I LOVE a Frosty from Wendy’s, and I LOVE Pumpkin Pie…why not combine the two! Heaven = this Pumpkin Pie Frosty (Copycat Recipe)!
I don’t know if there was any better treat as a kid than french fries dipped in a Wendy’s Frosty. (Side note: If you haven’t tried that…YOU HAVE TO. Just trust me) Anyway…regular frosties are great…but Autumn baking calls for everything to be made with Pumpkin. So I present to you my new creation of heaven in a glass…AKA the Pumpkin Pie Frosty!! This copycat variation of a classic sweet treat is SO delicious, and so perfect for this cooler weather we are about to experience! (fingers crossed on that part!)I know I’m coming in hot on the fall flavors…but I just couldn’t wait to get started with everything pumpkin season. Fall is my very favorite season. It’s when we got married, when I can finally start wearing cardigans again, and when we can dress Scout up in all kinds of costumes. It’s a great time of year. Help me welcome Autumn the right way by trying these Pumpkin Pie Frosties for yourself!!
I did a lot of researching to find the perfect Frosty recipe. I adapted this winning version from a great site, Seeded at the Table! I love her creative recipes, be sure to check them out!! The secret to this magic copycat recipe is sweetened condensed milk! It makes the shake extra frosty-like. I can’t wait to try it with other flavors!
I’m not sure how this Pumpkin Pie Frosty (Copycat Recipe!) will pair with fries, but I’m excited to find out!
I have a feeling it might be a new tradition!
Recipe adapted and inspired by an awesome and creative site, Seeded at The Table ! Be sure to check out her beautiful recipe!
5 minPrep Time
30 minCook Time
35 minTotal Time
- 7 oz. sweetened condensed milk (half of a can)
- 1 cup pumpkin puree
- 8 oz. tub Cool Whip
- 1 3/4 cup heavy cream
- 3/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- Combine condensed milk, pumpkin, cool whip, and pumpkin pie spice in your ice cream makers frozen bowl. Use a spoon to stir and combine. It doesn't have to be completely combined, but as much as possible.
- Turn on your ice cream maker and pour in the cream as it spins.
- Let it turn for about 30 minutes, or until it is the consistency that you want.
- Top with more pumpkin pie spice or whipped cream as desired!
To make this healthier, you can use low fat cool whip and skim milk in place of the cream. It will be slightly less thick but still good!