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I’ve said it before. I am not creative when it comes to making food into art. There are sites out there that transform everyday food into mini masterpieces like these Lego Movie pancakes from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons or these Animal Pretzel shapes from Stop Looking Get Cookin. That didn’t stop Shae from making these Marshmallow Snowman based on her new obsession with Frozen. Do You Want To Build a Snowman is my favorite song from the movie so there was no way I could say no.Do You Want To Build A Snowman from Marshmallows #kidsinthekitchen #frozeninspired

The ingredient list is easy

  • Marshmallows, big and small
  • Pretzel Sticks or black licorice if you’re going for authentic Olaf
  • Orange Tootsie Roll
  • Chocolate chips
  • White Chocolate or Candy Melts
  • Ipod playing Do You Want To Build A Snowman on repeat for inspirationDo You Want To Build A Snowman from Marshmallows #kidsinthekitchen #frozeninspired

Using a large bowl of VERY HOT water melt your chocolate chips or candy melts in a baggie or piping bag. I just placed the bottom of the bag in the water and let it sit for 5 minutes.

Do You Want To Build A Snowman from Marshmallows #kidsinthekitchen #frozeninspired
Shae arranged and picked out what she wanted to use to build her snowman.

Microwave the tootsie roll (or starburst) for 8 seconds to soften. Shape a nose. I think Shae’s came out perfect.

Using the melted white chocolate as glue start building your snowman. It dries quick and hard.

Adding spots of white chocolate works as glue to hold the carrot shaped nose & chocolate chip eyes in place.

Stab the pretzel into the body and add feet with a couple more dabs of “glue”.Do You Want To Build A Snowman from Marshmallows #kidsinthekitchen #frozeninspired

With the dark or milk chocolate make the buttons down your snowman’s body.

When he’s just the way you like him BITE OFF HIS HEAD and enjoy.Do You Want To Build A Snowman from Marshmallows #kidsinthekitchen #frozeninspired

That’s what Shae did. It may not have looked just like Olaf but that didn’t matter.

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About Melinda

Melinda is half of the mom & dad blogging team from LookWhatMomFound...and Dad too! Over 4 years ago Melinda left the corporate world to focus on raising her children while being a SAHM. With 17 years of parenting practice to 3 kids life has provided her many experiences that are used to educate the family on morals, ethics and the difference between right and wrong. While academics are very important, a full education goes beyond books and grades. Melinda strives to raise children with good hearts, strong principles and a foundation built on love and respect for others.
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Comments

  1. SUPER cute! They would be a great snack for a movie night or a birthday party, too!

  2. Turned out cute! We love making marshmallow snowmen here! Love the tie in with the movie!

  3. That is so cute and easy! My kids would like this.

  4. LOL, that picture of Shae biting the head off is awesome. My boys would totally love to make these and do the exact same thing!

  5. haha these are too cute. My girls would have so much fun building their little Olafs

  6. Betty Baez says:

    Cute! I have to admit I sang the title of this post lol that goes to show how often i’ve seen frozen this past week.

  7. This is honestly so adorable! So creative!

  8. So cute! I don’t think my kids though could wait long enough to finish making the snowman before eating!

  9. This is adorable!!! Sure I would love to build this kind of snowman, as long as he is not really made of snow. (we had our fill of snow this season)

  10. Sabrina Radke says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this! My 4 year old has recently shown a ton of interest in helping me in the kitchen however I find myself not able to let him help much. This is the perfect fun recipe and activity to do, thank you!

  11. Your Olaf snack is super cute. I’m sure my kids would devour it!

  12. What a cute idea!! I love it!! We just watched Frozen for the second time yesterday. I would love it if you would come share at Sharing Saturday.

  13. Thanks…now I’m singing it too! My 4 yr old has been singing some of the songs lately…prob because we watched it 4 times last weekend! I’ll have to make them these!

  14. This would be a perfect activity for a snow day! We tend to get snow that isn’t sticky enough for building snowmen.

  15. Hey at least he won’t melt, just got to watch for teeth instead of the sun

  16. These are too cute! We did something like this for a Winter Wonderland party and they were such a hit. Love these!

  17. Annie says:

    LOL the hard part will be getting my kids to NOT eat the marshmallows before they make the snowman :)

  18. Thanks for hosting!

  19. Oh that is adorable!!! My kids would have a blast making these!

  20. This marshmallow snowman is a cute idea. My grandkids would love to make these.

  21. So, so cute! And who doesn’t love anything that has to do with Olaf? I can’t get the soundtrack out of my head. My boys will love these.

  22. Great tutorial! That looks simple enough that I think even I can do it!

  23. How fun and creative! These would be great for a kids party!

  24. oh goodness. if this isn’t awesome. i <3 olaf. he's awesome. and i bet these would be a hit with my kids too!

  25. I’ve been asking all around to see if anyone was doing a Kids in the Kitchen link up so I’m so glad that you are hosting one! Thank you!

  26. Awwww….that is so cute!! And he looks really tasty too. I like the salty of the pretzel along with the sweet of the marshmallow and chocolate!

  27. The best part is eating the snowman all up when you’re done. It came out cute!

  28. These are so cute! My 18-month -old loves that song too! Sings it all day long!

  29. This is SO much fun! My son will get a kick out of making these.

  30. Haha… this is so CUTE!

  31. How adorable! This would be a fun craft for the kids during a Frozen movie party…or as a winter snack! Thanks for sharing!

  32. Olaf!! haha, that’s just what he looks like to me. :) This is a fun, great idea for the kids!

  33. I’ll take a marshmallow snowman over a real one any day. They’re much yummier and you don’t have to deal with the cold. :)

  34. Kids love snacks like that. Mine love to get creative with their food. What a great way.

  35. These are fantastic. I love when we use all the senses for the activity…..even music. I think it makes a fuller memory. and YUM!!!

  36. These are adorable and we love marshmallows here. I’m completely over the idea of snow right now though ;-)

  37. This is such a cute craft and shack item. My kids would like to put something like this together.

  38. This looks like it was fun to do with your little one.

  39. What a cute snowman! My kids love ‘playing’ with food, I think this would be a great craft..and snack!

  40. This is an easy and fast project for children to create. I think my toddler would even be able to do this one!

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