Ever since we saw Disney’s Frozen on the day of a huge blizzard, my kids have been singing the songs 24/7 (and so have I)! It was such a magical movie. It’s no wonder my kids want to give Frozen Olaf Valentines!
Because the first version of this treat involves cutting marshmallows in half, I made a version that looks like Olaf, and a version that is a little more give-away friendly.
To make the first version (Olaf), you will need giant campfire marshmallows, regular marshmallow, and mini marshmallows. The second version uses only mini and regular-sized marshmallows.
For Olaf, start with mini marshmallows for the feet. Cut a giant marshmallow in half for the body, and a cut a regular marshmallow in half for the torso and head. Finish with some pretzel arms, M&M buttons, candy corn nose and mini chocolate chip eyes. If you are worried that cutting the marshmallows in half makes the treat a little too sticky, simply use all regular marshmallows.
If you want the M&Ms to stick to the marshmallows, place a tiny dab of frosting on the back. Otherwise, they will slide to the bottom of the bag. They may slide to the bottom of the bag anyway, though! I don’t think the kids will mind.
Believe it or not, those are not expensive treat bags. The other day, I accidentally purchased some snack-sized bags at Walmart that were vertical instead of horizontal. Although they make crummy snack bags (I don’t know anyone who’s hand will fit inside the top of the bag), they make great treat bags!
If you want to make some, too, you can download the free printable by clicking the download image below.
If these valentines are just what your kid wants, but take a little more time then you had planned, try this recently posted more simple Frozen Valentine (image is linked):
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*Olaf snowman images come from disneyclips.com.
The font I used is called “Wish I Were Taller,” and can be found here for free on Kevin and Amanda.