Wendy's Baked Potato Toppings

1 can cream of celery soup
1 jar Cheez Whiz - (8 oz)
1 tablespoon dry minced onion
1 package frozen chopped broccoli - (10 oz) -- cooked, drained

1 can chili-beef soup
Cheddar cheese -- shredded

2 tablespoons mayonnaise
8 ounces onion chip dip
8 ounces sour cream chives
2 tablespoons dry minced chives

1 pound ground round
2 tablespoons oil
1 package dry onion soup mix
1 teaspoon paprika
8 ounces sour cream

Cooking Directions:
Broccoli and Cheese Topping: In top of double boiler combine soup, Cheez Whiz, and minced onion, stirring until smooth. Stir broccoli into cheese sauce. Spoon over baked potatoes. Refrigerate leftover sauce to use within a week or freeze to use within 6 months.

Chili and Cheese Topping: Warm soup until piping hot. Spoon over baked potatoes and top with cheese.

Sour Cream and Chives Topping: Stir together mayonnaise, onion chip dip and sour cream. Fold in minced chives and spoon over baked potatoes.

Ground Beef Topping: Brown beef in oil, crumbling beef with a fork until all pink disappears. Add onion soup. Remove from heat and stir in paprika and sour cream. Spoon over baked potatoes.


Anonymous said...

Wendy's cheese sauce is made from a dry powdered mix... keep it simple and do the same.

Sour cream and chives is just that... plain old sour cream and dry chives. Butter is optional.

(Tips from a former Wendy's Supervisor.)

Anonymous said...

Where would u buy this mix? All the ones I've tried taste nothing like it!

Orchid Ra said...

Same question, I have loved the cheese sauce since a child, as it's the same as Tastee Freeze had for their cheese fries. Want to buy in BULK so I can have crinkle fries baked at home with it. WHERE DO I FIND THIS SAUCE? Cheese wiz is FAR from the flavor of Wendy's cheese sauce.

April Sechrist said...

What is the powder mix and where can I get it?

Ashclepdia said...

and don't give me that "follow the recipe" crap, like McDonald's says about how coca cola tastes better at THEIR restaurants vs anywhere else.
anyone can follow a recipe, and i can tweak and change it to try to get closer,
but MAYBE the "secret ingredient" is just, *not preparing it YOURSELF*
everything tastes better when someone ELSE makes it....

Anonymous said...

I'm with ya
but i can't HONESTLY say I've TRIED to recreate it. i think we just all KNOW, we wont make the same, only similar, and similar is OK, just gotta get used to it...