Frozen Inspired Party: DIY Elsa Ice Castle Pull Apart Treat: Allergy Friendly!


My daughter’s big Frozen birthday party is tomorrow.

I have been very VERY conscious of peanuts because my daughter’s friend who has a peanut allergy is coming to our home. To be honest, I’ve never had a person with an allergy to our home before.

For Frozen parties, I’ve seen tons of cool homemade things, but in order for me to have peace of mind and also make things easy for myself, I decided to do store bought for everything.

I was trying to think of something sweet that wouldn’t be really messy that could be a fun treat and also be a decoration:-)

My daughter loves Rice Krispie treats. I was thrilled when I realized how cool the packaging color was and BEST THING…if not everything gets eaten, they are individually wrapped so they will not be all germy:-)

My daughter and I decided to build an ice castle with the Rice Krispie treats:-)

We bought two value packs of Rice Krispie treats from Walmart(32 total individually wrapped treats).

When we went to build the castle, we needed a base to build around/on. We decided that the boxes that the treats came in would be perfect if taped together.

Then we went to work putting a small piece of tape of the back of each treat, and sticking it to the boxes. It was a lot of fun!

We even made a little tower at the top out of treats taped together.


What castle is complete without a flag? My daughter made one!

It was so easy, so much fun, and we love how it turned out! For the party, we’ll set it out and the kids and literally pull the castle apart đŸ™‚




Remember…They Will Love Your Effort

Hi! My name is Dominique and I'm lucky enough to be the wife to my True Love and mother to a little girl and a little boy. I grew up in the Midwest but have loved living in NC, our new home. I'm actually an Industrial Engineer by schooling, but am now a domestic engineer(Stay-at-home-Mom) and feel very blessed to have this job. I have always loved the challenge in making the most of things...whether it's figuring out that a filing cabinet , a $10 piece of countertop and a few scraps of wood can be turned into a desk, that a curtain sheer, some ribbon, and a square piece of fabric can be transformed into an Elsa-like dress, or how to provide an interesting lunch for my little girl who is in a peanut free classroom. I love to figure things out and to create. I hope you enjoy reading my posts. I hope that my posts will inspire you to create. I hope that with my posts you will see that They Will Love Your Effort, whether things turn our perfect or not;-)

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