Year 2, Week 28: Frozen Lunch With Elsa & Olaf. If you are like our family, your kids are addicted to the Disney movie FROZEN. My children are always singing the soundtrack and they have watched the movie countless times. I have written two other posts about FROZEN but have never done an actual school lunch for my daughter. If you want to see the other posts they are A FROZEN Day, with Sven Sandwiches and Olaf Banana Snacks, and 5 Ways Being a Parent is Like Being a Character From FROZEN.
I'm not even gonna pretend that this didn't take longer than normal. Honestly, it's one lunch that would be more difficult to reproduce as well. This was worth it, however, because my daughter has been asking for a FROZEN lunch for awhile. Since I am writing this post late at night and you can probably see how to put it together anyway, I'm just going to post ingredients and not directions. One unique item I used is called "Yummy Dough." You can shape it like Play-Doh, but it is edible. It works well for the hair and the blue dots around the head. I am doing a review on it and will post the review in about a week. I made Olaf with a background of baby carrots because it reminded me of a sunny day and he always wants to be "In Summer."
The castle in the background was made using a Lunch Punch Sandwich Cuter. This lunch was made in a yubo lunchbox.
IngredientsMulti-Grain bread slices
Yellow and blue Yummy Dough
Fat-free cream cheese for the eyes
Food coloring (black, blue, red)
String Cheese, cut into jagged chunks
Apple, peeled and cut into chunks
Chopped baby carrots
Small piece of tortilla