Homemade Chocolate Frosty

A while back I came across this awesome blog called Trains and Tutus  and when looking through their recipes I found one for 3 ingredient Homemade Chocolate Ice Cream. 

I love easy recipes and my family loves to make Homemade Ice cream when it's warm so we decided to give this a try.  To our surprise what was supposed to taste like Chocolate Ice Cream tasted very much like a Wendy's Chocolate Frosty.  Yummy! 

I asked the blog owner if I could share her recipe with my readers and she has graciously allowed me to. 

 Original Recipe
1 - 8 ounce container of cool whip
1 can sweetened condensed milk
chocolate milk - approx. 1/2 gallon
(We added in 3 generous squirts of chocolate syrup the second time we made it to give it a little more chocolate goodness.)  
Mix all of the above ingredients together and add into your ice cream maker and follow the instructions that come with it for the proper salt/ice mixture.
Next time we are going to try making a vanilla version of this because my youngest son prefers it over the chocolate.  I will share our vanilla recipe with you soon.


  1. Replies
    1. Marilyn, It really is so easy and so good. We have made it several times and I find if you like it to have more of a chocolate taste just add as much syrup as you want.

  2. My hubby makes this too (in fact he made some yesterday) and it's amazing how much it really does taste like a frosty. It's so yummy!

    Hubby uses lowfat chocolate milk and lowfat whipped cream and honestly you can't tell the difference!

  3. um...my family might be in love with you! We love frosty's! :)

    Found you at Tumbleweed Contessa

  4. Ugh...you awesome dessert making ladies need to stop tempting me with all this goodness!
    I just got a new ice cream maker...might have to christen it with this recipe. :)

  5. I love Wendy's Frosty. Thanks for sharing this idea at What'd You Do This Weekend. Best wishes for tasty dishes this week! Linda


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