Ultimate Keto Chocolate Frosty

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Ultimate Keto Chocolate Frosty

137 ratings

This dessert is rich, decadent, and guaranteed to satisfy that chocolate craving! Not only is this dessert tasty, but it is also sugar-free, gluten-free, and vegetarian. It is a family-friendly treat that both kids and adults can enjoy.

What are some variations to this recipe?

This recipe is so versatile that you can create many flavors out of it. You can add a little bit of instant coffee to get a mocha-flavored Keto frosty or a little bit of sugar-free caramel syrup for another layer of flavor. You can also add peanut butter, frozen cherries, or peppermint extract for a perfect pairing.

What is the best chocolate to use for this Keto treat?

To limit the number of carbs and keep this recipe Keto-friendly, we are using cocoa powder. While you can use a sugar-free chocolate bar to make this Keto frosty, it usually contains more carbs. Using a chocolate bar will also increase the preparation time since you must melt it.

Can you prepare this Keto chocolate frosty beforehand?

In fact, it is better to prepare this low-carb chocolate mousse a few hours before serving it. While you can enjoy it as soon as it's ready, refrigerating it intensifies the flavors and improves texture. This Keto dessert is best eaten within a day but will last in your fridge for 3-4 days

  • Net Carbs

    2.9 g

  • Fiber

    0.7 g

  • Total Carbs

    21.6 g

  • Protein

    3.1 g

  • Fats

    32.4 g

323 cals

Ultimate Keto Chocolate Frosty

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  • Heavy Cream

    Heavy Cream

    ¾ cup

  • The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    ¼ cup

  • Cacao Powder Raw Chocolate Powder Certified Organic by Navitas

    Cacao Powder Raw Chocolate Powder Certified Organic by Navitas

    2 teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 3

35 min

  • Step 1

    Add cream, sweetener, and cacao powder to a small mixing bowl. Choose your choice of sweetener. You can add your desired flavoring.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    With a hand mixer, whip cream until a stiff peak forms. Cover and transfer to the freezer. Chill for 25 minutes.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Whip the mixture with a hand mixer again. Divide into 2 serving glasses. Serve chilled!
    Step 3

Comments 30

  • ExcellentArugula122581

    ExcellentArugula122581 a year ago

    It does taste good. But as the other commentator said I experienced throat burn as well. I guess these sweeteners are better used in moderation doesn’t seem healthy.

    • BethVegas

      BethVegas a year ago

      Was good, but the consistency was more like chocolate whipping cream that you’d put on a cake.

      • RebelRose1957

        RebelRose1957 a year ago

        Too good to be true!

        • AwesomeKale662776

          AwesomeKale662776 a year ago


          • FortuitousArugula757555

            FortuitousArugula757555 a year ago

            Way too sweet I had to look back at the recipe to make sure I didn’t mistake 16g of sugar for 60g.😂 The swerve in the recipe is way too much, I suggest you cut it down by more than half. I blended mine with ice cubes and intentionally left some ice pieces for a bit of crunch and omg. Even if I decide to leave keto, I’ll still substitute this recipe for ice cream. It was yummyyy!!!

            • StupendousAvocado355768

              StupendousAvocado355768 2 years ago

              Can I used canned coconut milk instead?

              • Dlbuckey

                Dlbuckey 2 years ago

                Can I sub in monk fruit 1 to 1 on this ?

                • daniellewisinski

                  daniellewisinski 2 years ago

                  Yes I do

              • IneffableMacadamia404059

                IneffableMacadamia404059 2 years ago

                Love this. Mine was more of the consistency of pudding. I used Swerve for the sweetner.

                • AwesomeCauliflower900526

                  AwesomeCauliflower900526 2 years ago

                  There are 640 cal in 3/4 of a cup of heavy cream. The macros are way off. Craziness..

                  • Candy

                    Candy a year ago

                    I have read that you should be careful with artificial sweeteners and maybe take the net value to half of the carb value not completely erase it.

                  • Alizabethfn96

                    Alizabethfn96 2 years ago

                    This recipe says it makes two servings. 640/2=320. This is correct per serving.

                • Rosey

                  Rosey 2 years ago

                  How can there be 21.5 carbs in this recipe?

                  • Sandy

                    Sandy 2 years ago

                    Sugar alcohols contribute to the total carbs number but do not count towards net carbs.

                  • PatienceGratitudeOhMy

                    PatienceGratitudeOhMy 2 years ago

                    the oddity must come from the weird sugar substitute. monk fruit works fine in whipping cream fwiw

                  • Angie

                    Angie 2 years ago

                    3 net carbs per serving

                • RousingMacadamia917440

                  RousingMacadamia917440 2 years ago

                  I tweeked it as I read the reviews. I used my skinny syrup and added an 8th of a tablespoon of instant espresso and it was soooo good.

                  • Thinspirated

                    Thinspirated 2 years ago

                    I will definitely try that, what flavor SS did you use; god knows I have every flavor available 😁

                • FabulousRadish148163

                  FabulousRadish148163 2 years ago

                  Can I use hershey's unsweetened cocoa powder?

                  • Clarissa-Marie

                    Clarissa-Marie 2 years ago

                    Unsweetened cocoa powder and cacao powder are interchangeable. The difference is that cocoa powder is processed at a very high heat losing nutrients that cacao powder retains. Flavor wise, less processed cacao powder is more bitter than cocoa.

                  • PatienceGratitudeOhMy

                    PatienceGratitudeOhMy 2 years ago

                    yes. it's just not as bougie, and keto trenders are nothing if not bougie

                • FavorableKale631124

                  FavorableKale631124 3 years ago

                  Made this with the only alternative sweetener I had it was delicious, then bought the correct sweetener it was sweet but not too much but the back of my throat is burning, is this chemicals? Will switch back to the other sweetener I had, tasted much nicer that way

                  • Jenwant

                    Jenwant a year ago

                    I use monk fruit...

                • Jesscamp1990

                  Jesscamp1990 3 years ago

                  I could only eat 1/4 of that .... but its yummy and hits the spot♡ but I would say use a spoon not a straw 😁

                  • IncredibleMacadamia702214

                    IncredibleMacadamia702214 3 years ago

                    Much to sweet

                    • opforce3000

                      opforce3000 3 years ago

                      Why are the diabetic carbs so high? The ingredients do not have any.

                      • Clarissa-Marie

                        Clarissa-Marie 2 years ago

                        Sugar alcohols are counted in total carb counts but are subtracted in the net carbs as they do not raise/affect blood sugar or insulin levels

                    • krissybelle

                      krissybelle 3 years ago

                      Waaaaaayyyyy to much sweetener Yikes Cut by more than half

                      • Yummyketoness

                        Yummyketoness 3 years ago

                        Not a real shake but a really nice replacement.

                        • Fran

                          Fran 3 years ago

                          It’s a frosty.