Tuesday, February 19, 2013

How to Make Homemade Ice Cream ala Wendy's Frosty!

Well, it's not really ice cream. 
It's more like Wendy's Frosty, but believe me,  it sure does taste like the real thing!
Great thing about this is you get to add just the right amount of sugar. Whatever suits you.

Hershey's Chocolate Syrup
Rock Salt
Lots of Ice (1 bag of ice from 7-Eleven will do)

Large plastic ware
Small sized plastic ware enough to fit inside the large one.

Put ice at the bottom of the large plastic ware. 
Sprinkle rock salt all over it, not all of it but just half of 1 cup.
Prepare the ice cream.
Squeeze the entire cream pack on the smaller plastic ware.
Pour the milk just the right amount will do.
Add a few tablespoons of sugar and mix in a little chocolate syrup.
You may adjust the sweetness according to your taste, or add in more syrup if you prefer.
I used a hand mixer to mix everything.
The cream is really hard to mix with the milk, you have to mix it real quick and with a bit of pressure.
I suggest you use a mixer or else you may end up with the whole thing splashed all over you. :)

Transfer back the mixed liquid to the small plastic ware.
As you can see, I positioned it already inside the bigger plastic ware as I poured it. Close the lid on it tightly.
Next is to add in more ice and salt.
Get ready to shake your booty.
Shake shake shake. Chill for a sec, the plastic is extremely cold. Relax. Add more ice. Shake shake shake.
5 to 10 minutes of shaking and you'll see the results. If not satisfied or too tired to shake, chill it in the fridge.

1 Order of Large Chocolate Frosty please!
Thank you very much!
It's sooooooo yum!


  1. I have yet to try to make homemade ice cream, but lately you see a tonne of recipes on blogs! I love that this one doesn't require an actual ice cream maker. Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday, I love the look of yours and look forward to seeing a whole lot more!

    1. Hi Sara, yeah I know that's why I tried doing this since it doesn't require an ice cream maker, and it's so easy. Thanks for visiting and following! Yey! All thanks to SITS girls! :)



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