I love Wendy's frosties. I especially like them with french fries. The combination of sweet and salty, hot and cold is just so good! Unfortunately, they're really bad for you with lots of sugar and empty calories. Now you can have a Wendy's frosty whenever you want and without the guilt! I found this recipe on Pinterest and it's from Meals & Moves. It's healthy, delicious, and really tastes like the real thing!
The recipe calls for xanthan gum and guar gum. I honesty don't know what that stuff is and I wasn't about to spend a lot of time looking for it at the store. I did have the soy protein powder because I like to make healthy chocolate milkshakes. I crush some ice cubes in a blender then add a cup of milk, a banana, and a scoop of chocolate soy powder. Blend it all together in the blender and it's really good. It's not quite a Wendy's chocolate frosty because you can really taste the banana, but it's still pretty good.
Here's what you need for Wendy's frosty recipe:
15 ice cubes
3/4 cup (6 oz.) almond milk
1 scoop of chocolate soy protein powder
Use the blender to crush the ice.
Add the soy milk and protein powder.
Mix until smooth (about a minute). If the frosty is too thick, add a little bit more soy milk until it's the right consistency.