Frozen has topped the box office with $1.1 billion in North America and is on track to break the $1 billion mark for the first time this weekend.
In fact, the movie has already crossed the $700 million mark domestically, making it the most profitable animated film of the year.
But how did Frozen become so popular in 2017?
Here’s what we learned from our experts and what Frozen is really about.
What are the best Disney Frozen treats?
Frozen: the film is a feast for the eyes.
There are more than a dozen Frozen food items to choose from and they’re all delicious.
But don’t forget to try the Frozen Fries and Friesicles.
The food is served with a generous portion of the Frozen Frozen dessert.
Frozen is the only movie ever made in Frozen Land and its food has been given the Frozen name.
Disney Frozen food is a must-have in every Frozen fan’s diet.
How does Frozen taste?
Frozen is a Frozen film.
Its visual style is reminiscent of Frozen and Frozen-inspired desserts, but the Frozen Food is actually made with real ice cream.
Frozen Fruits and Frozen Frozen desserts are all delicious and unique.
Frozen Frozen Fritters are a perfect treat to add to any Frozen party.
Frozen frozen custard is a frozen version of custard that’s dipped in a delicious and creamy ice cream that’s made from real ice.
Frozen Hot Chocolate is a classic Disney dessert that’s just the right amount of sweet and creamy to satisfy even the most demanding palate.
Frozen Chocolate is also a great addition to a Frozen dessert party.
Frottage and fakes are also popular.
Frozen desserts and fritters have been used for decades in both the film and Frozen Food world.
Frozen Food has been created to be fun, yet also healthy.
Does Frozen taste like real ice?
Frozen Frozen Frozen Food Are you ready to experience Frozen?
Frozen is an entirely fictional film, but we do believe in making Frozen-themed entertainment and have created a fun and delicious way to enjoy Frozen.
We hope you’ll join us in enjoying this new Frozen food that has been infused with the world of Frozen.