41 Reviews

I think this drink is yummy! Made as written but with mexican vanilla. It took quite some time to get all the ice crushed up, but that's the trick to getting a nice frothy drink. Next time I will also freeze it. Now that I've just finished it, I want another! Thanks KelBel for a great drink! Made in honor of Eric, 2009.

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PrimQuilter January 29, 2009

I have tried this as writeen, loved it. Tried it with Chocolate fudge flavor and thought too chocolately. Tonight I am cheating a little and trying Coconut cream Jello pudding - it was a tad bland. I bet with pineapple it would be great. But I did add a spoonful of chocolate syrup and it tastes like an Almond Joy. Its not totally diet, but its better than eatting a Almond Joy or two ;-)

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mymainefamily January 23, 2009

This recipe is wonderful. I made it today and couldn't believe how much it does taste like a frosty. I did leave mine in the freezer for 30 minutes. Thanks kelbel for a recipe that I can make anytime when I want a frosty. Will definately make again. Made for the cookathon for KelBel

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faith58 January 20, 2009

Yummy, Yummy, Yummy! When you are on the Weight Watchers Core plan this is a perfect dessert. I thought it tasted like a thinner version of a Brahms Chocolate Shake. It was great for being on a diet, and good any other time (though I wish I could have the real thing).

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Tara from Missouri December 02, 2008

I made the strawberry version. I ended up using about 2 cups of strawberries to get the thickness I wanted and I subbed almond extract for vanilla. It was very good - we will be trying it with the chocolate next time.

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Mysterygirl September 20, 2008

I thought this was pretty good, but I don´t think it really resembles a Frosty much in taste. I used SF/FF Chocolate fudge pudding as others suggested--and I really thought it just sort of tasted like frozen pudding. Which is not bad of course, just not all that similar. Thanks for sharing though.

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AndreaVT96 September 01, 2008

This is pretty good! I think 3-4 minutes was too long for my blender, as it made mine completely liquid. I froze for about 20 minutes after but it was still pretty liquid. No biggie...it was cold and chocolate on a 95 degree day...who's complaining! I used 1/2 c milk and 1/2 c coffee to make this more of a "mocha" frosty, and it was definitely yummy! Thanks for posting!

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smellyvegetarian August 05, 2008

Hits the spot when I want a frosty chocolate treat! A new favorite when I'm watching calories. I also used chocolate fudge pudding mix and less vanilla.

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BRENBURY June 09, 2008

Tasty! I will use less ice cubes next time and will add a drop of coconut extract. thank you!

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MommaEllen May 21, 2008

Soooo good! My picky boyfriend even loved it. Thanks for sharing. This will be a great treat for me on the core program.

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Lilies_503 April 26, 2008
Wendy's Frosty Copycat - 4 Ww Points