The ultimate copycat Wendy’s frosty, made with just 3 simple ingredients! You can make it in minutes, and it tastes just like the real thing!
Wendy’s frosty fans unite… I’ve come up with the most perfect copycat EVER! It tastes just like the real deal, and is so simple to make but it’s as sugar-free and keto-friendly!
Summertime is in full swing and ice cream always hits the spot.
It’s not quite ice cream, and it’s not quite a shake… it’s a Frosty! The only problem? Well, not only is it delicious, but it is unfortunately loaded with sugar! That’s obviously a no-go if you’re trying to live a ketogenic lifestyle, but don’t worry!
This keto Chocolate Frosty Copycat tastes so much like the real thing! Satisfying your craving for smooth, rich, chocolateyness is easy with this keto chocolate frosty copycat.
This keto frosty copycat is the perfect treat to keep you cool this summer. The refreshing coolness mixed with the light and airy frozen chocolate will help you conquer even the hottest of summer days.
Even though this keto frosty copycat is excellent for summer, there really is never a bad time for keto ice cream! Summer, Winter, Spring, or Fall, hot or cold, this keto chocolate frosty makes for a great treat!
There are some really great keto friendly ice creams out there that can probably be found at your local grocery store, but if you prefer to eat simply, then you will love this keto frosty copycat.
If you need a dairy free version….
I prefer this made with full fat coconut milk (or even coconut cream) in a can. It has the most fat, which is what you love about ice cream and a Wendy’s Frosty.
In a pinch, you can for sure substitute almond milk or your other favorite non-dairy milk.
If you want a vanilla version…..
Simply leave out the cocoa powder and add extra vanilla. Adding a tablespoon of cream cheese, would also make it super creamy!
CJ’S FOLLOW-UP TASTE TEST:
This was a nice surprise! I say surprise because this recipe is not new, or original and has been use by lots of bloggers and youtubers. Every recipe is not created equal and just because it’s on Pinterest or the internet it doesn’t mean its actually any good. This recipe delivered, it was simple to make and had a good flavor. We experimented and made another batch without the peanut butter and it tasted closer to the real Wendy’s Frosty – just saying. Enjoy it, it’s another item for your keto food arsenal, it might help you stick with keto for one more day, one more month and before you know it your looking great, and feeling great.
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Keto Wendy's Frosty Copycat
- hand mixer
- Mix all ingredients together in a small chilled bowl .Beat until stiff until stiff peaks form.
- Place in the freezer for about 30 to 60 minutes until barely frozen.
- You can place frosty into a baggie for easy piping, or serve in small dessert dishes.
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