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Spiced Refridgerator Candy

I don't know what you call these things. No Bake Cheesecake in a Cup? Refrigerator Candy? Fat Bombs? Clouds? I've seen them come in a variety of shapes, sizes and names. In the end, the concept is pretty simple. Take cream cheese and blend it with fat, flavor and something sweet. Eat!

I think there are many reasons that this exists. I know in my world, I love them because they're tasty, quick, easy to make, easy to eat, they cure any sweet desires, etc. I know many people eat them to boost their fat intake. I often use them as a vehicle for coconut oil, rather than a morning shot, or an oil slick floating in my coffee.

I make these in all sorts of flavors. This one is REALLY tasty! It's like a "Spiced Cheesecake". Yum!

One point I should probably make ... with any of these desserts, I personally feel it's important to portion them, in advance. For one, my system can't take a big block of almost pure tasty fat, all at the same time. My eyes and mouth want me to keep eating, but my stomach will complain, later. There's also really no need. Portioning this into little ΒΌ cup portions is MORE than enough and will provide you a nice little snack or an end to a meal. The satiety that comes along with it is ... bonus!
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time15 mins
Servings: 6 Servings
Calories: 372.00333333333kcal
Author: DJ Foodie



  • Add all ingredients to a food processor, except the liquid coconut oil.
  • Turn on the food processor.
  • With the processor running, slowly pour the coconut oil into the cream cheese. It should emulsify and make something that looks almost like mayonnaise. Pour VERY slowly, in a thin stream, to start. After the first 1/4 cup has been added, you may pour a little more quickly (still slow, though).
  • Divide into 6 smaller cups, with lids.
  • Refrigerate.
  • Eat!


Serving: 6g | Calories: 372.00333333333kcal | Carbohydrates: 18.646666666667g | Protein: 2.3233333333333g | Fat: 36.98g | Fiber: 0.275g