Copy-Cat Wendy’s Frosty

Today is my little girl’s 3rd birthday!  I can’t even believe it has been 3 years since I held her for the first time. She is my little buddy and such a joy in my life!  She says and does some of the funniest things, always keeping me on my toes.

Since today is her day, I thought I would share with you a copy-cat recipe for one of her absolute favorite things in this world, Wendy’s Frosties.  Who doesn’t love a Wendy’s Frosty?! YUM!

This recipe tastes extremely similar! It is both kid and adult approved :)

Copy-Cat Wendy's Frosty
 
Only 3 ingredients and tastes extremely close to the real thing!
Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 4 cups vanilla ice cream, I typically use Frozen Yogurt found in the ice cream aisle
  • ¼ cup Nesquik Chocolate flavor
  • ¾ cup milk, I have used skim and it tastes just as great
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth.

 

Enjoy!
(recipe from: Top Secret Recipes Cookbook)

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  1. tina

    I haven't had a frosty in so long, this sounds REALLY GOOD to me! Can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing how, and best birthday wishes to you baby girl!

  2. Cheryl

    Today is my daughters birthday also!! I am going to try this recipe with No Added sugar Vanilla ice cream and the sugar free Nesquick! I cant have sugar and have missed having the WEndy's frosty! Will let you know how this turns out! I am also not going to tell my husband about the SF part and see what he says! :)

  3. Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel

    Um, SO easy. And I LOVE Wendy's Frosties and grew up on slurping them down by the gallon, practically! Happy Birthday to sweet little Avrie and hope you two have an awesome day together :)

  4. sally @ sallys baking addiction

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY to your sweet little angel! And I love that this recipe doesn't have any weir d ingredients like i've seen on other blogs before... all things I have in the kitchen at the moment!

  5. Randi

    Sounds easy and delicious! What a great way to have a yummy treat, but make it a little healthier with fro-yo and skim milk!

  6. sabrina aced

    YUM!!! Haven't had a frosty in forever -- looks super easy too thanks for the fro yo idea

  7. Angela @ AnotherBitePlease

    Happy 3rd Birthday! Who doesn't love a Wendy Frosty? Thanks for sharing. And LoVE the photo and those straws so cute and fun!

  8. Michelle

    So is the Nesquik the powder stuff, or the liquid stuff? Or doesn't it matter?

  9. CindyLou

    Can this be adapted for an Ice Cream Maker?

  10. Nancy tirva

    so many recipes to enjoy. It's fun going through them. thank you

  11. Mia

    Great idea! I'm not going to lie though, my children were disappointed when they figured out it was chocolate and not vanilla. I don't think I should put in the chocolate powder next time, lol.

  12. annette

    How many does this serve and do you mean CUPS of ice cream or scoops?

  13. Terri

    you need the recipe first before I can make it and leave a comment? You post you have these recipes and then you click on them and nothing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. Chef in Training

      sorry it should be there now :)