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Can we talk about how excited I am for FROZEN to be released on DVD? I haven’t been this excited for a kid movie since… well, I was a kid.
My kids and I headed to Walmart earlier in the week to pick up some FROZEN merchandise and a few boxes of Eggo waffles to make a FROZEN-inspired snack. And by the way, Walmart will have the FROZEN dvd for $14.96 on the release date, March 18th. And you can find a coupon for $5 off the dvd inside specially marked Eggo waffles (24-count).
The kids are equally obsessed with FROZEN – most likely because I remind them each day how many more days we have until we can watch it – so they loved all the toys. The sleigh is especially cute because the “snow” in the back pops around when the sleigh moves.
For my FROZEN-inspired snack, I made these wafflewiches! I used my favorite Eggo waffles (the Nutri-grain Honey Oat) and then filled them with frozen yogurt. Get it? Frozen yogurt? Like FROZEN the movie? I know, so clever.
And then since FROZEN takes place in a snowy world, I added some blue and white sprinkles to some of the wafflewiches and marshmallows bits to the others. It’s like a winter wonderland inside a waffle!
They were so good. If you are like me and only eat ice cream out of waffle cones, you will love them! And switch things up to suit your preferences: chocolate chip waffles, strawberry ice cream, maybe a layer of hot fudge? Just go for it!
- Toast the Eggo waffles well. You want them to be crisp enough so the frozen yogurt doesn't make it mushy. Let cool completely.
- Soften the frozen yogurt by microwaving it for about 10 seconds. Put 1/2 cup of frozen yogurt on 4 of the waffles and spread to the sides. Top with another waffle.
- Put the sprinkles in one bowl and the marshmallows in another. Roll the wafflewiches in the desired topping.
- Serve immediately!