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DIY Frozen Dessert Party at Home

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One of the best parts of the Frozen Summer Fun Experience at Hollywood Studios was the Frozen Fireworks Spectacular Dessert Party. Unfortunately, since this event will only be around until September 1st, not every Disney fan will get to experience it. Fortunately, many of the delicious desserts that we tasted that night can easily be replicated at home. So that’s what we did. We took the easiest, most budget friendly desserts and created our own “At-Home” dessert party.


Our party was inspired by the Frozen Fireworks Spectacular Dessert Party being offered at Hollywood Studios this summer. Included in the premium package, the Frozen Dessert Party offers guest a wide variety of desserts and drinks and gives you a front row seat to the Frozen Fireworks.

 

 

 

 

To create this Frozen themed dessert party at home, I had to make some adjustments. First, not all ingredients are available in your local grocery store, so I only chose items that would be easy for anyone to make at home. I also changed some of the names of the treats to put my own spin on it. I added a fondue station (instead of warm ganache) and made the bon bons out of cocoa krispies to make them more chocolate-like.Our “At-Home” Frozen Dessert Party included:

The Ingredients:

To recreate our dessert party at home, all you need to do is make or buy:
  • 24 min vanilla cupcakes (1/2 for cupcakes and 1/2 for trifles)
  • frosting
  • 24 mini brownies
  • caramel sauce
  • whipped cream
  • strawberry filling
  • crispy rice treats (shaped into bells)
  • confectioners sugar (to make glaze for the crispy rice treats)
  • assorted sprinkles (for cupcakes, brownies and trifles)
  • strawberries, bananas and marshmallows for dipping

 

The Display:

I created a simple tablescape out of decorations we already had. The white sheer curtains were the backdrop for the dessert table. Attached was a party decoration left over from our Frozen Birthday party. The table was draped in a sheer blue fabric and adorned with snowflakes. The desserts were displayed on white dishes and pedestals.
 
 
 
The Desserts:
 
Mini Frozen Cupcakes topped with Frozen rings.

Grand Pabbie’s Strawberry Shortcake Trifles- sliced mini cupcake layered with strawberry filling and whipped crea.m

 

Elsa’s Snow Dusted Brownie Bites with Salted Caramel

Olaf’s In Summer Punch- Pineapple, Orange and Guava juice mix

 

Anna’s Bon Bons- Bell shaped cocoa crispy treats topped with confectioners sugar glaze.

 

Maybe it’s the party talking…or the chocolate fondue station- Assorted dippers and sticks to use in a chocolate fountain. (fondue pot will also work)

 

 

All of these treats were easy to recreate at home. It was nice to relive some of the magic we experienced at the Frozen Fireworks Spectacular Dessert party. Even if you can’t make it this summer, we hope you’ll find some time to create this party at home so you can enjoy a little Frozen Fun this summer!
This post is a part of a Frozen Blog Hop! Visit the blogs listed below to be even more inspired to make this a Frozen Summer!

 

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Charlotte

Friday 8th of April 2016

Love that you included the list of everything I need to get to do this at home! I can't wait to try the Olaf punch - it reminded me of the Tusker House and Ohana punch. The fondue station you added is amazing, I just finished my cheese fodue recipe and it turned out great!

Frontierland Station

Wednesday 4th of February 2015

These treats looks delicious! I especially love Anna's bon bons! They look so colorful and tasty!

Beth Green

Wednesday 13th of August 2014

This is amazing! When I first started reading, I thought your pictures from the DHS party were from YOUR party at home! I was very impressed! haha! I love the recreation at home. You did an amazing job. I'll have to try some of these ideas at our house next time we watch Frozen... which will be soon I'm sure! :)

teacherlady117

Wednesday 13th of August 2014

Thanks, Beth! I can only aspire to be so talented! No one does it like Disney! I bet your boys would love the crispy bon bons. They would make a great movie treat!

Amy Zellers

Wednesday 13th of August 2014

I truly loved reading this post!! Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend the event in real life, so I LOVED seeing your beautiful photographs from the Frozen Fireworks Dessert Party. With your idea to recreate it at home, with simple and easy tweaks I can throw my own Frozen Dessert Party for my kids! You've made it so easy- even giving me a shopping list! It looks so fun! I wish we were neighbors, because the kids and I would be asking for an invite!

teacherlady117

Wednesday 13th of August 2014

Thank you so much for your kind comment! Going to the Frozen Fireworks Dessert Party was one of the highlights of our trip. I wanted people who may not get a chance to go, to experience even just a taste of it. I bet your kids would love some of these treats!

Kuleen Lashley

Sunday 10th of August 2014

Yum! I think the marshmallow Olafs are my favorite. So easy to make, but so cute.

teacherlady117

Wednesday 13th of August 2014

Actually, I chose not to make the Olaf pops because they are more complicated than they appear. They are really cake pop and cheesecake all covered in white chocolate. I wanted to keep my party simple and do things that anyone, no matter skill level, could do at home.

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