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Wendy’s Frosty Recipe – A Beautiful Mess


I grew up loving Wendy’s Frosty and was so excited to try and recreate this recipe at home. This is my copycat recipe for Wendy’s Frosty. It tastes exactly as I remembered it, both in terms of flavor and texture! It’s made with just three ingredients: chocolate milk, whipped topping, and sweetened condensed milk. You will love this nostalgic recipe!

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Frosty wendy components

  • chocolate milk – I didn’t have any chocolate milk, so I mixed some chocolate syrup with the milk I had. This recipe works great with dairy or almond milk.
  • whipped topping – I always get the extra creamy kind. This makes the recipe light and creamy, which sets it apart from milkshakes.
  • sweetened condensed milk This gives the frosting its unique texture as well as its rich sweetness.

How to make a frosty wendy

The most important part of this recipe is getting the consistency right. Frosties are special because they are not as thick as milkshakes and have a very unique texture.

There are two ways to prepare this recipe, with or without an ice cream maker. I suggest you how to make ice cream if you have one. I use $50 ice cream maker. It’s small and it’s exactly what I needed for this recipe.

Start by blending the three ingredients together until smooth in a blender.

Ice cream maker method: Pour your mixture into your ice cream maker to maximum capacity (the mixture had to be made in two batches for the size of my ice cream maker). Start by running the ice cream prep and your ice cream will have the perfect texture in 20 to 30 minutes.

Without the method of making ice cream: If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can still make this recipe. Simply freeze the lukewarm mixture in a Tupperware container for 2 hours, then take it out to stir it every 30 minutes.

My favorite way to serve Frosti is with a straw and spoon.

making tips

  • Variations: You can make your own frosty strawberries by substituting chocolate milk for strawberry milk. You can also make your own Frosty Mint by adding ½ tsp mint extract to your mixture.
  • Try adding small chocolate chips.
  • To make an iced drink, add a shot of Kahlua and stir it into your iced drink just before serving.
  • Serve with cherries or any other topping if you like!

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directions

  • There are two ways to prepare this recipe, with or without an ice cream maker. I suggest you how to make ice cream if you have one. I use $50 ice cream maker. It’s small and it’s exactly what I needed for this recipe.
  • Start by blending the three ingredients together until smooth in a blender.

  • Ice cream maker method: Pour your mixture into your ice cream maker to maximum capacity (the mixture had to be made in two batches for the size of my ice cream maker). Start by running the ice cream prep and your ice cream will have the perfect texture in 20 to 30 minutes.

  • Without the method of making ice cream: If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can still make this recipe. Simply freeze the lukewarm mixture in a Tupperware container for 2 hours, then take it out to stir it every 30 minutes.

  • My favorite way to serve Frosti is with a straw and spoon.

Notes

  • Variations: You can make your own frosty strawberries by substituting chocolate milk for strawberry milk. You can also make your own Frosty Mint by adding ½ tsp mint extract to your mixture.
  • Try adding small chocolate chips.
  • To make an iced drink, add a shot of Kahlua and stir it into your iced drink just before serving.
  • Serve with cherries or any other topping if you like!

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