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Keto Lemon Coconut Balls – Low Carb Fat Bombs

Keto Low Carb Lemon Cream Cheese Coconut Balls. No bake fat bombs!Keto Lemon Coconut Balls (AKA Low Carb Cheesecake!)

Lately I’ve been obsessed with making cream cheese bites and these Keto Lemon Coconut Balls are my favorite rendition so far.

They taste like cheesecake to me, so I had to share them!

I love the little sweet bites of bliss that I have been making. I keep them in the back of the fridge and when I get that feeling of needing something and tuna just won’t cut it, I pop one of these little balls and it just takes the edge off.

To me they taste like lemon cheesecake and they are perfect for LCHF and low carb diets and staying in ketosis. In other words, no regrets after!

Here is what you’ll need to make Keto Lemon Coconut Balls

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That’s right, there’s only 4 ingredients in these low carb cream cheese fat bombs!

True Lemon Crystallized ~ 100 Pack Box 2.82 ozTrue Lemon Crystallized ~ 100 Pack Box 2.82 oz

How to make the Keto Lemon Coconut Balls

  1. Allow cream cheese to soften at room temperature.
  2. Combine cream cheese, lemon and sweetener in a bowl and blend together well with a wooden spoon. (If you do not have True Lemon, try Crystal Light Lemon drink mix or something similar. Omit the sweetener)
  3. Once the mixture is well combined, put it back in the fridge to harden up a bit.
  4. Roll into 16 balls (they will be about a tablespoon each).
  5. Dip each ball into coconut.
  6. Cover with saran wrap and hide them in the back of the fridge so you won’t be tempted to eat them all! Ok fine, so nobody else gets them!
  7. Optional: Garnish with grated lemon zest

One Keto Lemon Coconut Ball contains 54 calories, 1 carb, 5 fat, 1 protein giving a ratio of 82/10/8 on the Ketogenic diet.

If you like these low carb Lemon Coconut cream cheese bites, you might also like these other keto fat bombs:

 Low Carb Jello Cream Cheese Balls

Keto Hazelnut Cheesecake Bites

Keto Mocha Walnut Fat Bombs

Keto Lemon Cheesecake Bites

Keto Chocolate Coconut Bars

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Easy Keto Low Carb Lemon Coconut Balls. No bake with only 4 ingredients. Simple cream cheese bites.

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60 Responses to Keto Lemon Coconut Balls – Low Carb Fat Bombs

  1. Suzanne says:

    Hi there is there a substitute for true lemon ( real lemon maybe?) they don’t sell it locally

    • KetoWoman says:

      Oh for sure, it’s all about experimenting! I have only done with the True lemon packets so I can’t advise on exact amounts, but if I didn’t have those I would try some lemon extract, or even some lemon sugar free jello powder. Real lemon juice might be tricky because you’d have to use a lot to get enough lemon flavor and that might make the balls too liquidy, but maybe using lemon zest?

  2. Jennfer says:

    Hello there
    I have been making the cream cheese egg muffins with your recipe and LOVE them! Thank you for sharing this recipe. Any idea what the nutrition is on this? Calories, carbs fat? I did not see his on your website anywhere.

    p.s. congrats on your weight loss and I love your blog!

    • KetoWoman says:

      This is for the lemon balls, hope that’s what you meant! One Keto Lemon Coconut Balls contain 54 calories, 1 carb, 5 fat, 1 protein.

  3. Monique M says:

    can you substitute swerve for stevia packets? I really don’t like the taste of stevia

    • KetoWoman says:

      Of course! Just use whatever sweetener you prefer.

      • Laurie says:

        what is the equivalent of Swerve to the 3 packets of stevia?

        • KetoWoman says:

          I do everything by taste but on the back of the Swerve package there should be an amount given that equals the taste of 1 teaspoon sugar. You could start with 3 servings of whatever that guide says and see how that tastes.

  4. Bob Z says:

    I just made these, “Keto Lemon Coconut Balls”, there are simple to make and taste delicious! thanks KetoWoman.

  5. PS says:

    Hi. Love this site and this recipe! When you say 2-3 packages of true lemon, do you mean the packs inside the box or the entire box? May sound silly but want to ensure I get it exactly correct haha.

    • KetoWoman says:

      Ha, no I meant those little packets inside the box. They are about the size of a Splenda packet. I like them because they don’t add liquid to this recipe. Thanks for visiting! πŸ™‚

  6. Sylvia says:

    Thanks for a very simple recipe. I just stumble into this one. I do thanksgiving and Xmas every yr. Where can I go on for more simple delicious recipes? My hats of to you woman!

    • KetoWoman says:

      Thanks for visiting my blog! The best place, hands down to get more recipes is Pinterest! It is a recipe paradise! You can follow all the low carb recipe bloggers on there.

  7. Micaela says:

    I don’t have true lemon but do have real lemons and I also have lemon oil….can I substitute either of these and if so how much do you recommend?

    • KetoWoman says:

      In order to get the right consistency and be able to form the mixture into balls you need to use as little liquid as possible. So maybe use lemon zest from those lemons and not the juice. Sugar free lemon jello powder would also work. I have never used lemon oil so I don’t know about that. Good luck!

    • connie says:

      I was going to ask the same question, about using lemon oil and then I saw where you already asked that. Have you tried it yet?

  8. jcapist says:

    Would these be an S snack/desert on THM?

  9. Shasta Spivey says:

    OMG! These look so good. Coconut is a weakness of mine.

  10. Martina says:

    Hi, I think the ingredients may be wrong..? Is it really just 1 oz package cream cheese or 18 oz? Thanks

  11. sandy says:

    shouldnt that say 1 8oz box of cream cheese?????

  12. Motherbugs says:

    Loving this, how simple and fun I’m wondering if I an roll it in something orange ( just not food coloring or anything) …for Halloween. …Candied orange peels?

  13. Healy Harpster says:

    I loved coconut and would love some of those coconut balls! πŸ™‚

  14. Lean Lacaba says:

    looks yummy! perfect for both at home and for different occasions!

  15. Viccy H says:

    Mmmmmmm, those look fabulously delicious! I can imagine the lemon & coconut being s mouth-watering pairing x

  16. Fan R says:

    Would love to try this recipe, I like lemons, and these coconut balls look so deliciously yummy.

  17. Wow, I sure would love to have a taste of these!

  18. Pam W says:

    These sound really good. I have a package of unsweetened coconut too.

  19. kristenione says:

    This sounds so so so good! I want to try these immediately! Thanks for sharing! I love lemon desserts!

  20. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    OMG two of my favorite things lemon and coconut these look absolutely delish!!

  21. Oh my goodness, I used to eat these back in the Caribbean and my kids love them. Everytime we visit I would always bring them back with me. Now I can finally make my own. Thank you!!

  22. mail4rosey says:

    I bet these are good with that touch of lemon in there!

  23. Karen Hewitt says:

    I am obsessed with coconut, these look so good. I have to try them

  24. Looks yummy, totally new recipe to me!

  25. Noor Unnahar says:

    I have never tried them before but they look good.

  26. HilLesha says:

    I’m not big on lemon, but that looks really good!

  27. Dawn Spatulas On Parade says:

    Oh yes! I love lemon and these look so good. A great finger food for a party and a simple dessert. Pinned it.

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