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Posted August 13th, 2012 | 4:16pm by Ryan
Frosty Waffle Cones have been spotted in Portland, Oregon. Priced at $1.49. Are cones long overdue for the Wendy’s Frosty? Thanks Rachel for the pic.
Categories: Food News Tags: Frosty Waffle Cones, Waffle Cone Frosty Wendy’s, Wendy’s Frosty Waffle Cones
Could possibly be the greatest idea ever…Im addicted and have been for a few years to mcdonalds cones
We’ve had them here in WI for about a month now. About what you’d expect as far as taste.
I hit up my local Wendy’s for lunch today to try the “Cousin of Baconator” idea that a fellow reader presented in the comments section of the “Son of Baconator” review. Sadly I didn’t see these on our local menu, or I would have tried one. I love waffle cones!!!
Eat em fast… frosties seem to melt quick
Is this a specially frozen frosty or just normal? Seems like this would get really runny and melty pretty quick.
Just regular old soft serve Frosty!
call me when it is a pretzel cone.
That ice cream looks sad. I wish they twirled it high! Might not be worth $1.49.
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Was. Good but they. Gotta make sure thier frosts r thick some stores frosty don’t be thick enough
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