Planning a Frozen party? Check out these simple Frozen party food ideas that will really help your party come together – from healthy snacks and cookie decorating to something you can whip up in five minutes.
We’ve also thrown in a free printable to help you make your very own build a snowman kit – a brilliant party bag filler if we do say so ourselves!
Not carrot sticks… Olaf noses!
Okay, so we’ve taken some artistic licence with this first one but carrot sticks make a great addition to any Frozen party as you can pretend they’re Olaf noses!
Dip them in something yummy like houmous or cottage cheese and they’ll make a great healthy party snack.
(You can find more ideas for healthy snacks in our party food section here).
‘Do you want to build a snowman?’ kit
Next up is our edible ‘do you want to build a snowman?’ kit (we’re already assuming the soundtrack is playing at full blast at your Frozen party!) and this makes a great little novelty gift for your guests.
You could even use it as a party bag filler – there are loads of small Frozen-themed gifts around but this one has a nice homemade touch. Plus it doesn’t take too long to make.
Here’s what we put in ours:
- 3 marshmallows
- 1 matchmaker broken in half to make the snowman’s arms
- 1 orange jelly bean for the nose
- A handful of chocolate chips for his buttons
Not popcorn… snowballs!
We used a bit more artistic licence here (okay, a lot!) but not all your party food has to take ages to prepare. Chuck a load of popcorn in a light blue bowl and not only will it fit the colour scheme for a Frozen party but it’s always a hit with kids as they can just grab a handful and go!
Melted snowman cookies
Finally, here’s the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me of our Frozen party food ideas – melted snowman cookies! Get the kids on hand to help and if you’re looking for creative party activities, this could be one!
Here’s how to make them:
1. Mix water and icing sugar with water to make some icing (just adding a teaspoon at a time helps you find the right consistency).
2. Cut the bottom of your marshmallows of to make them look a bit misshapen (or ‘melted’) and put them on your iced biscuits while the icing is still wet.
3. Draw on the melted snowman’s arms, face and buttons with some coloured writing icing – you can get hold of some here.
4. Cut an orange jelly bean in half and stick it on top of the marshmallow with a bit of icing (this bit’s quite fiddly but it works!)
5. Serve on a blue plate that matches your Frozen party theme!
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