Below are the nutrition facts and calories in Wendy’s Frosty. Here you can review nutritional information for popular flavors such as Vanilla and Chocolate.
As a matter of fact, Vanilla and Chocolate frosties are the only ones available at this time. At one point, the chain also offered a Strawberry frosty, but apparently it didn’t perform well, so they took it off the menu a long time ago.
The Frosty, created by Wendy’s Founder Dave Thomas in 1969, and one of the original five products on the chain’s menu, is still one of the top 10 favorite desserts in the U.S.
But since it’s a cross between a milk shake and soft-serve ice cream, expect it to contain the same amount of calories as a regular milkshake.
Wendy’s Frosty is also available in several sizes such as Junior, Small, Medium, and Large. The smaller the size, the fewer the calories. So try to go with the Junior if you’re currently on a diet.
Calories in Wendy’s Frosty
The Frosty is available in different sizes and flavors. From Junior to Large, below are the nutrition facts for all currently available frosties.
Different sizes, different flavors. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Wendy’s Small Frosty Calories
Small frosties are available in two different flavors, Classic Chocolate and Vanilla.
There are 350 calories in a Small Classic Chocolate Frosty and 340 calories in a Small Vanilla serving.
Apart from having fewer calories, the Vanilla Frosty also has fewer carbs. But it has the same amount of fat and less protein than a Classic Chocolate.
For more detailed information check out the table below.
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Jr. Frosty Nutrition Facts
Junior frosties are the healthiest. They contain fewer calories, less sodium, and less fat.
There are 190 calories in a Jr. Vanilla Frosty, while a Jr. Classic Chocolate Frosty contains 200 calories. The calorie difference between these two options is minimal, so you couldn’t go wrong with either one.
For more nutritional details see table below.
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Medium Frosty Nutrition
A medium Classic Chocolate Frosty contains 470 calories, of those 110 are fat calories. On the other hand, a Medium Vanilla Frosty contains 450 calories, but it has the same amount of fat calories as a medium classic chocolate frosty.
Both flavors contain the same amount of sodium, 210mg, but the medium Classic Chocolate contains a bit more sugar. Classic Chocolate frosties also have more carbs, in this case the difference is 4 grams.
See the table below for details.
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Wendy’s Large Frosty Calories
Large frosties are also available in two flavors: Classic Chocolate and Vanilla. A large Classic Chocolate Frosty has 590 calories, while the large Vanilla option contains 570 calories.
Despite having more protein, large Classic Chocolate frosties also have more carbs and sugar. So if you’re following a low-carb diet, the Vanilla Frosty is probably the way to go.
If you only care about fat content, then there’s nothing to worry about, because they both have the same amount of fat calories: 130.
Take a look at the table below to get a detailed nutritional breakdown.
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Allergens in a Wendy’s Frosty
Frosties contain two known allergens: Milk and Soy.
If you’re allergic to milk and soy, you should avoid this product at all costs.
Ingredients in Chocolate Classic Frosty
Milk, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Cream, Whey, Nonfat Dry Milk, Cocoa (Processed With Alkali), Guar Gum, Mono And Diglycerides, Cellulose Gum, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Carrageenan, Calcium Sulfate, Sodium Citrate, Dextrose, Vitamin A Palmitate.
Ingredients in Vanilla Frosty
Milk, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Cream, Nonfat Dry Milk, Whey, Contains Less than 1% of Guar Gum, Mono and Diglycerides, Cellulose Gum, Carrageenan, Calcium Sulfate, Sodium Citrate, Natural Flavor, Molasses, Annatto Extract (Color), Vitamin A Palmitate.
As you probably noticed, the ingredients in a Vanilla Frosty are practically the same as the ingredients in a Classic Chocolate Frosty. One of the few key differences is that one is made with Cocoa and the other one is not.
Ingredients and Nutrition Information Source: Wendys.com