Wendy’s Keto Chocolate Frosty Copycat

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Our Wendy’s Keto Chocolate Frosty is an amazing copycat that looks and tastes just like the real thing! If you have four common ingredients, a few minutes, and a craving for something delicious, you’re in luck because that’s all you will need to whip up this yummy treat.

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Wendys Keto Chocolate Frosty Copycat

There is nothing better than a cool, creamy, and sweet Wendy’s chocolate Frosty! These used to be my absolute weakness! 

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.

If that wasn’t cool enough, we made this delicious copycat using only four ingredients! That means that you can probably go to your kitchen right now and find all of the ingredients you need to make this awesome keto chocolate Frosty!

red mug with chocolate frosty in it

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 (i.e. foods with simple ingredients) then you will love this keto frosty copycat. 

If you enjoy fast food chain copycat recipes, try these Keto Shamrock Shake Bites.

Or, if you’re looking for something similar to this recipe that doesn’t require a freezer, check out our Thick and Creamy Chocolate Keto Pudding. This pudding is super rich, creamy, and chocolaty. 

How To Make Keto Chocolate Frosty

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  1. Gather heavy cream, unsweetened cocoa powder, Lakanto powdered sweetener, and vanilla extract.

     2. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl.

     3. Blend until stiff peaks form; freeze for at least 30 minutes.

     4. In order to get the right consistency, you will need to either stir the mixture with a spoon, or use a blender to soften the Frosty and give it that not-completely-frozen/not-too-melty consistency. Serve in a mug, bowl, or glass and enjoy!

spoonful of keto chocolate frosty being slightly lifted out of the mug

 

Using Lakanto’s Monkfruit To Sweeten

We used Lakanto’s Powdered Monkfruit for this recipe and it turned out great!

Honestly, though, we use Monkfruit in some form or another for just about everything we make and it always turns out great!

Monkfruit is delicious alternative sweetener that is completely natural, is zero glycemic, and of course tastes great! It works perfectly in pretty much any sweet recipe, and this keto Frosty copycat is no exception.

Lakanto’s Powdered Monkfruit sweetener is the best substitute for powdered sugar! We also used it to make our Keto Pecan Snowball Cookies!

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Nutrition (per serving) Makes 3 servings

Calories: 273.3 | Fat: 32.3g | Carbs: 4g | Fiber: 1.3g | Protein: 0.33g | Net Carbs: 2.7g

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Wendys Keto Chocolate Frosty

Wendys Keto Chocolate Frosty

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4.4(135)

35 minutes

3 Servings

Ingredients

1 cup Heavy Cream
2 tbsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
2 tbsp Lakanto Powdered Sweetener
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
Nutritional Information
273 Calories
32g Total Fat
-1.5g Net Carbs
0.5g Protein

Directions

1
In a large bowl, blend heavy cream, unsweetened cocoa powder, sweetener, and vanilla extract.
2
Freeze for about 30 minutes.
3
Once frozen, the mixture will become stiff. In order to achieve desired consistency, before serving, spoon-mix the mixture until you have a Frosty-like consistency.
Nutritional Disclaimer: We are not certified nutritionists. Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy. The information provided is calculated through a free-web based nutrition calculator and is not guaranteed to be accurate. To ensure we provide you with good information, we look at a variety of calculators.

10 Comments

  • Vanessa

    I saved this recipe a while back, but just tried it tonight since I have powdered monkfruit sweetener from making keto pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving. I have to say…this recipe is incredibly similar to the real thing, and I am sooo here for it! I can’t remember the last time I had a regular frosty, but this is a perfect alternative for keto and low carb folks!

  • Karla McDaniles

    I tried this tonight & it was absolutely amazing! So close to the real thing. I was on the verge of grabbing something bad until I remembered this recipe. Thank you!!

  • Emily

    Have you tried this with the Swerve powdered sugar? And did it taste the same?

    • Kasey

      We find that the Swerve powdered sweetener has a minty after taste, so it will taste a little different. However, some people prefer Swerve. It should still taste similar to the original recipe. Enjoy!

  • Jessie Tara Mercredi

    Would it be possible to use Stevia drops?

    • Kasey

      Yes! That is definitely doable. It may alter the carb count depending on what brand you use.

  • jennifer cox

    Can you use an immersion blender?

  • Shaun

    So delicious!! Even my 9 year old enjoyed. She actually asked me to make another batch and try to freeze it in our Popsicle molds! It turned out brilliantly-made 8 popsicles. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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