The frosty drink is the fast food chain's seasonal spin on its cult classic, Frosted Lemonade. Here's how to make it with just two ingredients!

Grace Elkus

True Chick-fil-A fans know that there’s something even better than chicken on the menu: The Frosted Lemonade, a combination of freshly-squeezed lemonade and their famous “vanilla Icedream." It has such a cult following that the chicken chain launches spin-off drinks on the regular. This year it's the Frosted Sunrise, which is just as sweet, sour, and deliciously creamy as the classic, but it's made with orange juice instead of lemonade.

You can pick it up at Chick-fil-A through June 2—or you can just make our Frosted Sunrise copycat recipe at home. It's incredibly easy and just as delicious as the one you can buy. Using frozen orange juice concentrate instead of liquid keeps the milkshake-like concoction from melting too quickly. Here's how it's done: 

1. Empty one 12 oz. can of frozen orange juice concentrate into your blender. Pack the can full of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt (about 4 scoops), then empty into the blender. Repeat once more. 

2. Blend, agitating the mixture with a rubber spatula as necessary to keep everything moving, until creamy. Divide among 4 glasses and serve with straws and an orange wedge, if you’re feeling extra tropical. 

And that's it! More exciting than a milkshake, and easier than pretty much any other dessert we can think of. If you love it, try our 3-Ingredient Pineapple Soft Serve

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