Looking for party food ideas for your Frozen Birthday Party? Here are my 9 best ideas! We did these foods for our Frozen party back in the spring. You might also want to check out Frozen Birthday Party Decoration Ideas.
This is just white cheddar popcorn but I served it in a clear bowl with Olaf’s face draw on with permanent marker. I decided to draw faces on the cups too.
You could also serve vanilla pudding in the clear cups/bowl for the same effect.
These were a hit! I used the BIG pretzels sticks and used candy melts to cover them and then sprinkled on blue sugar crystals. Everyone loved them!
Snowcap Punch and Melted Snow
Snowcap punch recipe:
- blue Hawaiian Punch
- lemon lime soda (like 7up)
- mix in equal parts in a punch bowl and float large marshmallows in it
Do you want to build a Snowman Donuts
For these you will need:
- powdered donuts
- mini chocolate chips
- orange M&M’s
assemble and enjoy!
I had some leftover marshmallows from the Snowcap punch so I tossed them on a tray and called them Snowballs. What kid doesn’t like marshmallows?
Olaf’s Noses with Snow Dip
Carrot sticks with ranch dressing. The kids really (surprisingly) ate this up!
Representative of Anna’s frozen heart in the movie. I made PB&J and Ham and Cheese. They were easy enough to cut into hearts with a heart sandwich cutter.
North Mountain Cupcakes
The cupcakes themselves came from the Walmart bakery. I think they did a great job on the colors. They even added the white sugar crystals.
With a simple three tiered cupcake stand I turned them in North Mountain Cupcakes (get it? Because they look like a mountain?)
Snowman parts goodie bags
For goodie bags we filled them with extras from the party foods – Jumbo Marshmallows, mini-chocolate chips, pretzel sticks and M&Ms – for Snowman parts.
All the printables for the party came from Etsy. I love Etsy!
There you go, my 9 best party food ideas for YOUR Frozen party!
Have you had a Frozen party? I’d love to hear your ideas or see your pictures!