Kid Friendly: Disney FROZEN Fruit Wands

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Every morning, at around 6am, we hear a sweet little singing voice saying “let it go, let it go” over the sound monitor. That’s our cue to get Amelia out of her crib for morning snuggles in our bed, until she demands “Anna, Anna, Annnna” and we put on her favorite movie. Amelia is a little FROZEN obsessed. At 2 years old, she knows all the songs and regularly requests her “blue elsa dress”. 

You can imagine her excitement when we spotted Disney FROZEN grapes in our produce aisle at Walmart! As a mom who tries to feed her children healthy foods, I was thrilled to see my daughter so excited about “Elsa Grapes”. I’m so happy to see that Disney is making efforts to get children to eat well. A character label on produce is so powerful. 

As a special snack, Amelia and I created FROZEN fruit wands. Amelia was thrilled with her princess wand! They are the perfect back to school or anytime snack. I plan on making a batch of fruit wands to take to my son’s school when we have snack duty next week. I know my kids are more likely to eat something healthy if it’s presented in a fun way. I mean, who doesn’t want to eat Olaf grapes?!


Pineapple or Cantaloup 
Star Cookie Cutter
Long Lollipop Sticks

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Step 1: Head to Walmart and pick up a package of FROZEN grapes and other supplies.


Step 2:  Stick grapes on the lollipop sticks, leaving at least an inch and a half at the top free.

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Step 3: Slice pineapple and cut out stars using a star cookie cutter.

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Step 4: Place stars on the lollipop sticks, next to the grapes.

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Step 5: You can enjoy immediately or place in freezer for at least an hour to enjoy a FROZEN treat.

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We love grapes and are so excited about Disney putting some friendly faces in the produce aisle! Which fruit or vegetable would you like to see Disney help market next?

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!


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