Disney’s FROZEN Rice Krispie Snowflakes + NEW Clip! #DisneyFrozen


Disney’s FROZEN is now in theaters and it is a HUGE hit! I have yet to go see it yet but my husband took our 5 year old son to see it and he absolutely loved it! So much that he convinced his Grandma to take him to see it again. I look forward to a Mommy/Son date soon so I can finally see FROZEN!

Since my son is so excited and has added a long list of FROZEN toys to his Christmas list – the Disney Infinity FROZEN Playset and a plush Olaf  the Snowman specifically – I decided a fun treat to make would be Rice Krispie Snowflakes in honor of the movie!

Frozen Rice Krispie Snowflakes

This recipe for Rice Krispies treats will make 6 snowflakes (using a Wilton snowflake cookie cutter) from a 9 x 13 pan. You can adjust the size depending how large or small your snowflake cookie cutter is. (This recipe makes 12 regular sized squares). The recipe for the bars comes off a box of Rice Krispies cereal.


¼ cup butter or margarine (I use butter)

1 ten oz bag regular-sized marshmallows

½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract (this is optional but it makes them taste SO much better!)

6 cups Rice Krispies cereal


  1. In a large saucepan, melt butter over low heat.

  2. Add the marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat.

  3. Stir in the pure vanilla extract.

  4. Gradually add the Rice Krispies cereal, stirring until well coated.

  5. Press into a buttered 9 x 13 pan ( a buttered spatula really helps the process)

  6. Cool for one hour.

  7. Using a round cookie cutter, make the Rice Krispies into 12 round shapes. Set aside.


6 Rice Krispies snowflake treats  (already made from recipe above)

¾ cup blue candy melts (I used Wilton) or white candy melts with blue food coloring

White decorating icing (I used Wilton in a tube)

Blue Sugar Gems (I used Wilton)

Blue and white colored sugar crystals

Shredded coconut

Jumbo Snowflake Sprinkles (I used Wilton)


  1. Microwave the blue candy melts in 15 second increments until smooth and creamy.

  2. Dip the Rice Krispies snowflakes into the melted candy mixture, evenly covering the entire front side of each snowflake (or you can cover the entire snowflake, if your prefer).

  3. Lay the candy-dipped snowflakes on a wire rack to cool and set for at least 5 minutes. (I placed mine in the fridge to hurry the process along). If you covered the entire snowflake, increase the set time to 15 minutes.

  4. Squeeze white icing onto the top of each snowflake in a snowflake pattern.  Here is where you can be as creative as you would like to be. There are so many possibilities!

  5. Sprinkle colored crystals on top of the icing and let set for a few minutes.

  6. Apply a small amount of icing to the back of a jumbo snowflake sprinkle and affix to the snowflakes.  Add as many as you would like.  Let set for a few minutes.

  7. Optional: You could insert lollipop sticks into each snowflake and make pops out of them. Or, you could place each Rice Krispie snowflake in a cellophane bag with ribbon and give out as treats. ENJOY!

New Clip from Disney’s FROZEN

If you haven’t seen FROZEN yet {or you have and love this scene!} check out this just released clip!


Disney’s FROZEN is in theaters now! Make sure to like FROZEN on Facebook and follow on Twitter!


  1. This is the perfect “Frozen” movie day treat!

  2. I’m looking forward to seeing Frozen! I think I’ll make these treats to get us in the mood!

  3. Yum, yum, yum!! I love Rice Krispie Treats, but the Frozen theme is great. I’ve never tried them with frosting.

  4. What an awesome idea! I want to see the movie and make these treats!

  5. ooohh nice and yummy! What a great idea! I can’t wait to buy the movie!

  6. Ohhh what a beautiful idea

  7. laurie nykaza says:

    These are such an easy Christmas treat for the kids they would love making them. The kids can’t wait to see the movie too.

  8. Sindy Murray says:

    I bought two boxes of rice krispie’s today now I now what I’m going to use them for. The cookies look very yummy!!

  9. Lady Lilith says:

    How cleve. I know a few children who would love to make them. It looks like a very fun holiday activity for when the kids are home from school. Thank you for sharing.

  10. Those are super cute and fit in great with the theme of the movie. Me and my 19 yoa daughter watched it the day it came out in theater. Super cute movie. Olaf was our fave. He delivered with the laughs.

  11. What a great and delicious way to get in the Frozen kind of mood! Those look so good and my grandsons would love these treats!

  12. rice krispie treats + icing= GENIUS!!! YUM!

  13. Allison Downes says:

    Those are so cute and look like the perfect treat to have while watching this movie! We really want to see it. Thank you for sharing!

  14. looks so pretty!

  15. Cute treats! Might make them for a bake sale in a couple of weeks!

  16. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    those cookies are so cute!! good idea

  17. those are so cute. what a fun way to spend a snowy afternoon with the girls!

  18. Julie Wood says:

    Disney Frozen looks like a very good movie! I like the gorgeous Rice Krispie Snowflakes! I would like to make these!

  19. Lisa Davis says:

    Cute idea! I’m looking forward to taking my twin 5 year old girls to see it :)

  20. stephanie says:

    the cookies look so good


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