Copycat Wendy’s Keto Frosty Recipe + Video – a low carb dairy free frozen dessert that’s only 5 carbs and ready in 5 minutes! Paleo, gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free, vegan, clean eating, real food.

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I am absolutely freaking out over this new concoction of mine.

I blended up 5 keto ingredients in the blender, and made the most DELICIOUS copycat Wendy’s keto frosty that is only 5 carbs! Who needs ice cream when you can enjoy this perfect low carb dessert?

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Keto Frosty In A Blender

This keto frosty could not be easier to make. You just combine ice, coconut milk, cacao powder, almond butter and monk fruit in a blender.

There is one important secret to making this extra perfect. Blend the ice first in your high speed blender. It only takes 10 seconds, and turns it into snow. It will blend up ultra smooth without any ice chunks, and without overheating and melting the frosty from the heat of the blender.

 

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Keto Frosty with Coconut Milk

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. Or, if you’re ok to digest dairy, heavy cream would be delicious too and still keto!

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How Many Carbs in a Keto Frosty?

This entire bowl has only 5 net carbs! Plus, tons of healthy fats and amazing keto macros. Such a healthy and satisfying keto dessert.

It’s super thick. Sweet and chocolatey. And guilt free!

Watch Keto Frosty Recipe Demo (1:47 Minutes)

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Copycat Wendy’s Keto Frosty


  • Author: Natalie
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 5 mins
  • Yield: 1 1x
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Ingredients


Instructions

  1. In your high speed blender, blend the ice cubes until they are completely crushed and look like snow.
  2. Add in the coconut milk, cacao powder, almond butter and monk fruit. Blend until completely smooth
  3. Pour in a bowl and enjoy!

Notes

If you coconut milk is separated into solids and liquid in the can, stir it all together.

You can substitute other non-dairy milks. I prefer coconut milk because it has the most fat.

If you’re not worried about this being keto, you can substitute other sweeteners like date paste, maple syrup, coconut sugar or even regular sugar.

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