Make your child’s Frozen party extra special by preparing Frozen themed party food! Here we share what we did for our little girls’ Frozen themed party. Hopefully you get some ideas and inspiration for your own little Frozen fanatic. Scroll down and find the template for the free printable Frozen food labels we used for the party. We put them on for your convenience so you can print them in your own home.
A sneak peek at the Frozen party table decor…
Frozen Themed Party Food Rundown
We invited both adults and kids for lunch, so our menu was divided into: Party Snacks/Appetizers, Lunch, Dessert and Drinks.
Party Snacks/Appetizers for a Frozen Themed Party
Olaf Pieces – Carrot sticks, Marshmallows and Soy Crisps (or you can use stick pretzels)
Arendelle’s Bakery – Sweet bread from a local bakery. We included this in the menu for the sole reason that my daughter loves them.
Puffed Snowflakes – simply popcorn
Cheesy Snowflakes – snowflake shaped cheese placed on top of crackers. We purchased this 3Pcs/Set Snowflake Fondant Cake Decorating Cutter for less than $3 to create fondant snowflakes for the Frozen themed birthday cake. We then used these same cutters to create the cheesy snowflakes.
Lunch Menu for a Frozen Themed Party
Trolls in Spaghetti Sauce – Meatballs with Spaghetti. Remember when the trolls would be shaped as rocks then transform into trolls? That’s where the inspiration comes from.
Duke of Weselton’s Chicken Dance – Charcoal chicken. We just had to serve chicken. So ok, we may have forced the Frozen theme into this one. But he did dance like a chicken during the Coronation ball 😉
‘Pizza Planet – Oops! Wrong Movie!’. As a party activity, we made the kids create their own pizza. After all, most kids love pizza – especially ones they make on their own! We couldn’t force the Frozen theme into this one, so we thought of adding a bit of humor instead (Pizza Planet is from Disney’s Toy Story).
Dessert Menu for a Frozen Themed Party
This is where we had a lot of fun. The kids helped in creating each Frozen themed dessert. These gave us fun kids activities to do a few days before the party.
Anna inspired Frozen Hearts – Chocolate dipped Strawberries
Elsa’s Snowy Treats – here we put various white desserts, such as Oreo pops, marshmallow pops, White Tim Tam, vanilla wafers and vanilla wafer sticks.
Kristoff’s Ice Cubes – Blue jello which we cut into cubes. Tip: Add 1T. of unflavored gelatin to the blue jello crystals and dissolve both in water. This will make the blue jello firmer, which will help retain the cubed square shapes when cut.
Sven inspired Reindeer Noses – Maltesers had to be on the menu, because our little girls simply loves them.
Drinks for a Frozen Themed Party
Melted Snow – this is simply water 🙂
Winter Warmers – Coffee, Tea or Wine for adults
UnFrozen Coke – just your normal Coke 🙂
If you’d like to recreate this Frozen themed party food menu that we did, click on this link to get these Printable Frozen Food Labels for free. Some food labels are blank in case you want to create your own Frozen inspired food item.
Note: All printables are intended for personal use (you print and use it for your child’s party). Do not download images to sell or reuse as an image of your own.
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