Whether or not you have children, you’ve probably heard Queen Elsa’s anthem Let It Go approximately a million times (two million if you are a parent).
Now, the iconic ice blue dress Elsa wears for the empowering Disney song has inspired a fun make-at-home frozen treat. Gather the family for a weekend journey to Elsa’s Ice Castle without leaving your kitchen!
The full ingredient list and instructions for this Frozen popsicle recipe can be found below.
Elsa’s Frozen Popsicles (Courtesy of Disney)
What You Need:
- Blue sports drink
- Purple sports drink
- Cold water or lemon lime soda
- Blue crystal sprinkles and snowflake sprinkles
- Popsicle mold
- Popsicle sticks
- 2 plastic food storage containers
What You Do:
1. Pour blue sports drink in storage container. Pour purple sports drink in second storage container. Freeze Frozen popsicle containers overnight.
2. Carefully break frozen sports drink ice block into pieces.
3. Place a few pieces of each sports drink color in each popsicle mold.
4. Pour cold water or soda into popsicle molds. Do not overfill.
5. Sprinkle blue sprinkles and white pearls into popsicle molds.
6. Freeze overnight and enjoy the next day!
These Disney frozen popsicle pops are perfect for a summer snack or a Frozen birthday party. A video version of the Disney recipe is also available:
To make more Frozen pops, you could use different colored sports drinks in reference to another Disney Frozen character, like orange and clear Gatorade for Olaf.
You can also add fresh fruit to your molds for a healthier ice pop.
More Frozen Fun
If your family can’t get enough Frozen, the Disney Magic Moments social media campaign has provided fans of the franchise with all sorts of great at-home activities!
You can also check out these Frozen recipes straight from the Dole Company.
If you’re looking for kid-friendly Disney crafts, try these DIY Arendelle snow globes that you can display all year long!
What do you think of these Elsa Frozen popsicles? Tell us if you’re going to try this easy Disney snack recipe in the comments!