Snowman Poop (Frozen)

Not only are we building snowmen for Frozen, we’re eating them, too!

While we made a snack tray for Frozen 2, we wanted to do something a little more wintry for frozen.

This snack is sweet, easy, and as my oldest said: “For poop, this actually tastes good!”

You’re welcome for that.


– 3 C of Kix cereal

– 6 to 10 oz white melting chocolates

– 1 to 3 C powdered sugar


– In a large bowl, follow the directions on your chocolates to completely melt them until nice and smooth when stirred (no bumps).

-‘Stir in your Kix and powdered sugar, alternatively adding them 1C at a time until you have them as coated as you’d like them to be.

* If mixture gets too difficult to mix, you can coat a cookie sheet with parchment paper and lay out the mix to help disburse the chocolates and powdered sugar better. This also makes any extra powdered sugar appear as “snow.”

That’s it! You might have some snow that appears a little yellow I’d not mixed quickly enough, so just remember this is the only time that eating yellow snow is ok!

Olaf Ornaments

Do you want to build a snowman??

I sure do! Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s all the winter holiday feels in our house. We kicked off the season with watching the first Frozen.

You might recall we did Frozen 2 back when it was released to Disney+, and this time was just as fun. We started off with these fun Olaf ornaments- and yay, free printable!


– Felt or Paper

– Olaf template (printable below)

– Googly

– Glue

– Twine/String


– Use the Olaf template to print off and put together. You can also use it to trace/cut the shapes from felt (or put it into your Cricut if you have one!).

– Put Olaf together and add some googly eyes! (Ours are currently MIA so we drew them in. My dragons also didn’t like the “empty noses” so we drew those in, too.)

– If you use paper, use a hole-punch to make a space for your added twine. If you use felt, use a hot glue gun to get your string to stay on the back.

Winter’s a good time to stay home and cuddle! Enjoy your Olaf craft.