2 mars 2020

Elsa Muffins

Food Life

Easy, cheap, and fun activity for kids who love the movie Frozen! When my niece was with us last I had planned that we could bake something easy together as a fun little activity. Since she's 3 it can get pretty messy so I figured we'd try to do something simple. I saw these Elsa muffin cups at a Dollarstore for just 10:- = a dollar so I went a head and got them. Due to a misspurchase I actuelly had a package of finished dough for lemon muffins at home so instead of spritsing it straight into the muffin cups we put the finished dough in a bowl and added blue coloring to it to fit the Frozen theme. Once it was blue enough we put the dough in the cups together and into the oven. After dinner we put a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top with some blue sprinkles I had at home. She was so proud, so the remaining muffins we bagged up so she could take home to her mom and dad. 
If you would want to do these the way we did them all you need is:
  • One package of Frozen muffin cups 
  • Blue food coloring
  • Finished muffin dough / or make your own from scratch together.
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Blue Sprinkles
So excited to make her own Elsa muffins. Our fur baby also wanted to help. 
Big girl, putting the cups in the baking dish all by herself. (I forgot to check them discreetly if there was any doubles, so when we took them out there was a few extra cups on some but oh well. 
Finished with the first step, she loves princess Elsa so this was perfect!
She was excited about the color. 
Now we are putting our dough into the muffin cups.
And every great baker knows you have to taste to make sure it's good. This dough was very approved. 
After dinner we ate these as our dessert. We put a scoop of vanilla ice cream and blue and heart sprinkles on to fit our Frozen theme. 
My little heart and her Elsa dessert. 
She was so proud over her Elsa muffins that we bagged the remaining so she could take some home for her mom and dad. 
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