15 Fantastic Disney Frozen Recipes You Will Love
Today on the blog I am sharing 15 Disney Frozen Recipes. Ever since the movie Frozen came out my daughter Sylvia has loved it. Ahna and Elsa are our favourite characters along with the adorable Olaf. In fact, we have some Disney Bark here on the blog. Bark is fun and easy to make and I hope you enjoy this collection and find something fun you can make with or for your kids.
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15 Disney Frozen Recipes Kids Will Love
So here are some super fun Frozen themed recipes for you to try. Enjoy!
Disney’s Frozen Jolly Rancher Candied Apples
Got some apples and don’t know what to do with it? Why not try this Frozen inspired Jolly Rancher Candied Apples? Kids and kids-alike will surely enjoy this.
Disney Frozen Marshmallow Pops
Frozen has to be one of the most loved Disney movies in this era, so if your kids love Frozen, they will love this marshmallow pops. These pops have the signature color of Frozen.
Disney’s Frozen Blue Pretzel Wand
Having a Frozen themed party? Make sure to add this to your menu, this Disney’s Frozen Blue Pretzel Wands are so easy to make.
Disney’s Frozen Popsicles
Feel refreshed with this Disney’s Frozen Popsicles. These popsicles are so fun to make and very inexpensive!
Disney’s Rice Krispie Snowflakes
If you’re looking for a quick and easy Frozen inspired dessert, here’s Disney’s Rice Krispie Snowflakes. These are shaped in snowflakes and have the Frozen inspired colors rest assured kids will love it.
Craving for something sweet? This Disney’s Frozen Inspired White Chocolate Fudge will surely satisfy your eyes and your cravings.
Frozen Elsa Cupcakes
Don’t let these tasty cupcakes go, this Frozen inspired cupcakes are simple but will surely be a hit in your next party!
Disney’s Frozen Ice Swirl Sugar Cookies
Make your sugar cookies special by trying this Disney’s Frozen Ice Swirl Sugar Cookies. This recipe is easy to make and can be handed out in parties.
Frozen Cake Pops
Kids love rewatching movies that they love so the next time they asked to watch Frozen again, surprise them with these Frozen Cake Pops! These cake pops are basically cake balls covered in a candy coating.
Disney’s Frozen White Chocolate Fudge
Treat your kids with this Disney’s Frozen White Chocolate Fudge, these are fitting for a quick snack or parties. This also doesn’t involve baking so it can be made quickly.
Frozen Funfetti Cupcakes
Who doesn’t love Funfetti cupcakes? Combined with Frozen, these cupcakes will surely put a smile on any kid’s face. Not only they taste delicious, they also look good!
Sven Marshmallow Pops
If you’ve seen Frozen, you must be familiar with Sven, a reindeer and Kristoff’s loyal friend. Add this Sven Marshmallow Pops to your Frozen themed party or hand it out as a treat.
During winter, make this cute Frozen-inspired Snowflake Cupcakes! This will go well with a hot cup of cocoa or eat this alone.
Disney’s Frozen White Chocolate Pretzel Bark
Channel your inner Elsa by freezing or in this case, making these White Chocolate Pretzel Barks. This treat doesn’t involve baking and is so simple to make.
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who specialises in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and taught adults cooking skills. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!
Tiffany Staples says
This is a great round-up! My nieces would LOVE all of this!
Awesome! I’m sure they would!
These are so cute! I’m in love with the snowflake sugar cookies. I tend to go for healthier desserts too, and I think I could make healthy versions of these.
yes. I am sure these can be made healthier too!
April Kitchens says
These treats look fun and yummy. My daughter has never seen frozen, so I’ll make them for myself lol.
Bee Lovewell says
You made all of this? Incredible. What artistry. Seems a shame to eat it though!
Tea - Homeschooling with Tea says
I love this round up. The white chocolate pretzel bark I need to try!!