STRAWBERRY BOMBS

 

HOW TO MAKE STRAWBERRY BOMBS

These fat bombs are incredible in every way possible! They have the richness, creaminess, and lushness of strawberry cheesecake, but since they are prepared into the ideal serving size, you can count on them to contribute to your daily quota of fat intake.

These Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs are a delicious and very easy dessert option, requiring only four ingredients to put them. They are packed with lots of healthy fat and have just one carbohydrate (net) per serving.

The fact that these fat bombs really have the flavor of strawberry cheesecake is perhaps the coolest part about them. They have a silky texture, with a hint of sweetness, and are outstanding in every way. And I believe I said before that you only need four components. They really are that simple to make. Believe me, after you’ve tried making this dish on your own, you’ll want to make it again and again!

THE INGREDIENTS NEEDED:

An 8-oz block.Of cream cheese.

About 6 to 7 fresh strawberries.

1/2 Tsp.Of vanilla extract.

1 Tsp.Of fruit sweetener.

PREPARATION METHOD:

1st Step

If the cream cheese is cold, let it warm to room temperature or microwave it for 30 seconds in the foil to soften it.

2nd Step

If you’re going to use fresh strawberries, you should thoroughly mash them with a fork or chop them with a sharp knife. If you are going to use frozen strawberries, then let them thaw completely, then drain any extra liquid, and last mash them with a fork.

3rd Step

Add all of the ingredients to a medium-sized bowl. Use a fork to stir the ingredients together until they are completely incorporated.

4th Step

To make the mixture into bite-sized balls, you may either use a melon baller, a scoop, or two spoons. Then, transfer the balls to a dish. To completely cool the food on the platter, place it in the refrigerator or freezer for approximately twenty minutes.

5th Step

After they have been frozen, move them to a glass container or a zip-top bag, and then place them in the refrigerator or the freezer until you are ready to consume them.

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