Guilt-Free Wendy's Style Frosty


Guilt-Free Wendy's Style Frosty

Do you love Wendy's, but hate the fat and calories associated with fast food? Then you must give this healthy copycat recipe a try. Guilt-Free Wendy's Style Frosty has all the same flavors as the original version, but is way healthier for you. With only three ingredients and almost no skill required, this recipe is a no-brainer for anyone with a sweet tooth. It is the perfect swap-out for ice cream and can satisfy any craving for chocolate. This frozen treat is an excellent way to refresh yourself on a warm, sunny afternoon.

Chilling Time1 hr


  • 1 cup skim milk
  • 1/2 cup Nesquik chocolate powder, no sugar added
  • 4 cups vanilla frozen yogurt, softened


  1. Blend skim milk and Nesquik in a blender for ten seconds on the highest setting.
  2. Pulse in frozen yogurt until mixture is combined, but still very thick.
  3. Freeze for an hour or more before serving.

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I LOVE frostys but the nearest Wendy's is still a bit of a drive for me. This should help with some late-night cravings. )

If only I had realized long ago how quick and easy it would be to make a healthier version of a Wendy's Frosty at home, I could have saved myself many trips to the drive-through. This simple recipe really takes almost no time to make, and it tastes just as good as the real thing! Count me in. =)

This was delicious! I couldn't even tell it was a healthier version. You could have fooled me!

Oh my god this is an EXACT copycat! I took one bite and couldn't believe that it came out of my kitchen and not a Wendy's drive-thru window. I LOVE this recipe.

the Wendy recipe you have given us on 08/13/2014 still does not have the nutrition value It has been since 2011 that you have been trying to give us this information. Not doing a great job at this as by now you should be able to put on the recipes you are given us.

I love Wendy's Frostys. That is why I checked this out. This may not be exactly right but this is my findings. Also used 2% milk instead of skim. 1 cup 2%milk 1 cup Cal 130 Fat 5 Carb 13-from milk carton cup Nesquik chocolate powder cup Cal 240 Fat 2.0 Carb 56 - from Nesquik Can (8 tbls) 4 cups frozen yogurt 4 cups Cal 884 Fat 24 Carb 152-from Total for 5 cups 1254 31 171 1 cup serving 250 6.2 34 Small Frosty Small(1 cup??) 300 5.0 490-from

Hi sewbeeit - Thanks for your message. We realize that nutritional information is important for many people and we are in the process of adding this to our recipes. As we have literally thousands of recipes on our site, however, this is a long process and we appreciate your patience during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience. -Editors of FaveHealthyRecipes

How many servings? There are recipe calculators on the internet, but the number of servings are needed.

When the recipe calls for 4 cups frozen yogurt, where do I find this in the store ? Do I buy the yogurt and freeze it or does it already come frozen ??

In your grocer's freezer section there will be frozen yogurt. Store brands as well as name brands.

Hello tanisusa, I understand the importance of this information. Unfortunately sometimes where we get our recipes from and some that are reader submitted don't always have the nutritional information. I can tell you we are working on getting a nutrition calculator implemented as soon as possible. We hope to roll that out this summer. Please stay tuned on this. Thank you for your feedback.

Please supply counts on calories, sugar, fat, etc. This information is needed to determine whether it really is a guilt-free (or even acceptable to my dietary intake) recipe or not.


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