Wendy's Frosty

Wendy's Frosty

Most fast food joints have burgers and fries, but only Wendy's has the frosty. Make this copycat recipe either as a dessert or a dip for fries. Copycat recipes let you enjoy classic restaurant recipes without ever leaving your home.


This recipe was featured in 30 Frozen Desserts to Satisfy your Sweet Tooth.  Check out the 29 other awesome frozen desserts featured in the article for some great dessert recipes!


  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup Nestle Quik
  • 4 cups vanilla ice cream, softened


  1. Blend milk and Nestle's Quik for 10 seconds on high speed of blender.
  2. Pulse in the ice cream until barely mixed. Mixture should be very thick.
  3. Freeze for at least an hour before serving.

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I do love a good Wendy's frosty, but when you live in the middle of nowhere like I do, it's not always feasible to stop and get one when a craving hits! This recipe is so easy and delicious! It's so simple that my nephews love to make them when they come over. I always try to keep a container of Nesquick in my cupboar for this exact reason. I do find that I like to add just a touch more of the Nesquick powder for a bit more flavour. Super yummy! You won't be disappointed.

I love, love, love Wendys frosty soooo much! I definitely will make this frosty. I dont have Nesquik but I found a recipe for Nesquik powder copycat. It just need cocoa powder (that recipe used Hersheys), sugar and a pinch of salt. And I read in the comment that someone use Ovaltine instead of Nesquik. So I think any brand of cocoa powder will work? Doesnt have to be Nesquik, right?

I'm happy to see all the satisfied people who made this and really liked it. I think the idea of using a mix of chocolate and vanilla ice cream plus the Nesquick (or Ovaltine...is that still around?) would really closely approximate the taste of the Frosty that my wife and I both love.

My husband made these for all of us last night. We had all the ingredients on hand, and he was really excited to try a homemade frosty. These were actually really close, only better. He did add a touch more of the Nesquik than the recipe call for. They were very easy for him to make, and we still have some leftovers in the freezer. This is a super easy, and delicious treat.

My family Loves Wendy's frosty's . this recipe is so much better then the crap wendy's currently serves . ( i do however tend to use 3 scoops vanilla ice cream and 1 scoop chocolate and use 1/4 nesquik )

instead of Nestles Quik I use chocolate Ovatine - read another site that said this is the one to use and it make it VERY close to taste - REALLY GOOD

Dip for fries? I thought I was the only one who did that!

This is very close to a frosty-my family loves them.

How much ice cream would it take for a single 8 oz glass?

I would use 1/4 cup milk , one scoop ice cream , and a table spoon of nes quik . That should be just enough

Sorry, but this tastes better than the stuff Wendy's currently serves.

sarahskerrett 6193199: I'm glad you're happy with this recipe. If you've tried it, let us know how it turns out. Also, if you're looking for more copycat recipes, check out our sister site, AllFreeCopycatRecipes.com. Thanks! Blair, editor for RecipeLion.com

I LOVE Frosty's but always thought it was some sort of secret recipe that I could never duplicate in the kitchen :) So glad this is included among the copycat recipes.

I have not tried this recipe, but I have one that is just like Wendy's Frosty. Mix 1/2 gallon chocolate milk, 1 can of condensed milk and 8 oz. container of cool whip. Pour into electric ice cream freeze and turn until hard. Any left over freeze well for another day. Easy and great.

this is a good reciepe but i would like to have the reciepe for the vanilla frosty

thanks for this recepie i love wendys frostys too

I will try this. I love Wendy's Frostys. Thanks


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