Although the film was released in November, kids continue to go crazy over Frozen. They sing every song , style their hair like Elsa and Anna , and create the cutest Frozen crafts . Heck, they literally eat up the film! From sweet breakfasts to savory snacks, there are plenty of fun ways to incorporate your child's favorite film into their food. Scroll through to see some beautiful (and tasty) works of Frozen food art.
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Kids' mouths will water over this Sven-inspired dish  from The Joys of Boys.
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What better way to start the day than with a pancake Olaf?
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Turn a bland breakfast of toast and fruit into a Frozen family portrait.
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This bento box provides the perfect amount of rice, veggies, and meat.
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All you need to make an edible Anna are some salad staples.
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Ella's Enchanted Forest
Warm up your tot with this cute Elsa-inspired creation.
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One Tasty Olaf
If you think Bento Monster's edible Olaf  is cute, wait till you see her Anna bento box .
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The Trials of Pinterest says you can use any ingredients to create this Frozen sandwich .
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Let It Dough?
The key to Lunchbox Dad's Elsa sandwich  — yummy dough!
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If your kids can't decide between Elsa and Olaf, serve smaller versions of both!
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