Throwing a Disney party does not need to break the bank. Though treats at the Disney parks can be pretty pricey, making Disney inspired treats at home is a pretty budget-friendly way to throw a Disney themed party! Here is a collection of 15 Frugal Disney Party Treats that I would love to add to my Disney party or date night!
15 Frugal Disney Party Treats
- Disney’s Frozen Olaf Marshmallow Pops– get the straws from the Dollar Tree to save even more money!
- The Grey Stuff from Be Our Guest (Beauty and the Beast). I made a huge batch of this for my #Disneyside party last year. I put the grey stuff in little clear plastic cups and adorned with some candy pearls. To save money, you could forgo the candy pearls and just use regular chocolate sprinkles.
- Cinderella Magic Want Treats– These treats are absolutely gorgeous!
- Mickey Mouse Cookie Treats– These are frugal and they take just 10 minutes to make!
- DIY Mickey Pretzels– Such a great idea to have a taste of Disney parks at home or at a party!
- You could make Dole Whips and have them frozen in individual cups for easy serving!
- Bare Necessities Fresh Fruit Pops. Foodie Fun uses fresh fruit, but I would make it more frugal by replacing frozen fruit for any fruit that is out of season.
- For a Lilo and Stitch inspired party, I made Lilo’s Hawaiian Snack Mix. Lilo’s Hawaiian Snack Mix is a mix of Goldfish crackers, tropical trail mix, and M&M’s. I served it in a sand pail with a shovel to dish it out!
- For a Cars Party you could do Black Wall Tires and Cozy Cones. I think these are super cute!
- Mickey Mouse Icecream Sandwiches
- For a Star Wars Party, sometimes just renaming normal snacks can add theming to a party! Vaderade was just Gatorade with a label added. Jar Jar Links in a Blanket are just pigs in a blanket.
- For Peter Pan Party, you could have Smee’s cannonballs or any of these cute and frugal food options from Mom’s Tot School.
- For a Frozen party you could also the theming of normal foods. I set out a bowl of chocolate and put a cute sign for it. Carrot sticks could be Olaf Noses, Pretzels can be Sven’s antlers, bottled water can be Melted Olaf, you could also draw snowman faces on cheese sticks.
- Here are some cute ideas from Confessions of an Over-worked Mom for a Winnie the Pooh Party!
- I especially love these Little Mermaid Ursula tentacle pretzels! They could be used for either a Little Mermaid party or a villains party.