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Foodie Goodie | Olaf Ice Cream Dessert.

"Do you wanna build a snowman? Come on, let's go and play!" 
So goes the first two lines of the song 'Do You Wanna Build a Snowman' in the movie 'Frozen'. I took the little man to the movies yesterday, as a reward for acing all his quizzes for the past two weeks. We watched Frozen, of course, and it was really, really good. I say you go out and take your kids to see this movie over the weekend, too.

But before you head out the door, let me share with you this Frozen-inspired dessert which I found on Spoonful. It's a treat that's just too cute not to share with my readers. :)

Olaf Ice Cream Dessert

White Chocolate Melts, about half a bag
Chocolate Candy Melts, at least 8 pieces
Pretzel sticks (for arms)
Orange Starbursts (1 per snowman)
Small candy eyes
Hershey's Kisses (or chocolate chips)
Edible food pens (blue and black)
Plastic squeeze bottle
Small craft/food brush (washed)
Parchment paper
Vanilla ice cream

1. Arrange all of your ingredients in bowls and plates for easy access.  On a flat working surface, such as a cutting board or flat plate, tape a large piece of parchment paper to the surface so it is flat and smooth and will not move while your work. If you are using chocolate kisses for the buttons, use a knife to shave down the sides.

2. Unwrap an orange Starburst and set it on the wrapper. Heat it in the microwave for 7 seconds. Take it out and allow it to cool- 15 seconds or more until it is cool enough to handle. Mold it into the shape of Olaf’s nose using your fingers. Set it aside.

3. Using a knife, splinter a few pretzel sticks to create Olaf’s hair.

4. Heat the white candy melts in a microwave safe bowl on 40% power for 25 seconds at a time until the candy is melted. Stir it and pour or spoon it into the cleaned and dried squeeze bottle.  Put the top on the bottle.

5. Squeeze out the white candy onto the parchment paper in the shape of Olaf’s head. You can use the food brush to smooth out the candy.

6. Use the edible blue and black pens to outline Olaf's eyes.

7. Squeeze out a second layer of candy over Olaf’s head, building up the candy near the top. Use the brush to smooth the candy then place 2-3 pretzel slivers for the hair and two candy eyes.

8. Squeeze out more melted candy under the eyes. Place a nose just under and between the eyes. Squeeze out more melted candy around the nose, using the brush to smooth. Allow the candy to fully dry.

9. Melt the chocolate candy melts in a small microwave safe bowl on 40% power for 45 seconds. Stir the candy until smooth. Clean and dry your food brush then use it to paint on Olaf’s mouth using the melted chocolate candy. Allow time to dry.

10. Clean and dry the food brush. Open the squeeze bottle and dip your brush into the white candy. Paint Olaf’s tooth in the top center of the mouth. Allow time to dry.

11. Scoop out two scoops of vanilla ice cream into a small bowl (stacked). Give Olaf three chocolate kiss or chocolate chip buttons and two pretzel stick arms. Peal Olaf’s head from the parchment paper and stick it on top of the ice cream. Serve immediately.

Shared with Food Friday and Food Trip Friday. :)

14 replies:

Rhea Bue | Styles and Writes said...

OMG SIS!!! This looks sooo cute and yummy!! :D <3 <3 <3 I wish I could bake talaga so I could try this out :)

Kai Darul said...

cutieeee.. i'll make something like this soon. but, dont you just not want to eat such cute food like this? >___<

mail4rosey said...

It's cute...totally pinning it. :) We want to see that movie too, glad to hear it's good, I figured it would be. ;)

Jannie said...

Looks like a really fun activity.

ReviewsSheRote said...

How very cute--this is going on our "TO DO" list for winter brake actives! =)

ReviewsSheRote said...

going on our to do list =)

LaVonne said...

That is so cute. We haven't seen this movie yet. But that dessert looks like the perfect ice cream accompaniment for movie night!

Christy G said...

This is so cute, I love this idea. :)

Animetric said...

Oh, it's made of candy! I thought it was ice cream at first. :)

Lexie Lane said...

Awww... this is really cute! And so much fun! I'm definitely gonna try this!

Renz Alcantara said...

My daughter will love this! We'll be doing this on the weekend :)
Great tutorial!

Mom-Friday said...

Cute snowman! Parang ayaw ko kainin, display nalang ;)

maiylah said...

soo cute! too bad ice cream here at home doesn't last too long to be made into cute creations like this one! :)

thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, sis
enjoy the rest of the week!

Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing such an informative posts so keep it up man!!

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