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Frozen Party Veggie Tray

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Build an adorable Olaf veggie tray for your kids’ class party! Make sure to pair these nutritious veggies with a veggie dip kids love.

Do you want to build a snowman?  I just can’t help but sing that song in my head when looking at Olaf!

We love to combine a character kids love with veggies. When kids can relate to their food and feel connected in some way, they are much more likely to try what’s served. A veggie tray is a great appetizer, after school snack, holiday party mingling food, and even as a side dish to a meal! This cute Frozen theme veggie tray is sure to be a hit at your next event!

The ingredients for this veggie tray are pretty simple.  Start by cutting your cauliflower into small bite-size pieces.  Place them on your tray and then arrange roughly into a snowman shape. And trust me, you do not have to be artistic.

You will also need additional veggies to surround your snowman.  We chose carrot sticks for the top portion, because Olaf has a carrot for his nose and it was a cute match!  Chop and peel whatever veggies you like and place them around Olaf.

We used pretzel sticks for his arms and hair.  I broke apart one pretzel stick and used it for his fingers.  For the face, I purchased an image on Etsy, because I knew that I was likely to use it again for something. Unfortunately it’s not available anymore! But you can draw your own on a piece of paper, or find another picture of Olaf on the web to print.

You can also use olives for his buttons which would be super cute.

Assemble your veggies on a tray and add the Olaf face, arms and hair and you have yourself a super fun veggies tray that kids will love!

Natalie Monson

I'm a registered dietitian, mom of 4, avid lover of food and strong promoter of healthy habits. Here you will find lots of delicious recipes full of fruits and veggies, tips for getting your kids to eat better and become intuitive eaters and lots of resources for feeding your family.

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