I wouldn’t consider myself a conspiracy theorist, but what do you think the chances are that this winter’s freakishly cold temps and heavy amounts of snow are all masterminded by Disney’s marketing department as a tool to promote the movie Frozen?
Think about it.
Just…. think about it.
We’ve seen it three times. In the theater. Do you know how expensive it is for a family of four to go to a movie theater? The soundtrack is on in the car. Every time we get into the car. And last week, when we dropped Ben off at daycare, we got out of our car as another father and daughter were opening their car door. And guess what was playing in their car.
Still think it’s a coincidence?
I know I’ve got Frozen on the brain! When I was brainstorming ideas for this month’s Inspiration Challenge (cohosted with Melissa at Simply Sweets by Honeybee), I couldn’t help but think of the movie where only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart.
If you haven’t seen the movie, you may not get this (but I can’t imagine you haven’t seen it….). At one point, Anna asks Kristoff if he’s some sort of “love expert”. He replies “no, but I have friends who are.” So I made Kristoff’s friends. The love experts.
If you saw the movie, you get why I wrote “Sven’s friends”. If you didn’t see it, just go on thinking it’s a typo. Then go see the movie. It will also explain why the love experts are rocks.
I’m not a cake pop maker. Cake pops and I have a love hate relationship. I love to eat them, hate to make them. These are Oreo truffles. A thousand times easier, and OMG, drop what you’re doing and shove three in your face amazing.
- 18 Oreos
- 4 oz cream cheese, softened
- candy melts (to get the grey, I used 1 cup of pure white and 1/4 cup of black)
- Crush those Oreos into teeny tiny crumbs.
- Mix together the crumbs with the cream cheese until the crumbs come together and a soft dough forms (I found it easiest to use a hand held mixer)
- Using a tablespoon sized scoop, form the crumb mixture into balls and set aside.
- Melt the candy melts together as per the package instructions.
- Drop a ball of crumb mixture into the melted candy coating and roll it around until it’s covered. Slide a fork or slotted spoon under the ball and lift it out of the coating. Gently tap the fork on the side of the bowl to shake off the extra candy coating.
- Set the ball on wax paper. Sprinkle with green coarse sugar or sprinkles. Allow to harden completely.
This makes about 18.
This is what Kristoff’s friends really look like. If you’re more into cookies. I didn’t make a tutorial, but I used a Hello Kitty face cutter to make them.
Now, head over to Simply Sweets by Honeybee to see the gorgeous cookies she made. I “LOVE” them! And make sure you add a link to your love-themed project to her Linky Party. And start thinking about March’s Inspiration Challenge: The Sky.
If you like this, you may like
- Love Cookies
- Roger and Jessica Rabbit Cookies
- Star Wars Valentines Cookies
- Marge and Homer Simpson Cookies by Simply Sweets by Honeybee
- Nerdy Valentine Cookies by The Cookie Puzzle
- “Love Muffin” wrappers by Mighty Delighty