Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs

Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs One the keys to being successful on a Ketogenic or Low-Carb diet is always being prepared for times when hunger hits and you need to fuel up on a fatty snack. OR if you’re struggling to hit your fat-macros and need one last bite to keep your keto-ratios on point. These Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs give you all the feels of a naughty, carb filled bagel only without any of the diet sabotage guilt!

Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs

Packed full of smoked salmon and cream cheese flavor, with LESS THAN 1 carb each (based on a a recipe yielding 36 bombs) these will soon be your new favorite fat bomb!

Simply combine your cream cheese, chopped smoked salmon and thinly sliced scallion… Roll into bite-sized balls (roughly 36 per recipe) and lightly coat in my Homemade Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs

Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs

Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs

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Servings: 36 servings



  • Using a hand or stand mixer, beat cream cheese until fluffy.
  • Add chopped smoked salmon and thinly sliced scallions.
  • Beat until well incorporated.
  • Roll into bite sized balls then lightly coat in Everything Bagel Seasoning.
  • Chill 2-3 hours before enjoying for the flavors to come together. These will keep for up to a week in the fridge or may be frozen for longer storage. Allow to thaw in the fridge before eating.


Feel free to use finely diced red onion in place of the scallions and add capers, if desired.
Make sure you are choosing (raw) smoked salmon and not hot smoked salmon.


Calories: 25kcal | Carbohydrates: 0.5g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.03g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 50mg | Potassium: 8mg | Fiber: 0.02g | Sugar: 0.4g | Vitamin A: 50IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 10mg
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Everything Bagel and Lox Keto Fat Bombs


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  1. 5 stars
    Wowza I’m stupid! I should have listened to the comments about store bought seasoning being too salty. Now I’ve got a whole Tupperware of these salty little beasts. I haven’t come up with a way to salvage the ingredients yet… was thinking of just mashing them up, adding more cream cheese and putting into some lettuce cups.

  2. 5 stars
    These are amazing. I do not like the taste of lox but my husband and I were fighting over these. They are a great savory option for a fat bomb.

  3. 5 stars
    I am absolutely in love with these! I love bagels and lox, but I can’t eat bagels on Keto. I made these using red onion in place of scallions, and added some capers. I got all the flavors I love without the carbs. I bought already made bagel seasonings at Trader Joe’s (no added sugar), and it was a huge time saver. Instead of rolling them, I just sprinkled on top, so they weren’t overly salty. I’m very happy with this one.

  4. how do you roll these into balls successfully and make them look presentable? mine pretty much were a sticky mess and couldn’t get them into a ball. in the picture, there stacked in the glass and look as though you could grab one without it sticking to the others. mine, not the case haha

    1. Put some olive oil cooking spray on your hands. It keeps things from getting sticky when you roll them. I also placed mine on wax paper on a cookie sheet, separated from each other, and put them in the fridge until they set. Mine came out great.

  5. I just made these and they are absolutely delicious! I used a garlic pepper smoked salmon and made my own seasoning for the outside. I can’t keep my hands off them. Thank you so much!

    1. Traditional Lox is made with (raw) cold smoked salmon, the smoking and curing technically cooks it so it’s not really ‘raw’ — from a texture perspective, hot smoked is sturdier where as cold smoked is very soft and blends in. The flavors are different as well.

  6. What kind of salmon? The kind in a can or pouch in the canned meat section, or salmon in the ba in the refrigerated section? And how much is needed?

  7. Just started Keto a couple weeks ago and decided to try these. They looked SO yummy. Guess what? They are SO yummy! I used the seasoning from Trader Joe’s and mistakenly rolled them in it and found them a tad too salty. Next time, and there will be, I’ll be more frugal with it. I let one soften a bit at room temperature and spread it on a zero-carb parmesan cracker I found. Think I’ll go have another:).

    Thank you for this ingenious recipe.

      1. Might be good to add that to your “notes” that the store bought ones are much saltier and may not want to roll it in the mix as pictured.

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