Homemade Wendy's Frostys


Copycat Wendy's Frosty recipe is low in fat and easy to prepare! It tastes like a lighter chocolate milkshake, but is still very creamy and delicious.

I haven't had Frosty in about 15 years, but it just popped into my head and I had to get one. Except I knew I wouldn't go to Wendy's for one, so I had better make it myself.

This  Wendy's recipe is seriously quick and easy, and you don't need an ice cream maker to achieve that creamy consistency. Simply add 4 ingredients to your blender, whisk, divide between 2 cups, freeze for 30 minutes, and enjoy. Very easy way!

The results are just as good as Wendy's, and the taste and texture are spot on. As a bonus, my version is lower in fat, and while no one should confuse Frostys with healthy food, this version is lighter than the real thing.

I used fat-free types of milkshakes and sweetened condensed milk, low-fat chocolate milk, and cocoa powder has no fat.You can probably preserve your Frosty vegan by using a vegan whipped topping, omitting sweetened condensed milk, and using chocolate almond milk instead.

It's soft, creamy, rich, sweet, and refreshing with a nostalgic charm. I used restraint to not cut the whole batch.

* Ingredients : 

 ° 12 ounces (1 standard tub) shake, kept frozen*
 ° 1/4 cup sweetened condensed milk
 ° 2 tablespoons of natural unsweetened cocoa powder
 ° 1 cup chocolate milk**

* Instructions : 

To the mixer can, add the whipped cream, sweetened condensed milk and cocoa powder, pour the milk over it and mix until smooth and creamy.

Pour mixture into 2 cups and freeze for 30 to 60 minutes, or until desired consistency is reached. Stir well before serving.

The extra portion will stay airtight in the freezer for up to 1 month (cover cups with plastic wrap or place inside a ziplock lock to prevent freezer odors). Leave to reach room temperature for about 30 minutes before serving if frozen solid.

Enjoy !