11 of the Best Frozen Party Food Ideas for a Cool Time

Jill Holtz

February 2, 2015

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Got a Frozen fanatic in your house with a birthday coming up? Here are 11 of the Best Frozen Party Food Ideas for a Cool Time guaranteed to make sure you have the easiest to organise Frozen Party ever!

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Frozen Party Food Ideas

#1. Olaf Cheese Strings

Make Olaf Cheese Strings by taking cheese strings and drawing eyes, nose mouth and buttons on with sharpies.

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#2. Snowman Donuts

Do you want to build a snowman….? Set up a decorating station with mini donuts, orange M&Ms and chocolate chips and let them build a snowman.

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#3. Frozen Popcorn Snowballs

These popcorn ‘snowballs’ look delicious and are so easy to make.

#4. Olaf Noses

The simplest idea: Carrot sticks = Olaf Noses!

You could also serve a “snow” dip, e.g. Ranch dressing or a bit of garlic mayo.

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#5. Anna’s Frozen Hearts

Strawberries dipped in chocolate become Anna’s Frozen hearts.

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#6. Sven’s Antlers

Sven’s Antlers are actually mini pretzels!

#7. Elsa’s Frozen Fractal Cookies

Elsa’s Frozen Fractal Sugar Cookies used a sugar cookie dough divided into 4 and tinted with different blues. Pretty and delicious looking!

#8. Melted Olaf

This fun idea for a party snack uses veggie dip at the bottom of a clear shot glass with a baby carrot, pretzel sticks and two olives added. The kids will eventually get why it’s called “Melted Olaf”!

#9. Elsa’s Ice Candy

This ice candy only needs a few simple ingredients and is quick and easy to make.

#10. Olaf in the Water

Make Olaf out of fondant icing and whip up a batch of blue jello. Make sure the jello has started setting and then put a layer of wax paper between the jello and fondant because fondant can melt on contact with water. Finally add pretzel arms.

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#11. Melted Snow

Use the FREE Frozen party printables at Like Mom and Apple Pie to create Melted Snow bottles of water. There’s also a free printable for a Pin the Nose on Olaf game too.

frozen party food ideas

And when the party is over, have fun watching the Let It Go Frozen Mom Version!

Do you have any Frozen party food ideas? Leave a comment below and let us know – we’d love to hear from you!

Frozen party food ideas

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Published On: February 2nd, 2015 / Categories: Food and Recipes, Parties / Last Updated: May 20th, 2021 / Tags: , , /

About the Author: Jill Holtz

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Jill is one of the co-founders of Mykidstime and a mum of 2 girls

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