Potentially consider a slight change in the amount of Carbs you eat and sub them for the equivalent calories of Fat.
I.E. if you cut 10g Carbs per meal, then have around 4g added Fat, which is nearly the same. You eat pretty much at a maintenance level, but you don't have the necessary Carb energy like before, so the body would hopefully source more fat to account for the deficeit.
I would not advise doing this more than about once, as too few Carbs could affect blood sugar levels negatively and heavy fat burning could produce higher Ketone production, which has the potential for unwanted affects on the blood, by affecting the acidity.