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If you’ve ever eaten Raffaello balls, the chances are you’re going to love my low carb and sugar free version of Raffaello balls.These keto coconut balls have ideal protein-to-fat ratio so you can eat them as a snack or even as a well-balanced keto meal (if you add a portion of veggies, of course). Don’t take them to work because your coworkers will eat all of them. 🙂If you love chocolate and chocolate desserts (who doesn’t?), check out the recipes for , or . If you are looking for sweet and chocolate ideas for the main meal, check my out. More awesome recipes are coming!Ingredients150 g (5.2 oz) of unsweetened shredded coconut. 80 g (2.8 oz) of coconut-flavored protein powder (micellar casein or whey protein isolate). You can use a different flavor (e.g. only vanilla or cream) and your coconut keto balls will still be delicious. 45 g (1.5 oz) of coconut oil (preferably organic, cold-pressed, unrefined and virgin).35 g (1.2 oz) of butter (preferably, grass-fed).20 g (0.7 oz) of hazelnuts. It was quite hard to weigh them because one hazelnut is less than 1 g. I used about 35 hazelnuts. 20 g (0.7 oz) of almonds. With almonds it’s the same story. One weighs less than 1 g. I used about 35 almonds.400 g (14.1 oz) of light coconut milk. Some brands of coconut milk have as few as 50 kcal per 100 ml. Mine has slightly above 60 kcal. Note that light coconut milks don’t differ much from regular coconut milk in terms of taste but they make a huge difference with calories and amount of fat. A few teaspoons of a mix of stevia and erythritol.InstructionsPour the whole can (400 ml or 400 g) of light coconut milk into a bowl. PRACTICAL TIP: It’s best to use a bigger bowl (like the one shown below) because you will be blending all the ingredients and some of the stuff may go out of the bowl.Add 80 g of protein powder to the milk. PRACTICAL TIP: Feel free to use a different type of protein powder if you like. Whey protein isolate is also a great option on a keto diet. I used the “dessert” type of protein powder because it gets nice puddling-like consistence after blending.Blend the milk with the protein powder until it’s smooth and thick (of pudding-like consistence). PRACTICAL TIP: If it gets too dense, add some water. If it’s too thin, add more protein powder or shredded coconut (look at the step below).Add shredded coconut to the mix and blend all the ingredients once again. The “dough” will become very thick once you blend it with shredded coconut. PRACTICAL TIP: You can also add a few tablespoons of coconut four if you want the dough to be thicker. Coconut flour quickly absorbs water and thickens the dough.Dissolve butter and coconut oil by heating it up a bit. Be careful not to burn the butter. Burned brownish butter is not healthy. Pour the butter and coconut oil onto your dough and blend it again. It will become a bit thinner now but later it will help your coconut balls harden and keep them together. PRACTICAL TIP: Your dough will now be yellower if you use quality butter (organic grass-fed butter does this trick).Now it’s time to start the fun part: forming balls. It’s totally up to you how big Raffaello balls you want to form. Just remember to place a hazelnut or almond inside of each one. Place newly-formed balls onto a plate. If you want to make your keto Raffaello fat bombs them even prettier, sprinkle them with shredded coconut as well. I formed 68 balls out of the above ingredients. That’s quite a lot, I think. They turned out to be slightly larger than the original Raffaello balls. Put your balls into the fridge for 1-2 hours. They will taste the best next day once the nut inside gets soaked and becomes soft.Macros Here is some math for all the sixty eight keto Raffaello balls and detailed calculations per one ball. The table show the exact macros for the all of the balls and per one ball. Weight ProteinFatNet CarbsCaloriesTOTALS750 g88.7 g223.4 g34.5 g2535 kcalCOCONUT FLAKES150 g10.7 g100.5 g18 g1047 kcalPROTEIN POWDER80 g68.8 g0.4 g0.8 g282 kcalCOCONUT OIL45 g0 g45 g0 g405 kcalBUTTER35 g0.2 g28.9 g0.2 g257 kcalHAZELNUTS20 g3 g12.2 g3.4 g126 kcalALMONDS20 g4 g10.4 g4.1 g114 kcalCOCONUT MILK LIGHT400 g2 g26 g8 g302 kcalPER ONE BALL11 g1.3 g3.2 g0.5 g37 kcalKeto Raffaello Balls Recipe Print Version Keto Raffaello BallsTotal Calories/Per Ball: 2535 kcal/37 kcalTotal Protein/Per Ball: 88.7 g/ 1.3 g Fat/Per Ball: 223.4 g/3.2 gNet Carbs/Per Ball: 34.5 g/0.5 g Course Appetizer, Dessert, Snack Prep Time 40 minutes Resting Time 2 hours Calories 37 kcalIngredients 150 g of coconut flakes 80 g of protein powder (use either micellar casein or whey protein isolate) 45 g of coconut oil (extra virgin, unrefined) 35 g of butter (grass-fed, non-GMO) 20 g of hazelnuts (about 35 hazelnuts) 20 g of almonds (about 35 almonds) 400 ml of coconut milk lightInstructionsPour one whole can of coconut milk into a larger bowl. Measure and add 80 g of the protein powder of your choice. Blend the milk with the protein powder until it becomes smooth (and not too thin as well). Add coconut flakes and blend it once again. If it's too thin, add more coconut flakes. Put coconut oil and butter into a pot and dissolve them. Pour the dissolved butter and coconut oil into the bowl and blend it yet again. You can now start forming balls. Remember to put a hazelnut or almond inside each coconut ball. Place ready Raffaello balls onto a separate plate. Sprinkle the ready Raffaello balls with some coconut flakes to make them look even prettier. Put the ready balls into the fridge and wait for about 1-2 hours before consuming them. Ideally, let them stay in the fridge for the whole night. Bon appetit! Recipe NotesFeel free to change some ingredients, add different ones (e.g. coconut flower or some aromas) or change amounts. However, remember that it's easy to go overboard with calories and fat when preparing such delicious keto desserts. That's why if you are on a caloric deficit, I suggest sticking only to the suggested amounts. Share The Recipe For Keto Raffaello Balls To Help Spread The WordI’m doing my best to create and share as many delicious as possible. More and more such recipes are coming and I’m working hard on creating them. Don’t forget to tell me how you like keto Raffaello balls and how they turned out for you. Would you add some other ingredient to this recipe? How would you change it? If you have any suggestions or questions, feel free to leave me your comments or directly. I would love to hear from you. If you like this recipe, share it with your friends on social media so that they can also eat delicious and healthy keto cakes like this. We can really change the world together! Thanks! Share 4 Comments Sarah says:Absolutely love these Raffaello coconut balls! 😍 for me that’s the best snack on earthReply says:Hi Sarah 🙂 A completely agree. It’s also one of my favorite snacks and desserts of all time 🙂Reply Tatiana says:Olga 🙂 Thank you, I really love this recipe and your blog. I’m subscribing for more…Reply says:Hi Tatiana 🙂 That’s awesome. I am happy you like my blog! Come back here often 🙂ReplyLeave A Comment Cancel reply ABC Keto Newsletter Subscribe to my newsletter if you want. A quick and easy recipe for keto Raffaello balls which look and taste better than original Raffaello. These Raffaello fat bombs have ideal protein-to-fat ratio. One ball has only 0.5 g of net carbs, 3 g of fat, 1 g of protein and about 37 kcal. Discover a few simple steps and have your Raffaello balls ready in an hour.. Add peanut butter, coconut flour, coco sugar or sweetener, 1/2 cup of shredded coconut, vanilla, coconut oil and coconut milk to the bowl and mix together till smooth. Optionally at this point you can add the mixture to the freezer for 10-20 minutes..