You can whip this recipe up in five to ten minutes, which is faster than most of you can drive to Wendy’s and buy one yourself. Heck, that’s faster than it takes me to load up my four children in the car and make them put on their seat belts.
You can use either almond or coconut milk with this frosty. The almond milk is more mild. The coconut milk leaves a stronger coconut taste but makes the frosty creamier. If you’re really ambitious, you could mix the two and kind of get the best of both worlds. More or less honey can be used depending on how ripe your banana is. The riper the banana, the sweeter it is. If you don’t have raw cacao powder, regular cocoa powder will do just fine.If you like it thicker, either use less milk or add more ice cubes. So the next time I have an urge to get a Wendy’s Frosty I will be making this instead!
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This frosty recipe is quick, easy and tastes just like the real thing without all the questionable ingredients.
Place all ingredients in a blender.
Starting on low speed, blend everything together, slowly turning the speed up to medium. Blend until smooth and creamy.
Makes 2, 8-9 ounce servings.