Tart Cherry Fat Bombs
Published May 01, 2020 Updated May 14, 2020
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Are you looking for the perfect snack? I am here to help with my brand new Tart Cherry Fat Bombs that are sure to hit the spot. These have the perfect balance of sweet and tart and are even kid friendly. My favorite part of these fat bombs is the Montmorency tart cherries.
This post was sponsored by Montmorency US Tart Cherries.
Montmorency tart cherries add the perfect sour-sweet flavor and bright red color to these flavor bombs. The ruby red color of these cherries is due to a compound called anthocyanins – this phytonutrient provides the color, distinctive taste and has been widely studied for its potential health benefits.
Studies on Montmorency tart cherries have included research on arthritis and gout, exercise recovery, sleep, heart health and gut health. I don’t know about you, but I love being able to enjoy foods that may benefit my health.
These sweet treats are incredibly simple to make and only require only 6 ingredients. In my opinion, they taste like a cheesecake without the crust. I love having one of these if my sweet tooth is aching or as a quick snack in between meals.
What you need to make these Tart Cherry Fat Bombs
- Cream Cheese, at room temperature
- Coconut milk or heavy cream. For the coconut milk, make sure to use canned, unsweetened.
- Monk Fruit granulated sweetener. This is my favorite low-carb sweetener because it doesn’t leave an aftertaste. However, feel free to use sweetener of choice.
- Vanilla Extract
- Whipped topping
- Canned Montmorency tart cherries
Where can you find Montmorency tart cherries?
Even though you won’t find Montmorency tart cherries in the produce section, they are always farm fresh since they are picked at the peak of ripeness in summer and quickly dried, frozen, canned or juiced to deliver a delicious product year-round.
As a recipe tester, quality is important, and I know what I can expect every time with Montmorency tart cherries. Additionally, Montmorency is the varietal of tart cherries that is grown right here in the U.S., so when you see Montmorency you know you’re helping support American agriculture and preserve generation sold family farms.
In conclusion, I choose Montmorency tart cherries because they provide an adventurous flavor, offering something new and unique compared to other fruits.
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Tart Cherry Fat Bombs
These Tart Cherry Fat Bombs are exploding with flavor and only require 6 simple ingredients. Stop reaching for a bag of potato chips for a snack and start reaching for these delicious fat bombs.
- Total Time: 3 hours 5 minutes
- Yield: 24 mini fat bombs 1x
- 2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, at room temperature
- 1/3 cup monk fruit granulates or sweetener of choice
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup unsweetened canned Montmorency tart cherries
- 2 tbsp juice from the cherries
- 2 tbsp unsweetened coconut milk or heavy cream
- Whipped Cream
- In a large mixing bowl, place the cream cheese, coconut milk, monk fruit, vanilla extract, Montmorency tart cherries and juice.
- Using a hand mixer, blend on high speed until smooth, about 60 seconds.
- Line a mini cupcake pan with 24 mini liners.
- Spoon the cream cheese mixture into each liner. Fill the liners all the way to the top.
- Transfer the muffin pan to the freezer and allow to sit for 2-3 hours before serving.
- Top each bomb with whipped topping of choice and cherry.
- These will last in the freezer for up to 3 months if stored in an air tight container.
- Make sure to leave in freezer until ready to eat. They will melt pretty quick if you leave them at room temperature.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 3 hours
- Category: snack/dessert
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: Fat Bomb, Tart Cherry Fat Bomb, Snacks, Sweet Treat
Looks so yummy! Adding the canned Montmorency tart cherries to my grocery list. Thank you for sharing 🙂
You are welcome. Hope you love it
These look absolutely wonderful but I’m afraid they aren’t on my diet, BUT…. I have been buying Montmorency Tart Cherry juice for at least 3 years for the joint pain and other inflammation pain that I have. It is the best thing out there for pain relief from inflammation. I have told all of my friends and relatives and even complete strangers about it. I even went to the store and bought a bottle of it for a cashier that I heard complain about leg and hip pain. Please get the word out to people about the wonderful benefits of Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice. I drink it in water but my favorite way is in seltzer water. It’s a yummy bubbly drink.
Want to try these but need the macros first to see if they will fit into my Keto diet. Do you have those?
We are currently working on getting macros for all of my recipes. However, we are still diving in and haven’t done this recipe yet. Feel free to add the ingredients to My Fitness Pal.
Thanks for your quick reply. But what is My Fitness Pal?
How many carbs are in one of these lovelies?
Subtract your total carbs from your fiber. THanks