T mounds onto a cookie sheet with a silpat or parchment paper.
  5. Freeze for four hours.
  6. When solid, place fat bombs into a ziplock baggie and keep frozen.
Calories
117.49
Fat (grams)
8.92
Sat. Fat (grams)
4.28
Carbs (grams)
8.72
Fiber (grams)
0.59
Net carbs
8.13
Sugar (grams)
5.92
Protein (grams)
1.95
Sodium (milligrams)
72.90
Cholesterol (grams)
14.63
Created using The Recipes Generator

Enjoy these recipes using PB and J!  Which one would you try?

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23 comments
Terri Steffes
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  1. These look amazing! They'd be a delicious snack, that's for sure. I really like the flavor combo going on.

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  2. I love these little healthy snacks. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Well we will just have to celebrate with some grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, a favorite of my husbands.

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  4. I am always looking for New flavors for fat bombs. They are great snack when you're still watching what you eat but need something to feel you. I will definitely try these.

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  5. My son loves his nightly PB and J so I know he is adding to the numbers. Those Fat Bombs look amazing and I will have to make these for him as a change.

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  6. These look and sound absolutely ADDICTING!!!!! I am almost glad I cannot eat peanut butter or jelly, LOL!

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  7. These look great. I keep seeing the term 'fat bomb' and had no idea what that actually meant.

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  8. I've never heard that chant before but I definitely need these bombs!

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  9. OK now these sound absolutely delicious. I wouldn't have thought of making anything like this a great little nibble.

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  10. These look so good and I really like that they are frozen! I bet they are so good.

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  11. Ooh you eat these frozen. I'm ready to be fat bombed!

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  12. Peanut Butter is still gourmet in my book!

    Thanks for linking up today :)

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  13. I NEED to make these! thanks!

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  14. Whether or not you're on a Keto diet, these look ultra tasty! Love the fact that it uses so much peanut butter... me like, me like!

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  15. What's great about keto diet is that there's no starving yourself from eating delicious food. PB and jelly is such a delicious snack.

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  16. Ok, this looks so good! I have a few friends that are following the Keto diet and they would like this recipe for sure! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Never heard of fat bombs so IBB kept looking for the cooking time and temp. This recipe has been added to my cookies Pinterest board. Gracias.

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  18. My Dad is on keto and this sounds like a snack he would LOVE!!

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  19. This desserts is a bomb adding it to my list. I love baking it is my favorite past time. I enjoy it as much as my family loves to try my goodies.

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  20. I need to try this PJ and Jam fat bombs, They are ultimate combo never goes wrong.

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  21. I showed it to my son, he's already asking me to make it! It looks soooo good!

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  22. I will have to try these. I'm wanting to try going Keto, Just need to find something to help me with my sweet cravings.

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  23. This is my first time to read about fat bombs and glad I came over this post. Will check this out and try on my own.

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