News: “Frozen Fever” Sweet Treats at Disneyland and Disney World

So… Frozen Fun ends in Disneyland on May 15th, and Frozen Summer Fun LIVE won’t return to Disney’s Hollywood Studios until June 17th. That’s one full Frozen-free month… What’s an Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf fan to do?!?

What will we do when there's no Frozen Fun?!

What will we do when there’s no Frozen Fun?!

Fret not, Frozen fans! In the downtime between the two events, Disney is releasing a few treats in honor of “Frozen Fever,” the film short that can currently be seen on the big screen prior to showings of the live-action “Cinderella” film.

As in the film short, these treats go about the task of celebrating Anna’s birthday… and what’s a birthday celebration without a little cake? Anna’s Happy Birthday Cupcake is a vanilla cupcake with blue buttercream frosting, topped with marshmallows, snowflake candies, and a white chocolate Olaf.

Anna's Happy Birthday Cupcake

Anna’s Happy Birthday Cupcake ©Disney

At Disneyland, you’ll want to check spots like the Jolly Holiday Bakery, Market House, Pacific Wharf Cafe, Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe, and The Coffee House.

Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe

Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe

While the cupcakes are already available at Disneyland, starting April 8th, Disney World guests can check various eateries scattered across property, in parks and resorts alike. Altogether, twelve restaurants will carry the cupcakes in WDW, including Main Street Bakery and Gaston’s Tavern in the Magic Kingdom, Starring Rolls Cafe and ABC Commissary in Hollywood Studios, and Sunshine Seasons and Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Epcot.

Resort restaurants  that will carry the cupcake include BoardWalk Bakery, Beach Club Marketplace, Contempo Cafe, Gasparilla Island Grill, Landscape of Flavors and The Mara.

BoardWalk Bakery

BoardWalk Bakery

Looking for something a little more frozen to celebrate the cast of Frozen? Olaf’s Perfect Sundae Day features birthday-cake flavored ice cream topped with hot fudge, mint marshmallows, brownie pieces (!), whipped cream, and sprinkles.

Olaf's Perfect Sundae Day ©Disney

Olaf’s Perfect Sundae Day ©Disney

Those mint marshmallows look a lot like the ones currently available to enjoy with your Warm Hugs Hot White Hot Cocoa over at Olaf’s Snow Fest in Disneyland!

At Disneyland, the Sundae is available at Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor and Clarabelle’s.

Clarabelle's in Disney California Adventure

Clarabelle’s in Disney California Adventure

 

And again, starting April 8th, Disney World guests will find it at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Hollywood Scoops, and Beaches & Cream.

Beaches and Cream at Disney's Beach Club Resort

Beaches and Cream at Disney’s Beach Club Resort

In a new twist, even a few Table Service restaurants are

getting in on the fun! This works a little differently at Disneyland than it will when it comes to Disney World.

In Disneyland’s Carnation Cafe, Wine Country Trattoria, Storytellers Cafe, and Steakhouse 55, guests can order and enjoy an individual ice cream cake, inspired by the cake used to celebrate Anna’s birthday.

Storytellers Cafe

Storytellers Cafe

At Disney World, however, the following Table Service Restaurants will offer individual slices of Anna’s ice cream birthday cake: Trattoria al Forno, Captain’s Grille, The Wave… of American Flavors, Sanaa, and Coral Reef Restaurant.

For all that we’ve seen of Frozen treats over the past year or so, I do think the birthday cake idea is pretty fun, and I imagine several little visiting princesses around the parks might feel the same. Plus, I’m all for a little more ice cream cake in the world!

Happy Birthday, Anna!

Happy Birthday, Anna!

How about you? Are any of these Frozen foods on your radar? If so, you should know they will only available for a limited time, so grab them before they melt away!

Will you be trying any of these Frozen Fever treats at Disneyland or Disney World? Please let us know with a comment!

Comments

  1. Carol says

    Do we really need “more Frozen”? Disney has over marketed this thing to the point that some of us don’t care if we ever even see the movie.

    As for “limited time” that means “until we bring them back” Remember all this other “Frozen’ stuff that’s reappearing this summer was “limited” I think that means “until you quit handing us cash” LOL!

  2. Hannah says

    Thank You….my husband and I just got done watching Frozen…again, so this was great to find. Just wish we were headed to WDW soon.

  3. Essie says

    I agree with Hannah. No trip on the horizon. If there was, I wouldn’t care what food I could get to eat just as long as I could be there.

  4. Marie says

    I think Disney are doing so much with Frozen because for a while their films weren’t really causing as much excitement as the classics, then Frozen came along and a lot of people went crazy for it.

    I was in WDW last September when they were doing Frozen parades and such. Can’t say I was very excited by it, but at least parades are usually good for shortening ride lines. In regards to the food, I have a huge sweet tooth so I’m not really bothered what theme my cupcake takes, as long as it’s delicious! I’m very interested in trying out those mint marshmallows.

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