Wendy’s Frosty


While this recipe may not be it exactly I think you’ll find it is a very close representation and yummy all the same. Try it and let me know what you think.

Wendy’s Frosty Recipe

  • 1/2 cup milk (2%)
  • 4 teaspoons Nesquik drink mix (Chocolate)
  • 2 cups of vanilla ice cream

Combine the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. You may need to encourage the blend with a spoon. Its going to be thick. This is for one serving.


  1. Reply hannah sanford January 3, 2009

    wendys frosty is amazing!!!

  2. Reply Josephine Bost July 15, 2010

    The Wendy’s Frosty really pleased my grandchildren. It was absolutely terrific, even I had one.

    Thank you

  3. Reply Ruby January 29, 2011

    I tried this, and it is really good! I (accidently) combined this recipe and the Wendy’s Frosty 4 recipe. So it works with 2 cups of vanilla ice cream and a cup of milk. Also, i substituted the choco mix with choco syrup, and that works too. Delicious!!!

  4. Reply Ellie March 13, 2011

    is this suposed to come out more milkshaky than smoothie like? because for me it did it went like one of the macdonalds milkshakes. if not does anyone know where i went wrong? thank you!!!

  5. Reply Samantha March 14, 2011

    Just got a question for Ruby. About how muuch choco syrup did u use?

  6. Reply trent April 9, 2011

    i loved it really good

  7. Reply Fierra December 12, 2011

    Hi, I am a kid and it’s my mom’s birthday, I want to make this for her and we have no vanila ice cream and my mom will be there in a little while, so is anything else tht i could put?

  8. Reply Arias December 22, 2011

    I agree with Ellie. It seemed more like a Chocolate milkshake.

    I think to really get it finely refined like a true Wendy’s Frosty you need to have an elite blender like a Vitamix or Blendtec. Your run of the mill 500 watt cheapie isn’t going to get the texture as smooth as we’re used to a Frosty tasting.

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