Some days you really want delicious chocolate frosty but do not want to hop in the car and drive to Wendy's to get one! Enter in this delicious Copy Cat Wendy's Frosty Recipe you can easily make at home. You probably have all of the ingredients in your pantry already! This is good and bad since these frosty's taste so good it is hard to stop at just one.
Copycat Wendys Frosty Recipe
We first shared this recipe in May 2012 and it is still one of our favorites!
Fair warning this recipe is dangerously good!!! You will not want to stop making these once you try one.
I am all in for any restaurant recipes I can make at home and not have to get dressed up or change out of my yoga pants for. Some days you just want to enjoy your favorite restaurant food without the stress of dealing with other people. I love that you can make this Wendy's frosty recipe at home in a couple of minutes.
The blender doesn't care if you did your hair or showered today. All you have to worry about is making sure you have enough ingredients to make a second one because it is soooo hard to stop with just one of these frostys. We served these when a group of friends was over and everyone kept going back for another half cup until we finished off multiple each. SOOOO GOOD! I LOVE that you can make this wendy's frosty recipe without ice cream maker! All you need is your favorite blender and you are ready to go!
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Copy Cat Wendy's Frosty Recipe
This recipe is really dangerous! I think this drink tastes better than a Frosty! I can not believe how good it is. I am so excited to be able to make these this summer.
Ingredients needed to make a copycat Wendy's frosty recipe
- Vanilla ice cream
- Nesquik Chocolate Mix - powder
- Cool Whip
Equipment needed to make a Wendy's chocolate frosty recipe
Blender - You need a blender that can easily blend all the ingredients together.
Copy Cat Wendy’s Frosty Recipe
- Blend everything in the blender until it is smooth and creamy
Recipe originally shared on May 12, 2013. Updated on March 29, 2020.