3-Ingredient Copycat Frosty Recipe - Mashed (2023)

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ByLindsay D. Mattison/Updated: Sept. 15, 2021 9:32 am EDT

Wendy's Frosty is nothing short of iconic. According to Wendy's original Frosty guy, Fred Kappus, the drink was born in the 1960s, when it was inspired by a frozen treat at a racetrack in Cleveland, Ohio. The sign at the track read "SECRET FORMULA, FROSTED MALTED," but the secret was pretty easy to figure out: They mixed together vanilla and chocolate to create a smooth, malty flavor. Wendy's founder Dave Thomas thought it would be the perfect accompaniment to the chain's burgers and french fries, and the rest is history.

According to Reader's Digest, the chain was selling 300 million Frostys per year by the mid-2000s, and they haven't stopped there. Frosty promotions continue to soar, from Wendy's 50-cent Frostys for their 50th anniversary in 2019 to the announcement of their new flavor, the Birthday Cake Frosty. But for us, it's all about that classic chocolate Frosty, but getting it from the drive-through isn't always an option. So we wanted to figure out how to make it at home and mixed together a very short ingredients list to create a 3-ingredient copycat Frosty you can make at home. Is it as tasty as the original? Does it have that same semi-melted consistency we've come to know and love? Read on to find out.

Gather the ingredients for this 3-ingredient copycat Frosty

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Before we got started, we took a peek at the ingredients list on Wendy's website for their classic chocolate Frosty. We knew that they — for sure — use more than three ingredients, but we wanted to try to be as authentic as possible with our shortened list. There were several familiar ingredients like milk, sugar, corn syrup, cream, cocoa, and natural vanilla flavor. We skipped over all the stabilizers and emulsifiers, like guar gum, sodium citrate, and vitamin A palmitate, knowing that we could find some of them in store-bought products.

In the end, we chose the three ingredients that would maximize the flavor bang for our buck: chocolate milk, Cool Whip, and sweetened condensed milk. The chocolate milk would knock out the milk and cocoa components while the Cool Whip contained additional milk, corn syrup, and guar gum — an ingredient that keeps ice crystals from forming in milk, making ice cream extra creamy. The sweetened condensed milk would bring it all together with a punch of sugary flavor.

You'll find a full list of the ingredients, including the step-by-step blending directions, at the end of this article.

Do you need an ice cream machine to make a 3-ingredient copycat Frosty?

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Wendy's uses ice cream machines to make Frostys in their restaurants, but that doesn't mean you have to. According to The SQUARE Deal, the original Frosty was made in a standard, four-quart soft-serve ice cream machine, but the company quickly sized up to larger machines to handle the volume. Luckily, we're only making enough Frosty to serve one person at a time, so you don't need any fancy equipment. Instead, we'll freeze the ingredients and blend them together using a high-powered blender.

If you do want to scale this recipe up to make enough for a crowd, we do recommend using an ice cream machine instead of a blender. Pouring the ingredients into the ice cream maker is not only easier to pull off, but making several batches in a row might overheat the motor on your blender. Just keep in mind that the bowl of the ice cream machine probably needs to be frozen before getting started, so check with the manufacturer and follow all the directions before proceeding.

Is Cool Whip a required ingredient to make 3-ingredient copycat Frosty?

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Cool Whip is one of the staple ingredients of our 3-ingredient copycat Frosty recipe for a few reasons. For starters, it's sweet like ice cream but contains a lighter, softer texture and consistency. That's important for replicating Wendy's Frosty because the texture is closer to soft-serve than ice cream. We also mentioned earlier that Cool Whip contains guar gum, a food additive made from legumes. It's high in fiber, so it may contain some health benefits, but it's mostly used here to thicken up the whipped topping and keep the milk from forming ice crystals.

If you're not into all the additives in the container of Cool Whip, you could certainly make your own whipped cream. Keep in mind that cream doubles in volume as it's whipped, so you would only need to whip 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream. You'll also want to add about a tablespoon of powdered sugar to the mix to give it the right sweetness. When you're finished whipping, store the whipped cream in the freezer for at least an hour before making the recipe below.

What can you do with the rest of the sweetened condensed milk?

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Our 3-ingredient copycat Frosty recipe makes a single serving, so you only need one tablespoon sweetened condensed milk. That leaves a lot of product left in the can. The good news is the leftovers will last a while — three weeks in the refrigerator or up to three months in the freezer. Leaf recommends transferring the sweetened condensed milk to an airtight container, as the product becomes less fresh as it's exposed to air.

From there, you can use the remaining can for your favorite recipes. We've created several 3-ingredient recipes that use a can of sweetened condensed milk, including 3-ingredient banana bread and 3-ingredient fudge. Removing a single tablespoon (or roughly a 20th of the can) shouldn't impact the recipe too much, so bake away. In addition to baked goods, have some fun with no-bake recipes like key lime pie or no-churn ice cream. You can also add sweetened condensed milk to iced coffee or tea drinks, or create a refreshing Brazilian lemonade drink by blending it with limes, water, and ice.

Start by making chocolate milk ice cubes for a perfect 3-ingredient copycat Frosty

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Okay, now that we've reviewed all the ingredients, it's time to get started making our 3-ingredient copycat Frosty. The only way to make this recipe without an ice cream maker is to freeze the chocolate milk in ice cube trays. That means you'll have to plan ahead. It takes at least four hours for the milk to freeze, and it may take longer, depending on the temperature of your freezer. We recommend preparing the ice cubes a day in advance to be sure they have enough time to freeze fully.

It should take about 1-1/4 cups of chocolate milk to fill a 16-cube ice cube tray. If you don't have an ice cube tray handy, you could also freeze the milk in a freezer-safe bag. When the milk is completely frozen, smash the ice until the pieces are small enough to fit into the blender. In a pinch, you could also use a (thoroughly cleaned) plastic egg carton or a regular egg carton lined with aluminum foil to make ice cubes.

Blend the ingredients until the 3-ingredient copycat Frosty is smooth

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When the chocolate milk cubes are completely frozen, place them in a high-powered blender (like a Vitamix) along with the Cool Whip and sweetened condensed milk. Turn the blender on and puree the mixture until it's smooth and creamy. You will definitely need to scrape down the sides from time to time, as it takes a while for the blender to break down all those ice cubes. If your blender comes with a tamper, use it; it will make life so much easier!

When the 3-ingredient copycat Frosty is finished blending, it will be thick like ice cream but soft like a milkshake. Spoon the Frosty into a cup and enjoy it with a spoon or a straw. (Or, dip some fries into it; we won't judge.) This recipe makes about 16 ounces of Frosty, and you can store any extras in the freezer. Keep in mind they will freeze solid, so give yourself enough time to let the Frosty sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before enjoying the leftovers.

How close did our 3-ingredient copycat Frosty get to the original?

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Everyone loved this 3-ingredient copycat Frosty. One of the taste testers commented that it was richer and more chocolatey than Wendy's original, so we made a second batch and added a splash of vanilla extract. The extra ingredient went a long way to make the Frosty taste almost exactly like the original, but we didn't mind the richer flavor without it, either. As far as texture goes, this recipe was spot on. It had the same soft-but-firm consistency we've come to love with these milkshakes, and we could eat it with either a spoon or a straw.

Although the chocolate Frostys are our favorite, we did try a second version with regular milk instead of chocolate milk. Not surprisingly, it tasted similar to the vanilla Frosty, but we did have to make a few modifications to get it the rest of the way. You'll definitely want to add the vanilla extract to this mixture, and we added extra sweetened condensed milk to amp up the sweet vibes.

In the end, it's totally possible to make Wendy's copycat Frosty recipes with only three ingredients, so stock up the freezer and say goodbye to the drive-thru. Although you'll still have to hit it up from time to time if you want to pick up some dipping fries!

3-Ingredient Copycat Frosty Recipe

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We mixed together a very short ingredients list to create a 3-ingredient copycat Wendy's Frosty you can make at home — it's that easy!

Cook Time

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Servings

1

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16-ounce serving

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Total time: 5.08 hours

Ingredients

  • 1-¼ cup chocolate milk, frozen in an ice cube tray
  • 1 cup Cool Whip
  • 1 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk

Directions

  1. Divide the chocolate milk between 16 ice cube trays. Freeze for at least four hours or until the milk is completely frozen.
  2. Place the chocolate milk ice cubes into a blender with the Cool Whip and sweetened condensed milk.
  3. Blend until smooth, scraping down the sides as needed. Use the tamper, if you have one, to make it easier to force the chocolate ice cubes into the blender's blade.
  4. Spoon the copycat Frosty into a cup and enjoy with a spoon or straw.
  5. Leftovers can be stored in the freezer. The Frosty will become frozen solid, so let it sit at room temperature for 30 minutes before enjoying.

Nutrition

Calories per Serving474
Total Fat25.6 g
Saturated Fat15.9 g
Trans Fat0.0
Cholesterol89.6 mg
Total Carbohydrates50.2 g
Dietary Fiber2.5 g
Total Sugars45.0 g
Sodium216.6 mg
Protein13.3 g

The information shown is Edamam’s estimate based on available ingredients and preparation. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

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FAQs

What is the ingredients of a Frosty? ›

According to the ingredient list on the Frosty menu page, the chocolate Frosty contains milk, sugar, corn syrup, cream, whey, nonfat dry milk, cocoa, guar gum, mono and diglycerides, cellulose gum, natural vanilla flavor, carrageenan, calcium sulfate, sodium citrate, dextrose, and Vitamin A palmitate.

What makes Wendy's Frosty different? ›

The chocolate Frosty isn't 100 percent chocolate

Instead, the chocolate flavor is actually a combination of chocolate and vanilla. Thomas originally had one Frosty machine, so he combined the chocolate and vanilla mix himself. Learn the real reason why Wendy's famous burgers are squares.

What is the original flavor of Frosty? ›

The Frosty is the signature frozen dairy dessert of Wendy's fast-food restaurants, introduced in 1969 when the first restaurant opened. The original "light chocolate" flavor (actually a combination of chocolate and vanilla) was initially the only flavor offered.

How is a Frosty different from ice cream? ›

"The only difference is that ice cream has a large amount of butterfat, so we've lowered the [percentage] of butterfat in our Frostys to meet customer demand," Denny Lynch, former senior vice president of communications at Wendy's, explained.

Is a Frosty just ice cream? ›

No. It is fluffed up chocolate shake mix, I worked for Wendy's for decades and when we couldn't get the actual Frosty mix we could order shake mix from any dairy and it would come out exactly the same.

Did Wendy's change their Frosty recipe? ›

Frostys have been a Wendy's staple for over 50 years, and it's the secret vanilla-chocolate combo that sets their taste apart from the competitors. Wendy's Vice President David Lynch said that the recipe has stayed pretty much the same since the Frosty was released, and it's never going to majorly change.

What flavor Frosty does Wendy's have? ›

However, the entrance of the Strawberry Frosty comes at a cost. John Li, Vice President of Culinary Innovation, said that the Frosty machines at Wendy's locations are set up to handle just two flavors, the familiar vanilla and chocolate.

How is strawberry Frosty made? ›

Wendy's offered a Strawberry Frosty for a limited time back in 2010, made by blending their vanilla Frosty with strawberry syrup. The newest offering blends a special strawberry puree with the classic vanilla Frosty, so we're expecting it to taste just like fresh strawberries!

Does Wendy Frosty have high fructose corn syrup? ›

Vanilla Frosty (milk, sugar, corn syrup, cream, whey, nonfat milk, guar gum, mono and diglycerides, cellulose gum, carrageenan, calcium sulfate, disodium phosphate, natural and artificial flavors, annatto extract, vitamin A palmi- tate), Chocolate Shake Syrup (sugar, high fructose corn syrup, water, corn syrup, cocoa ...

Is a Wendy's Frosty a malt? ›

The Frosty is Wendy's quintessential malt treat: the best part of ice cream and milkshakes, combined into one perfect dessert. Frostys are light but thick, cold and creamy, and there's nothing quite like them at any other fast food place.

Did Wendy's Frosty get smaller? ›

Commenters from all over jumped in to confirm that, yes, Frosty sizes are shrinking right before our very eyes.

What happened to the vanilla Frosty? ›

In late May, Wendy's added the Strawberry Frosty to its menu. To do that, the chain had to get rid of the Vanilla Frosty because most Wendy's locations only have two Frosty machines. This is a relatively new problem for Wendy's because for most of its existence, from 1969 through 2006 it only sold Chocolate Frostys.

Is there a vanilla Frosty? ›

Wendy's Signature dessert - cool, creamy and refreshing - thick enough to use a spoon, smooth enough to use a straw.

Can dogs have Wendy's vanilla Frosty? ›

Is Vanilla Ice Cream Good For Dogs? While it's true that there is no harm in giving dogs who are not lactose-intolerant a bite or two of ice cream on special occassions, vanilla ice cream isn't exactly good for dogs. In fact, the sugar in ice cream can not only make your dog sick, it can be downright life-threatening.

Are Frosty's healthier than ice cream? ›

Still, one ice cream stands out as the least unhealthy. “The winner of the group is Wendy's Chocolate Frosty,” Patel says. “It has 0 grams of trans fatty acid, is the lowest in all other categories and is made with natural vanilla flavor.”

What is mcdonalds ice cream made out of? ›

Ingredients: Milk, Sugar, Cream, Corn Syrup, Natural Flavor, Mono And Diglycerides, Cellulose Gum, Guar Gum, Carrageenan, Vitamin A Palmitate. Contains: Milk.

What is Wendy's strawberry Frosty made of? ›

Wendy's Strawberry Frosty features vanilla Frosty base mixed with strawberry syrup (a mix of mostly sugar, strawberry puree, and water).

Can you drink a Frosty with a straw? ›

No matter how hard you try, it is impossible to drink a Frosty with a straw… you must use a spoon! Spooners rejoice!

How much did the original Frosty cost? ›

Wendy's Frosty

When Wendy's first opened in 1969, a Frosty cost 35 cents. More than 50 years later, a small Classic Frosty is just 99 cents.

Do Frosty's have lactose? ›

Wendy's doesn't offer a wide selection of dessert items, but most of them contain dairy. One treat that is okay for lactose-intolerant sweet tooths is their sugar cookie. The only dairy item it contains is butter, which has nearly untraceable amounts of lactose. Sorry, Wendy's frosties are not dairy free.

How much sugar is in a Wendy's Frosty? ›

A medium vanilla Frosty contains roughly 450 calories, while a chocolate Frosty has about 470. Both flavors contain over 200 mg of sodium and 60 grams of sugar.

Can you freeze a Frosty? ›

This Wendy's Frosty is best when you first make it. You do not want to store this in the refrigerator as it will melt. It does freeze nice but since it is more of an icy consistency it will melt faster than your regular ice cream.

Is Wendy's Frosty vegan? ›

The short answer here is, no, the Frostys at Wendy's are not vegan. Literally, the first ingredient in a Frosty is milk. There's also Nonfat Dry Milk in a Frosty as well.

What is the most popular Frosty flavor? ›

Behold, the Wendy's Frosty. It's one of the most well known incarnations of the milk shake in the United States today. The most popular flavor is chocolate and only recently did Wendy's offer up the vanilla Frosty, which to those who've had both, is just not the same.

Does Wendy's have a pink Frosty? ›

Wendy's describes the sweet pink treat as "creamy, delectable texture Frosty fans know and love." The Strawberry Frosty temporarily takes the place of Vanilla Frosty on menus nationwide. Vanilla, which was released in 2006, was only the second flavor since the original Chocolate Frosty launched in 1969.

Will Wendy's mix Frosty flavors? ›

It's a notable shift for Wendy's, which doesn't mix up its Frosty flavors as nearly as often as McDonald's (MCD) does with its McFlurry lineup.

Does Wendy's have Oreo Frosty? ›

The new Frosty creations are offered in three varieties: Chocolate Lovers, with chocolate Frosty, Oreo cookie pieces and Ghirardelli chocolate sauce, Marshmallow Charms, with vanilla Frosty, Ghirardelli caramel sauce and Lucky Charms marshmallows, and the Classic Strawberry, with vanilla Frosty, sprinkles and ...

Is strawberry Frosty limited? ›

Published June 7, 2022 • Updated on June 7, 2022 at 5:21 am. Wendy's is introducing a strawberry frosty for a limited time. Wendy's is sweetening up its menu this summer with the addition of a strawberry-flavored Frosty.

What does Wendy's strawberry Frosty taste like? ›

It's a frosty that tastes like strawberry milk. It's sweet and delicious and refreshing enough to keep you wanting more. I want to get some fries dipped into this thing. I feel like Wendy's doesn't get enough credit for basically making a new form of ice cream.

Are frostys unhealthy? ›

Though a Wendy's Frosty is undoubtedly delicious, they're also loaded with calories, sugar, and fat... A small Chocolate Frosty from Wendy's has about 340 calories, according to the chain's website.

Does Wendy's butter their buns? ›

The nutrition information table on the Wendy's web site should now be fully updated to reflect the new menu. The buttered buns are NOW being used on BOTH their premium burgers AND premium sandwiches (including chicken)!

How much sugar is in a Wendy's strawberry Frosty? ›

Wendy's Strawberry Frosty Small Nutrition Facts
Serving Size1 Frosty
Total Carbohydrates61g20%
Dietary Fiber0g0%
Sugars52g
Protein8g16%
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Is there milk in Wendy's Frosty? ›

The Frosty mix consists of milk, cream, sugar, and cocoa, among other ingredients too. Even though Wendy's lists these ingredients on their website, it is hard to find a good copycat recipe—although that doesn't stop food bloggers and Frosty fans alike from trying.

Who invented the Frosty? ›

Created by Wendy's founder Dave Thomas, the original chocolate Frosty was one of five products on Wendy's menu in 1969. “We're a company dedicated to fast food done right,” Wendy's said.

Why did Wendy's go to plastic cups? ›

Wendy's says the move is part of a plan to keep 10 million pounds of waste out of landfills over the next two years. Wendy's is collaborating with packaging company Berry Global and plastics and chemical company LyondellBasell to develop the cups.

Do Frosties have caffeine? ›

Caffeine free. Pure cane sugar. Frostie - Since 1939.

Are Frosty Ccinos good? ›

It's safe to say Wendy's Frosty-ccino is an overall not-that-terrible-for-you iced coffee treat for those days when you really just need a little something extra to get you feeling ready to take on the day. Just be sure to make this a sometimes treat, and not an everyday drink, and you'll be golden.

Is Wendy's discontinuing vanilla Frosty? ›

Wendy's replaces its beloved vanilla Frosty with a new strawberry flavor. Published: Jun. 10, 2022, 1:04 p.m.

Is Wendy's getting a strawberry Frosty? ›

Wendy's Strawberry Frosty merges the same creamy, delectable profile you know and love in a classic Vanilla Frosty with the sweet flavor profile of a freshly picked strawberry.

Is Wendy's bringing back the vanilla Frosty? ›

Summer's most iconic frozen treat now comes in rich, creamy Strawberry. It's everything you've been dreaming of. And for our die-hard Vanilla Frosty loyalists, don't worry! It'll be back after the summer, feeling refreshed from the holiday, and ready to serve.

Can you get a swirl Frosty at Wendy's? ›

A vanilla flavoured dessert topped with a drizzle of strawberry syrup. Try today with either the Vanilla or Chocolate Frosty® and even better when paired with a fry.

Does Wendy's have a strawberry Frosty 2022? ›

Here's my review. Published: Jun. 09, 2022, 7:30 p.m.

Is Wendy's strawberry Frosty any good? ›

Overall, Wendy's Strawberry Frosty is not a hit, but it's also not a dud. It's a “decent strawberry shake.” There's a place on the menu for a decent strawberry shake. In fact, I think Wendy's should bring Vanilla back so people can order a Neapolitan-style mix.

What is a dairy Queen pup Cup? ›

Dairy Queen's “Pup Cup” is a small serving of vanilla soft-serve ice cream with a dog biscuit on top. It's not listed on the menu because the ice cream isn't made for dogs, so advertising it that way can be a liability if it makes a dog sick.

Is watermelon OK for dogs? ›

Only give your dog seedless watermelon or pieces of watermelon from which you've removed all of the seeds. Scoop out the fruit with a melon baller or cut it into small bites, being careful to remove any part of the rind.

Can dogs eat bacon? ›

Should Dogs Eat Bacon? As with any food, it's all about moderation. Giving your dog small amounts of cooked bacon infrequently should not cause harm, but there are much healthier human food alternatives. Just because a food isn't acutely toxic to a dog, doesn't mean they should indulge in it.

Is Wendy's Frosty dairy free? ›

Wendy's doesn't offer a wide selection of dessert items, but most of them contain dairy. One treat that is okay for lactose-intolerant sweet tooths is their sugar cookie. The only dairy item it contains is butter, which has nearly untraceable amounts of lactose. Sorry, Wendy's frosties are not dairy free.

What are the ingredients in a strawberry Frosty? ›

Wendy's Strawberry Frosty features vanilla Frosty base mixed with strawberry syrup (a mix of mostly sugar, strawberry puree, and water).

Is a Frosty vegan? ›

The short answer here is, no, the Frostys at Wendy's are not vegan. Literally, the first ingredient in a Frosty is milk. There's also Nonfat Dry Milk in a Frosty as well.

Is Wendy's ice cream Frosty? ›

The Frosty is Wendy's quintessential malt treat: the best part of ice cream and milkshakes, combined into one perfect dessert. Frostys are light but thick, cold and creamy, and there's nothing quite like them at any other fast food place.

Are Frosty's healthier than ice cream? ›

Still, one ice cream stands out as the least unhealthy. “The winner of the group is Wendy's Chocolate Frosty,” Patel says. “It has 0 grams of trans fatty acid, is the lowest in all other categories and is made with natural vanilla flavor.”

What's the difference between a Frosty and a milkshake? ›

A milkshake can be drank through a straw without letting it melt some first. A Frosty is either too thick or too frozen to eat with a straw right away, and you need a spoon until it reaches that meltier consistency.

Did Wendy's change their Frosty recipe? ›

Frostys have been a Wendy's staple for over 50 years, and it's the secret vanilla-chocolate combo that sets their taste apart from the competitors. Wendy's Vice President David Lynch said that the recipe has stayed pretty much the same since the Frosty was released, and it's never going to majorly change.

What flavor Frosty does Wendy's have? ›

However, the entrance of the Strawberry Frosty comes at a cost. John Li, Vice President of Culinary Innovation, said that the Frosty machines at Wendy's locations are set up to handle just two flavors, the familiar vanilla and chocolate.

Is the Wendy's strawberry Frosty limited time? ›

And, now, if you love the Strawberry Frosty the same thing will start to happen. The frozen treat may start disappearing soon which, of course, will delight fans of the Vanilla Frosty eager for its return. Wendy's always made it clear that the Strawberry Frosty was a limited-time offer.

What does Wendy's strawberry Frosty taste like? ›

It's a frosty that tastes like strawberry milk. It's sweet and delicious and refreshing enough to keep you wanting more. I want to get some fries dipped into this thing. I feel like Wendy's doesn't get enough credit for basically making a new form of ice cream.

What makes a Frosty a Frosty? ›

So started a frosting took ice cream mix. Half chocolate half an hour and that's how we come up with

Can Vegans eat Wendy's fries? ›

Yes, Wendy's fries are vegan! They are made without any animal products. Just note that they are fried in the same oil as Wendy's other food, which makes it a no-go for some vegans.

Is Wendy's Frosty healthy? ›

(Some of you might think it sounds weird but it is quite delicious.) But a Wendy's Frosty is definitely not healthy and is definitely not Paleo or Clean Eating. I have come up with a far better solution - a copycat recipe that encompasses the flavor of the Frosty without all the bad ingredients that come with it.

Why are Wendy's Frosties so good? ›

They're actually made with milk

In fact, most Wendy's press releases regarding the Frosty actually boast about the sweet treats being "made with quality ingredients — like fresh milk, rich cream and cocoa," contributing to what makes them so creamy and so good.

What is mcdonalds ice cream made out of? ›

Ingredients: Milk, Sugar, Cream, Corn Syrup, Natural Flavor, Mono And Diglycerides, Cellulose Gum, Guar Gum, Carrageenan, Vitamin A Palmitate. Contains: Milk.

Can you drink a Frosty? ›

So when you order a frosty just request that it be placed in the next size larger cup alternately

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