I saw this idea on Pinterest quite some time ago, but I am pregnant and have not been wanting many sweets. However, my ingredients that I’d purchased when I thought I would want sweets were about to expire, so it was time! Previously, I had tried a recipe that claimed it tasted like a Frosty. My first clue that something might go wrong should have been that it called for a banana. Pretty sure there’s no bananas in a Frosty. Secondly, the sheer lack of sugar should have been a clue. Needless to say, that is NOT the recipe I am posting. This one has three simple, sugary ingredients: sweetened condensed coconut milk, chocolate almond milk, and Cocowhip. I knew that even if this recipe didn’t exactly mimic a Frosty, it would still be delicious. I was not disappointed by this recipe! Not only was it good, but it was like a Frosty with a hint of coconut. So, break out your ice cream maker and make this recipe!
1 can sweetened condensed coconut milk (11.25 oz)
1 tub Cocowhip (8 oz), not the lite version
1/2 gallon minus one cup chocolate almond milk
Allow Cocowhip to defrost in fridge (takes 4+ hours). Whisk together sweetened condensed coconut milk, Cocowhip, and chocolate almond milk. Follow your ice cream maker’s directions. Mine is a cuisinart and I put it in the pre-frozen bowl and churned it for about 15-20 minutes until it looked like a frosty (see below). This made two batches in my little ice cream maker.