Popcorn Balls

How do you make chocolate covered popcorn balls and caramel or toffee popcorn balls?

By Tricia from Daytona Beach, FL

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October 23, 20100 found this helpful

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3 Easy Steps To Making Caramel Popcorn Balls:

Step 1: Make your popcorn or you can use pre-made bagged popcorn (We recommend using gourmet mushroom popcorn from Just Poppin').

Step 2: Melt Chocoley Caramel and mix it with popcorn in a large bowl (until all of the popcorn is coated).

Step 3: Shape into balls of desired size. Set on a heavy weight dipping sheet lined tray in the refrigerator to harden.

That's it. Really, it's that easy!

To turn your popcorn ball into a ready-to-eat

Halloween Treat:

Step 1: Melt your favorite flavor of Chocoley Bada Bing Bada Boom Dipping & Enrobing Chocolate or Indulgence Ultra Couverture Dipping & Enrobing Chocolate according to the directions that came with your chocolate.

Step 2: Add black chocolate coloring oil to the chocolate and stir. Make sure that the coloring oil is not cold. If you need to, put the coloring oil in a sealed plastic bag and immerse it in hot water for a few minutes. (Black is the only color you can use with dark or milk chocolate. Other colors can only be used with white chocolate).

Step 3: Dip the popcorn ball into the chocolate and place onto heavy weight dipping sheets or a lined cookie sheet.

Step 4: Allow the chocolate to set up in the refrigerator.

Step 5: Decorate with white Chocoley Drizzle & Design Chocolate colored with orange coloring coloring oil.

Hope it works for you!

Happy Halloween!

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