Disney’s Frozen Zanai Chocolate Eggs

If you watched the movie Frozen closely, you may have gotten the hint that Elsa and Anna love chocolate. So I guess it’s appropriate that Zanai has released a set of miniature figurines in their signature chocolate eggs:

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They’re smiling because… they love chocolate!

But as we all know, it’s what’s inside that really counts, so:


Does one of the Love Experts love chocolate too?

This set contains every main character from the movie, and in the case of the Princesses, two costume variations each to make things interesting. Or… to make you buy more chocolate eggs to get the complete set!


Three almost identical Rock Trolls? Really?

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Slighty different makes all the difference. Right. And my wife married a fixer upper. Wait…

Of course, the main character that everyone is ga-ga over is Elsa, and I got her in her Ice Dress costume:


Lastly, from the four eggs I bought for the purpose of this post, I got what might arguably be everyone’s favorite character from the movie Frozen:



Although funny at times, this character I just didn’t get. It’s never explained why Elsa had the power to unknowingly create life from snow, and why Olaf ended up one of the by-products of Elsa’s snowy tantrum. Also, he seems to have the memories of the girls earlier playtime when he states that he loves ‘warm hugs’.

For me, Olaf is just one of the many plot holes in the movie Frozen. But fortunately I like chocolate, so buying these Zanai eggs was no hardship! Although I wish I had gotten Marshmallow the Snow Monster instead of two Rock Trolls.

I have to admit, I am one of the (hopefully many) who just didn’t like this film. I can’t ratify any of the decisions the parents made, or Elsa’s decision to continue to honor those decisions, or her actions after her Coronation (trying to kill her sister using an ice monster, anyone?) Oh well, in the end, I guess I’ll just have to ‘let it go!’

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