Vegan Chocolate Frosty

5 minutes

super easy

1 serving

You will not believe this vegan chocolate frosty is healthy enough for breakfast, requires only 6 ingredients, and takes literally 2 minutes to make!

There truly is nothing quite as satisfying as a creamy, chocolatey Wendy’s copycat vegan chocolate frosty on a hot summer day. Plus, this recipe has the added bonus of being packed with plant fiber, potassium, and iron.

Does Wendy’s have Vegan Chocolate Frosties?

Frosties are a Wendy’s original. They are not dairy-free, as they are made with milk, cream, sugar, corn syrup, and cocoa, among other ingredients.

Wendy’s Frosties are pretty packed with dairy ingredients and additives, meaning they are pretty high in cholesterol, saturated fats, and sugars. They are also not vegan-friendly. Read below for a vegan chocolate frosty option instead!

Are these Frosties Vegan?

You bet! The secret to achieving that thick creaminess is to use frozen bananas and avocado.

The only real work you have to put into making this vegan chocolate frosty is remembering ahead of time to put banana and avocado chunks in the freezer until you’re ready to make a frosty.

This frosty recipe also calls for cocoa powder, soy milk (hello, protein!), chia seeds (for healthy fats), and a Medjool date (or maple syrup) for sweetness.

For a recipe with a few variations (such as no avocado), check out this other healthy vegan chocolate frosty recipe.


As always, if you make this thick, decadent, and smooth chocolate frosty be sure to leave a comment, rate this recipe, and tag me on Instagram so I can feature you.  I love seeing all your photos of my recipe recreations!

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Adjust Servings
1 large banana, frozen
0.33 cup frozen avocado
0.75 tbsp cocoa powder
0.25 cup soy milk
1 tbsp chia seeds
1 Medjool date, pitted (for added sweetness, if desired)
Nutritional Information
339 Calories
12g fat
61g carbohydrate
14g fibre
33g sugars
7g protein
25mg sodium
1056mg potassium
165mg calcium
3mg iron


Add all ingredients to a blender and process until completely smooth.
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