Fill up with 'Frozen' Food at Disney California Adventure

January 9, 2015, 3:46 PM · With six new or refurbished attractions at the Disneyland Resort featuring characters or scenes from the hit movie Frozen, how will fans find the endurance to visit them all?

With sugar, of course! ;^)

Disney accommodates, with plenty of Frozen-themed treats for sale at Disney California Adventure.

The main place to look for your "Frozen food" fix is at Olaf's Snow Fest in Hollywood. Tucked in the corner you'll find a counter offering several sweet and a couple of savory snacks. Do you want to build a snowman? You can, in cookie form, at least.

Olaf cookie kit

Or try an Olaf veggie cup, or cupcake.

Veggie cups and cupcakes

You can buy cookies and crispie treats, too.

Cookies ad crispie treats

For savory options, Disney's selling corn dog bites as well as "Rock Troll Festival Meatballs" ($5.99). Those are, essentially, Swedish meatballs with cream sauce and a "lingonberry drizzle." (In the cups in the middle.)

Meatballs and corn dog bites

I didn't buy those for a clearer photo close-up, mostly because I was a bit taken aback by the idea of Swedish meatballs that had been sitting in a heating cabinet all morning. If anyone has tried them, though, please let us know about them in the comments!

You're not limited to the choices at Olaf's. If you'd like to try some more Frozen sweets, head over to California Adventure's main sweet shop, Trolley Treats on Buena Vista Street.

There you will find Frozen-decorated candied apples, cake pops, and marshmallows, along with some additional cookie designs. Prices at these locations range from $3.99 for a cookie or the veggie cup, up to $9.99 for the apple.

Replies (4)

January 10, 2015 at 1:20 AM · The Swedish meatballs were perfectly decent Swedish, nothing special, but fine.
January 10, 2015 at 11:34 AM · It's not Frozen if it doesn't have Elsa anywhere. Anna doesn't count either. Frozen is the first Disney movie where most girls want to be the Queen, maybe some boys too (joking). Those food offering are mostly Olaf. I know I won't waste my money. A good thing for most parents.

BTW, I bought my Frozen On Ice tickets a year in advance. Oh well.

January 10, 2015 at 4:58 PM · Thanks, Matthew.
January 11, 2015 at 11:06 AM · I have to disagree with Matthew. I loved the meatballs. Yeah, the meatballs were pretty run-of-the-mill, but the cream sauce was yummy on them; I thought there was a hint of parmesan in it. And the lingonberries - which sounded bad to me on paper - really went well with them. Not that they were particularly abundant in the cup. I also had the Corn Dog Bites. I didn't care for them for the same reason I don't like Disney corn dogs - too much grease/oil dripping off of the batter.

I also loved the White Hot Chocolate although I could see how some might think it's too sweet.

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