Frozen Themed Party Food: from Kristoff’s ice jello, to Olaff’s nose carrots, and snowflake sandwiches, to Anna’s frozen heart chocolate dipped strawberries, and make your own snowman donuts. Easy, cute, Frozen party food kids will actually eat.
Yesterday I shared some of the great activities my friend Heather planned for her daughter Tara’s Frozen themed birthday party. Today, it’s the Frozen party food! You know how we love a good theme around here, and the theme food for this party was so, so adorable.
You’re going to want to use these ideas if you have a Frozen party in the works, not just because they are so sweet, but also they’re pretty do-able, and the kids will actually eat them. 😉
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After the messy activities were finished on the dining table, Heather sent the kids up to their upstairs living room for the cup stacking ice castle building game -read all about the activities here, and set the table with all the delicious food. A quick tip, she layered the table cloths so she could take off the top one from crafting and this one was underneath nice and clean.
Frozen Party Food Themed Snacks
- Kristoff’s Ice -blue jello
- Sven’s Treats -mini carrots and dip
- Mixed berries
- Snowflake Crackers and Cheese
- Elsa’s Snowflakes -ham and cheese or peanut butter and jam sandwiches cut with a snowflake cookie cutter
Everything was so cute, love “Kristoff’s Ice”, yummy blue jello with snowflake sprinkles, and a snowflake toothpick from the dollar store.
There were also little carrots and dip, called “Sven’s Treats” -remember how Sven kept trying to eat Olaf’s nose at the beginning of the movie? Individual dips are always a great idea for a party, especially with little ones, no double dipping.
Even mixed berries seem extra special in their little Frozen cupcake liners.
Crackers and cheese were made extra special by cutting out the cheese with a snowflake cookie cutter, and using snowflake crackers.
“Elsa’s Snowflakes” were snowflake shaped sandwiches of peanut butter and jam, ham and cheese, and cream cheese cut out with a snowflake cookie cutter.
Frozen Party Food Themed Desserts
- Wanna Build A Snowman Donuts
- Snowflake Rice Krispie Treat Lollipops
- Anna’s Frozen Heart strawberries dipped in white chocolate
- Snowflake Sugar Cookies
I loved the “Wanna Build A Snowman?” donuts. They were just regular powdered donuts, with some chocolate chips and orange candies to design your own little edible snowman.
These were the rice krispie treats that made for the party, see how I made them here.
I loved the “Anna’s Frozen Heart”, strawberries dipped in white chocolate. Such a sweet detail from the movie.
My favourite treat at the party were these pretty and oh so yummy snowflake sugar cookies.
Frozen Party Food Themed Drinks
- Some people are worth melting for water
- blue punch with vanilla ice cream
There was a drink table at the side with a punch of blue lemonade, with the option of a scoop of vanilla ice cream, to make it very snowy!
There was also water, with a “Some People Are Worth Melting For” labels. So cute.
Everything was so sweet, and perfectly child sized and kid friendly.
And for the birthday cake, what could be more perfect for the Frozen theme than ice cream cake!
Frozen Themed Loot Bags
- Do you wanna build a snowman marshmallow kits
- ice cream gift card
After the party we were sent home with the sweetest loot bags.
When we got home we saw our $5 Menchie’s gift cards “For A Frozen Treat”, and our snowman building kits.
Inside the snowman kits were large marshmallows, small marshmallows, pretzel sticks, M&M’s, candy eyes, orange Mike and Ike’s, and two sizes of chocolate chips. In the container is some icing “glue”. So much fun!
We had so much fun playing, eating and celebrating with our friends.
With a Frozen Themed Party Food, life really is a party!