Ann Reardon

Disney Frozen Snowflakes Jelly Cups

disney frozen party food idea

These little Frozen jellies, complete with frosty rims and snowflake icing will be a wonderful dessert to go along with an Elsa, Anna or Olaf cake at a Disney Frozen party.  As a little girl growing up in a very warm country like Australia, I imagined snow to be the most wonderful stuff.

Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes
Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes
Silver white winters that melt into springs
These are a few of my favorite things

(The Sound of Music)

Now you can make your very own Disney Frozen snowflakes where ever you live.

Royal Icing Recipe
1 or 32g (1.13 ounces) egg white (you can use pasturized egg whites or buy powdered egg whites and add water as per directions on the packet)
150g (5.29 ounces) or 1 1/4 cup icing (powdered) sugar
1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar
few drops of mint or other clear essence (optional)

Using electric beaters combine all ingredients and beat on high speed for about 7 minutes or until stiff.
Place in piping bag (or ziplock bag with a hole in one corner). Pipe onto non-stick baking paper (see video) and leave to dry out over-night.

Dip the tops of cups into the royal icing and then caster sugar. Then fill each cup with blue jelly made according to the directions on the packet. Once set add snowflakes to the top of each one.

You may also like the Disney Frozen Elsa Doll Cake

Frozen Elsa Cake Reardon


by Ann Reardon How To Cook That

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25 Comments View Comments

  1. 2adhered

  2. How does the uncooked egg whites work? Won’t it make me sick? That’s the only option I have left, please reply

  3. These look amazing. Can you freeze these snowflakes and how do you stop them from crumbling?

    • Hi Karen, You can’t freeze these snowflakes. Are your snowflakes crumbling? Royal icing should dry and they should be delicate, but we wouldn’t expect them to be crumbly.

      • Are you Ann Reardon or someone else I noticed it said how to cook that helper

        • Hi Olivia, I work with Ann as her helper. I sit at her kitchen table and answer the questions that come in via the website, jotting down Ann’s ideas and helpful hints for you to read.

  4. Thank you so much love the video

  5. I love your channel you are amazing I love your deserts

  6. Hi Ann,I love your channel .please bake more…

  7. Hi Anna…
    I did the snowflakes and they were looking great untill I tried to move they crushed???

    Any ideas!!

  8. Can I put this on top of buttercream or will it dissolve?

    Really love your videos, by the way 🙂

  9. Do you need cream of tartar for the snowflake?

  10. I was wondering about the color of your jello. How did you make it light blue. The only blue we have (u.s) is the dark blue jello. I really like the light blue way better. Thanks

    • Hi Ruchelle, we have several different blue jellos to choose from in the shops here

      • can you come to the UK they have really good cake stores and shops

    • awesome!! great too beautiful cool & gud no words 🙂

  11. Hi! I’m a bit afraid of uncooked egg whites, can I bake the snowflakes?

    • Hi Rachel, You can get pasturized egg whites, they have been heated and held at a certain temp to kill any bacteria. Or use powdered egg whites.

  12. Love it! Btw, what did you use to maker her dress shiny and what blue color did you use? Elsa.

  13. Gracias por poner estos vídeos de gran utilidad

  14. I hope you are making chocolate mars & kinder , Please


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