Easy Keto Jello Cream Cheese Fat Bomb Recipe

This Jello cream cheese fat bomb recipe has literally only 2 ingredients! The keto strawberry cheesecake is my favorite, but you can make this any flavor you want! Make jello cream cheese bites, balls and snacks! 

New in 2020: Non Sucralose version added!

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Cream Cheese Fat Bomb Recipe – Pudding and Jello Bites and Balls!

I think I just died and went to heaven. I just popped my first strawberry jello cheesecake ball from this cream cheese fat bomb recipe and it was sooo good!

I was browsing some of the low carb forums looking for high fat food ideas (still sounds wrong when I say it out loud!)

Jello Cream cheese balls

There was someone who talked about rolling cream cheese into sugar free jello powder and eating it and well, I just happened to have some cream cheese in the fridge and sugar free jello in the cupboard. Strawberry as a matter of fact.

Here in Canada, we have only 3 flavors in the stores but I can order my Sugar free Jello from Amazon and get more variety.

And then from there, of course, I had to try dipping them in sugar free jello pudding mix, and this also became a Jello Pudding Bites recipe!

But I do have to say, that after all the flavors that I have experimented with, I still like the tart flavor explosion of using the Jello Strawberry, Raspberry or Cherry. These cream cheese fat bombs are definitely The Bomb!

Is Sugar Free Jello and Pudding mix Keto?

First just have to say that there are no foods that are Keto or not Keto. Keto is a metabolic state and you go into ketosis through the lowering of carbs (really low!).

Now that that’s off my chest, there are foods that will help you stay keto and counting carbs is key.

ANY food is keto if you count the carbs and stay below whatever that carb count is that keeps you in ketosis.

Most keto peeps would consider this to be Dirty keto but hey I’ll be a dirty girl while maintaining my large weight loss and they can be judgey all they want.

But wait!  There is a non sucralose jello mix!

After having said all that, I just made this recipe with a new ‘Jel Dessert’ mix that does not contain any artificial sweeteners!

In fact, it is gluten free, non GMO, no preservatives, Vegan, natural colors, natural flavors.  And the same burst of flavor in this recipe! Check out the Simply Delish Jel Dessert here!

Here is a picture of the raspberry cheesecake balls which became a pretty pink instead of the vibrant red.  I guess that is the lack of red dye in them.

Pink Raspberry Jello Balls arranged on blue plate

So your choice!  Sugar free Jello might be all that is available to you, go get some!  Or get the non sucralose Jel Dessert.

Either way, let’s have some fun and make these jello cheesecake snacks without the guilt ok?

So here is the recipe:

Low Carb Jello Cream Cheese Fat Bomb Recipe

  1. 1  8oz package of Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese or any brand as long as long as it’s the solid brick type.
  2. 1 package (package size I used  is 10.1 grams or 4 Servings) of sugar free jello or pudding mix
  3. For the non sucralose version, the package size is 20g or 4 servings

Note: If you want to do a smaller amount, 1/2 tbsp of sugar free jello mix does about 6 cream cheese balls. Same with the non sucralose version.

  • Take the package of Cream cheese and cut into 16 squares.
  • Put the sugar free jello or pudding mix in a sandwich baggie.
  • Take each square and shake until covered with jello or pudding mix on all sides.
  • Then roll into a ball in your hands. (Tip: Use restaurant prep gloves like these to avoid red dye on your hands!)
  • Keep covered with plastic wrap in the fridge.

Serving size is 2 jello cheesecake snack balls.

Each serving of 2 jello cream cheese balls is 105 calories, 1 carb, 9 g fat and 3 g protein.

Jello Cream Cheese Fat Bombs in small blue and white bowl

These make a perfect sugar free and low carb snack for Keto, Atkins, LCHF or any other low carb diet. 

You could also make a plate of these jello pudding bites and balls as appies for a party. 

Put colorful toothpicks in them and you will have a plate of cherry bombs, lemon bombs, pudding bombs, etc  They will be a hit!

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155 thoughts on “Easy Keto Jello Cream Cheese Fat Bomb Recipe”

      1. Just made this using sugar free Raspberry jello, OH MY GOSH! SO DELICIOUS!!! I just want to try all different flavors now, my creative mind is flowing, plus all the other flavors mentioned in the comments! Thank you for sharing!!!

    1. Oh I eat a couple before they ever get to the fridge! You just need to store them in the fridge to keep them fresh, you can certainly eat them right as soon as you like.

  1. took some raspberry jello and pushed it into the centre of the cream cheese then rolled in coco powder!! Not bad!

  2. I love reading all the comments and recipe ideas. I think I may try rolling mine in my good flavored protien powder. Cookies and cream, mint chocolate chip, or strawberry.

  3. So I used sf cheesecake pudding. Delicious! Next time I think I’ll mix sf strawberry jello and sf cheesecake…YUM

  4. Yummm….put Raspberry Sugar Free Jello into a 1 at zip lock bag…added the cut up cream cheese squares, closed the bag and shook it up…took them out and rolled them round then transferred them to a smaller bag and into the fridge….

  5. Hello! I am fairly new to the keto woe. Still looking for new recipes to try so I do not get board with my menu. I see all kind of fat bomb recipes. What do they do for you to help lose weight and how many are allowed as a serving daily? Thank you.

    1. Because the Keto WOE is higher fat than other eating plans it can be a challenge to keep up the fat ratio so this is why people use fat bombs. That said, I feel that many people get stuck on their weight loss goals because they eat too many fat bombs and too much dairy. So the answer to your question is to eat just enough to satisfy the macros you are trying to maintain.

    1. No, I don’t think freezing cream cheese would be a good idea, but who knows, I’ve never actually tried it! They are usually gone within a few days so no need to freeze.

        1. Are you eating them right from the freezer. only out for a short time, or set out for people to nibble on (for 15 min or so)?

      1. DON’T FREEZE THEM! It ruined mine. When they thaw out they fall apart and are kind of crumbly. They still taste great but hard to eat.

  6. Oh my friends, the recipe sounds incredible but your comments are spawning all kinds of ideas. Maybe the white chocolate sugar free pudding with pumpkin spice for fall, Cocoa powder with cinnamon and a touch of stevia. Maybe a combo of strawberry jello and a dusting of cocoa? So many ideas. Maybe mix a little coconut oil in with the cream cheese and add the lime…hmmmm

  7. um…i wanted to experiment with this and just tossed in the whole packet of pudding mix, but it turned out like a dough ball. jello packets are smaller…are they easier to work with and taste better? i hear pudding mix gives people tummy aches…

    1. lol, yes I can imagine it! I do find the jello mix easier to work with, it’s nowhere near as sticky. And I love the sweet and tart taste of the jello balls. The pudding balls taste completely different, more of a cheesecake feel.

    2. I just made this. DELISH!! I just put the heavy whipping cream in the chilled bowl of my stand mixer, I then speinkled the pudding mix over the entire top surface of HC. This prevented the pudding from solidifying into a lump. If you like sweeter desserts you may want to add some sweetner to taste.

    1. I actually really like xylitol as well as the fact that it’s made from birch trees. My only warning would be to try it cautiously the first time. If I have a xylitol packet with coconut oil in a coffee, I am glued to the bathroom for hours. Apparently, only a small % of people are affected this way. But there are times that this laxative effect is a good thing!

        1. I’ve never actually tried that but sure, I think it would work. They would look different but still taste amazing.

  8. Are your measurements right? It took me 1tbsp to make 18. Do I mix the jello in the cheese or just coat it?

    1. You are just going to coat the balls. SO you used 1 tbsp jello mix for all 18 balls? I’ll have to do it again this weekend, maybe it’s a taespoon then. I don’t usually do it that way, I usually use the entire package for 1 brick of cream cheese.

      1. When you say you use the entire package of sugar free Jell-O, what size was that package? My grocery store here has a small and a large package of the sugar free Jell-O. When I first saw your recipe I wondered about the size of the package that you use. So I started reading the comments thinking I might find it somewhere in the comments. But so far no luck. I think the difference in the two sizes is the small makes four servings and the large makes six servings.

        1. Sorry, I did not realize you could get larger packages! I have never seen them here. The package I use says 4 Servings. Thanks for pointing this out, I will make note in the recipe for others.

  9. I figured something this simple couldn’t possibly be great tasting, but boy was I wrong! I tried strawberry first and it was amazing. I’ll try other gelatin and pudding flavors, and if they are half as good I’ll be one happy keto’er. Thanks!

  10. Can you mix some Stevia or carb free sweetener in the cream cheese before making these? Also, how would the consistency be if I left them in the freezer?

    1. I have never frozen cream cheese before so I can’t answer that question. You could probably sprinkle some sweetener onto the cream cheese balls but try first without, they might already be sweet enough.

    2. When I make them I put them in the freezer for an hour and put 3 in a bag an then keep them in the fridge the taste better to me.

    3. I have to second the recommendation to try without sweetener first. Just using plain cream cheese with sugar free strawberry gelatin ended up being sweeter than I expected, and made my “sweet tooth” very happy.

    4. I read recently Stevia does not work well in chocolate treats. The “off-taste” is accentuated. With whipped cream or fruit Jello products, Stevia appears to taste better.

  11. I made these with sugar free cheese cake pudding mix and they are pretty good but found they get sticky even when left in the refrigerator. I was thinking about rolling them in chopped pecans!!! I will let you know how they come out! By the way… Thank you for these :)

    1. Yes, I know what you mean about them being sticky. I only make a small amount. The Jello ones don’t get like that so I try to make a plate of those. The kids like them too.

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