Keto Chocolate Frosty

Published Date
March 31st 2022
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How to describe the taste and consistency of a chocolate Frosty? It's a hybrid of a chocolate shake that meets chocolate ice cream—smooth, rich, creamy, and velvety textures of a halfway frozen shake and undeniably delicious. Using a powdered sugar alternative and unsweetened cocoa powder instantly becomes a sugar-free Keto Frosty with less than 3/4 of the total net carbs of a traditional frosty. Of course, you will need to set aside time for it to set up in the freezer for 30 minutes, but it's worth it. 

Cocoa is made of many nutritional components, including antioxidants; cocoa may even help put you in a good mood and lower your stress levels. So why wouldn't you want a Keto Chocolate Frosty in your life? 70% cocoa powder will give you the right amount of chocolaty flavor. If you can't locate 70% cocoa powder and will do, be sure it doesn't have any added sugar. Add some unsweetened protein powder or your favorite nut butter, and you have a powerful pick me up for any time of the day. 

How many carbs in keto frosty?

3.3 grams of net carbs are in a keto frosty

Is keto Frosty healthy?

Choosing to make a sugar-free keto frosty is healthier than having a high sugar frosty. 

How many carbs are in a chocolate Frosty?

There are 79 grams of net carbs in a medium chocolate frosty. 

Can you have heavy whipping cream on keto diet?

Yes, you can have whipped cream on a keto diet. However, whipped cream is high in fat and cholesterol, so you may want to limit your portions per week. 
Author: Jennifer Dodd
Prep Time
4 mins
Cook Time
0 mins
Total Time
4 mins
Serves
2

Ingredients

Instructions

Place heavy cream into a large bowl
Using an electric hand mixer with the beater attachment, whip the heavy cream on low speed until the cream is fully whipped with soft peaks when you pull the beaters back. If you don't possess a hand mixer, you can also use a blender on low speed to whip the cream. 
Add in the powdered sugar, vanilla, and cocoa powder. Whip the mixture on low speed to fully incorporate the ingredients. 
Wrap the bowl with cling film and place it in the freezer for 30 minutes. 
Remove the bowl from the freezer and give it one final whip with the hand mixer to frosty it up!
Portion out into chilled glasses with large straws, and you have yourself a keto chocolate frosty.

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keto chocolate frosty, easy, ice cream, recipe, coconut milk, almond milk, sugar-free

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