This liquid and frozen vegan chocolate is secretly thick, creamy and delicious, and no one can believe it’s actually good for you!
Without heavy cream
There is no cold whip
No bananas needed!
The homemade sweet, frosty chocolate is extra thick, thanks to a surprisingly easy mixing trick that adds incredible texture and creaminess, without any extra fat and calories.
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When I was in middle school, my friends and I would often head to Wendy’s after playing football for a large iced chocolate and fries.
Thanks to the internet, it’s now easy to make your own Wendy cold recipe at home. Online tutorials can call for ingredients like a cold shake, Nesquik, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla ice cream, frozen chocolate milk, or a chocolate pudding mix.
Many healthy versions add bananas instead, but I chose not to use that for me because the real Wendy’s chocolate No Taste like banana.
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Frosty tips and tricks
The best trick for how to get a large amount of volume in ice without adding heavy cream or ice cream is to freeze your favorite milk or bleach in an ice cube tray (this can be done days or even weeks in advance).
Do not use regular ice cubes in the recipe, as the water will dilute the flavor and richness of the final product.
Another important tip is to make sure the avocado is ripened. It should feel soft but not mushy when pressed. (You shouldn’t be able to sample avocados here, but there are also some alternatives listed below if you’d rather use something else.)
Healthy frozen chocolate ingredients
The main healthy ingredients in this version are heart-healthy avocados and antioxidant-rich cocoa powder.
If you don’t have an avocado on hand, the recipe can also be made with 1/4 cup of your favorite nut butter, 1/2 cup of your favorite non-dairy ice cream, or a frozen overripe banana if you want chocolate. A lukewarm banana.
For the sweetener you choose, feel free to use regular or unrefined sugar, erythritol or stevia, pure maple syrup, or your favorite sweetener.
The liquid can be canned coconut milk, cashew cream, almond milk, soy milk, or another milk of your choice. I’m part coconut milk here.
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Above, see the video of the recipe for lukewarm chocolate
The recipe is taken from my country Avocado smoothie.
- 1/2 A large avocado (The alternatives are listed above)
- 1 1/2 Cups Choose milk or non-dairy creamer
- 1 1/2 Tablespoon Cocoa powder
- 2 1/2 3 tablespoons Favorite sweetener
- 1 Teaspoon Pure vanilla extract
- 1/8 Teaspoon salt
- Optional 2 tablespoons of nut butter of choice
- Feel free to mix in scoop protein powder or frozen ripe bananas
I like to freeze milk or creamer in an ice cube tray beforehand, as it makes for very thick and almost ice cream-like consistency, with Wendy’s lukewarm consistency. (You can skip this and the juice will be thinner but still delicious. Do not add regular ice to the recipe, as it will dilute the flavor.) Make sure the avocado is cooked. Peel off completely, and get rid of the hole. Mix all ingredients until completely smooth. Serve cold. View nutrition facts
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