Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs

Keto Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs

The flavor of an orange creamsicle brings me back to my childhood. There is something irresistible about the combination of citrus and vanilla. Indeed, orange creamsicles are sometimes called “dreamsicles”– and I can see why! They’re dreamy.

Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs
The perfect creamy snack



So, why this recipe? I think bringing some quick and easy recipes really help people that are just starting out or trying to find new recipes for simple things.


Fat bombs are pretty great for a quick and simple dessert or a snack midday. They’re packed full of fats and are perfect for a ketogenic diet


Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs
Zesty, and full of healthy fat


Want a fun history lesson? Of course I do!


The beloved orange creamsicle is a close cousin of the popsicle, which was invented in 1905 by an enterprising kid named Frank Epperson.


At just 11 years old, he mistakenly left a sweet fruity soda concoction on his front porch. The soda had a stirring stick inside. It was a chilly night. Consequently, the next morning, he found the sweet soda had frozen around the stick.



Later, in 1923, Epperson patented his creation, which he dubbed the “eppsicle.” Once Epperson became a father, his children started calling his sweet treat a “popsicle.”



That name stuck around, and continues to delight dessert lovers today. Epperson also inspired many variations on the original popsicle theme, including the concept of freezing fruit juice around vanilla ice cream – or as we know it, the “creamsicle”


Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs
Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs




What is a fat bomb?

They’re called “fat bombs“, because they are loaded with fat rich ingredients, like coconut oil and cream cheese, that can fill you up fast and satisfy any sweet craving that might sneak up on you. Fat bombs are essentially energy bites for the keto dieter.

Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs
Feel like a kid again!



This week was busy for us, mainly because of my job (CJ).  With things opening back up to more in person events this is a busy time of year for me.  Luckly Sarah had this easy to make recipe that will surely hit the spot to help tame those sweet cravings you have while doing keto.  Easy to make, and inexpensive Fat Bombs are a nice keto treat.  We really enjoyed them.  




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Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs

A quick and simple dessert or midday snack to assist your low-carb high-fat lifestyle
Course Dessert, easy keto dessert, fat bombs
Cuisine American
Keyword 5 ingredients, diabetic safe recipes, DIY Healthy Living, easy keto fatbombs, easy low carb snacks
Prep Time 10 minutes
chilling time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 25
Calories 69kcal




  • Using a hand mixer combine all ingredients. Make sure your coconut oil and cream cheese are soft. They can be microwaved briefly to aid softening.
  • Spread the mixture into silicone molds, or drop by dollops onto a parchment or waxed paper lined baking try. Freeze 30 minutes. Unmold and place in ziplock bag or container.
  • Kep frozen until ready to eat. Allow to slightly come to room temp if desired.



Total carbs: 1g
Fiber: 1g
Net carbs: 0g
serving size: 2 bombs
Recipe makes 25
Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs
Orange Creamsicle Fat Bombs


Serving: 2pieces | Calories: 69kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 10mg | Sodium: 16mg | Potassium: 11mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 132IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 8mg | Iron: 1mg






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