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15 Frugal Disney Party Treats

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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

  1. Disney’s Frozen Olaf Marshmallow Pops– get the straws from the Dollar Tree to save even more money! frozen marshmallow pops
  2.  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. 
  3. Cinderella Magic Want Treats– These treats are absolutely gorgeous!
  4. Mickey Mouse Cookie Treats– These are frugal and they take just 10 minutes to make! mickey-mouse-treats-561x700
  5. DIY Mickey Pretzels– Such a great idea to have a taste of Disney parks at home or at a party!
  6. You could make Dole Whips and have them frozen in individual cups for easy serving! DIY-Dole-whip-1
  7. 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.
  8. 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! lilos-hawaiian-party-mix
  9. For a Cars Party you could do Black Wall Tires and Cozy Cones. I think these are super cute! cars image11
  10. Mickey Mouse Icecream Sandwiches
  11. 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. vaderadejarjarlinks
  12. For  Peter Pan Party, you could have Smee’s cannonballs or any of these cute and frugal food options from Mom’s Tot School.
  13. 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. disneyside-stuff-chocolate-in-face
  14. Here are some cute ideas from Confessions of an Over-worked Mom for a Winnie the Pooh Partyhealthy-party-ideas-pooh-bumble-bee-favor
  15. I especially love these Little Mermaid Ursula tentacle pretzels! They could be used for either a Little Mermaid party or a villains party.

 

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