Our home is taken by the Frozen madness and despite the spring weather outside, ice, snow and snowmen reign in our place. That is why, together with my daughters, we prepared Frozen party snacks. The highlight was blue jelly with marshmallow Olaf. In addition, we made blue butter cookies in the shape of snowflakes. The third element was chopped blue jelly imitating ice cubes. If you are planning the Frozen themed party as well try out our ideas for Frozen party snacks.
Marshmallow Olaf on blue jelly
Ingredients for Olaf dessert
- Blue Jelly
- Marshmallows – regular and mini
- Orange jelly beans – for Olaf’s nose
- Chocolate marker or melted chocolate
- Small bowls (at least 8cm in diameter)
Making of Frozen party snacks with marshmallow Olafs
Prepare the jelly according to the instructions on the package, pour into bowls and wait for it to solidify. It is best to lay the snowmen on the jelly already solid, but still sticky, then the marshmallows will stick and the dessert will be more stable. This is especially important if you have to transport it later.
Once you have the jelly ready, start laying Olaf. You need 2 halves of a regular marshmallow for the head and bottom ball and 5 mini marshmallows for the top ball, arms and legs.
In the next step, with a chocolate pen draw buttons, eyes, smile, stick arms and hair.
Then prepare the nose from chopped orange jelly beans. You can stick a jelly nose directly if you cut the jelly bean base or attach with chocolate.
Repeat the creation of Olafs in all bowls with jelly.
Frozen party snacks with marshmallow Olafs are ready to eat.
Frozen party snacks – jelly ice cubes
For this Frozen party snack the job is super simple. All you need is a blue jelly and a flat dish. Prepare the jelly according to the instructions on the packaging and pour into a large dish, so that the height of the jelly is about 1-2cm. After freezing, cut the jelly into cubes, remove from the dish and pour into a bowl. Ready!
Blue snowflake-shaped cookies
- 250g wheat flour
- 150g butter
- 60g xylitol or sugar
- 1 egg
- Blue food coloring
- Snowflake cookies forms
Making of Frozen party cookies
Pour flour, xylitol or sugar and a little blue dye into the bowl. If you have a dye powder, all you need is a little bit taken at the tip of the teaspoon. Mix well to distribute the dye evenly. Then add the egg and chopped cold butter. Make a dough quickly and put in the fridge for a minimum of half an hour.
Set the oven to 200 C.
Now it’s time for children to cut shapes. They can also sprinkle flour on a board and try to roll. The dough should be about half a centimeter thick.
The length of baking depends on the thickness of the biscuits, it should be about 12 minutes for 0.5cm thick cookies. After baking, the color slightly pales. Unfortunately, ours were too scorched, because I forgot about them L
Frozen party snacks are ready, hence I wish you great fun and delicious snacks.
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Nothing gives more satisfaction than doing something yourself. I haven’t even thought about DIY as my hobby, I’ve just done different “projects” when it was needed. Sometimes it’s a disguise for the Masquerade Party in kindergarten. Another time, cutting out the pumpkin and baking the witch’s fingers for Haloween. Or simply organizing holiday souvenirs. Now I decided to share my realizations with you. Let’s go it together!