9 dessert recipes Disney-lovers need for their next movie marathon

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Olaf marshmallow pops

As if eating Baymax wasn’t hard enough, you can officially chow down on Olaf, too. Based on the quirky but adorable snowman from Disney’s Frozen, these marshmallow pops are the equivalent of building a snowman — just with much tastier results.

As with all of these recipes, this one allows you to be as creative as you want. The most important part of the recipe is the making the actual marshmallow pop itself. Once you’ve got marshmallows on your stick, you can use all sorts of treats to make Olaf come to life (although, the recipe recommends Tootsie rolls and chocolate chips, and we’re here for that).

"Ingredients 3 Marshmallows (Jet-Puffed) 2 Mini Mashmallows Chocolate and Orange Tootsie Rolls Mini Chocolate Chips White Cookie Icing (Betty Crocker) Decorative Straws or Lollipop Sticks Instructions Start out by attaching three marshmallows together using the icing and lay them on wax paper to dry. Also add the mini marshmallows on the bottom. Flip them over and then add the mini chocolate chipis for the eyes and buttons using the icing. We made the other face details, arms, and hair by microwaving a large Tootsie Roll for 8 seconds, flattening it out, and then cutting it using kitchen scissors. For the arms, cut the Tootsie Roll into strips and then snip the ends to look like fingers. Press a half of a toothpick in the other side and press it in the side of the marshmallow. Do the same with for the hair. We shaped a small piece from a orange Tootsie Roll for the nose. We used icing to make the teeth. Press them on decorative straws or lollipop sticks and now you have a super cute Olaf Pop!"

(Recipe from Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons)