The Frosty is made in several flavors, but the strawberry one, made with Hershey's strawberry syrup, was only available in Canada. (keep reading, Paten, since I know that strawberry ice cream isn't your jam...lol...if I remember correctly?)
Think of it as something between a milkshake and soft-serve ice cream, according to CopyKat, where this came from.
Now, they also make Indulgent Caramel, but I've been thinking that you can take any brand's fruit syrup, and substitute. Knott's, or others. Maybe you'd prefer blueberry, blackberry, peach, etc.? Just be sure to stop and taste, because some may not be as flavorful, requiring a bit more of the syrup. Actually, blueberry or blackberry sound pretty good to me about now!
Apparently, you can make a big batch of it - perhaps in the summer? - and store it in the freezer for up to a month. The same goes for any leftovers. Be sure to put it in a freezer-safe container.
Note: If storing glasses of it, cover them with plastic wrap, or store them in plastic bags, so your frosty mix doesn’t take on any odors from the freezer. This would work for any shake that you make.
When ready to use, let it sit at room temperature for 30 minutes.
⦁ 1˝ cups vanilla ice cream
⦁ 1 tablespoon Hershey’s strawberry syrup
⦁ Place both ingredients in a blender.
⦁ Blend until smooth.
⦁ Pour into a glass and enjoy!
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