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I hope you find lots of great ideas here for your parties and celebrations.
I just posted a set of Frozen party food cards (see pic below) to help make things extra easy for you when planning your celebration. They work well with my free set of Frozen party printables, too. I thought it might be helpful to gather ideas for the food cards that are in the pack, so you’d know what party food might work well for each idea. These are all perfect for a Frozen party and yummy, too!
These Frozen lollipops from A Blissful Nest make with colored sugar syrup are just stunning!
Everyday Savvy got creative with a Chex Mix recipe and ended up with this awesome Frozen Snack Mix! This could be really fun for favors, too!
Big Bears Wife created this delightful Frozen style popcorn with elements from Olaf, Elsa and Anna!
The always creative Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons made Olaf marshmallow pops, how fun are these?!
Over at Medium, you can get some ideas for serving the popular Frozen party food, chocolate fondue!
I love these fun melted Olaf treats from Made by a Princess! These could be made with either yogurt or pudding!
This video teaches how to make icy Frozen drinks for the celebration!
A hot cocoa bar is a wonderful way for your guests to warm up at your party.
These Frozen cupcakes from Bubbly Nature Creations with Elsa, Anna and Olaf are so cute!
Midget Momma made these cool Elsa wands using pretzels and melted chocolate!
Living Better Together has a extra fast way to make these pretty cake pops!
Cotton candy flavored meringues from Pink Piccadilly Pastries look delicious!
I love the crushed candy on top of these chocolate dipped Oreos from Kayla Aimee!
A Few Shortcuts made these simple, sparkly Frozen cookies, which look great on a layer of coconut!
Bubbly Nature Creations made Kristoff’s ice blocks from blue jello. So cool!
At Crissy Crafts’ Frozen party she served pretty snowflake pretzels!
Rock candy is so popular for Frozen parties, like these from A Night Owl Blog.
I thought these Rice Krispie snowballs from A Latte Food turned out fantastic!
At Birthday Express, they suggest using donut holes for edible snowballs!
Amy Atlas frosted Rice Krispie treats and added an edible snowflake for these sweets!
Other fun ideas are using Hershey’s Kisses (to melt a frozen heart), Frozen Hearts (strawberries dipped in white chocolate), Olaf Noses (orange Tic Tacs, candy corn or carrots), and Olaf Arms (pretzl sticks).