First start off by popping your bag of popcorn, set aside until needed.
Pour 6 oz. of the blue candy melts into a small microwaveable bowl. Place in the microwave for 60 seconds. Stir. It may need 10 more seconds, it depends on your microwave, but if the chocolates are all smooth and melted it is done. Do the same for the brown chocolate melts.
Pour the popcorn to make an even layer, in a glass pan. With a spoon drizzle the blue all over the popcorn until gone. Then do the same with the brown.
Place in the freezer for about 15 minutes or until the chocolate has hardened.
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We tried this the other night it tasted great.
Add sugar and syrup to melted butter and bring to a boil while stirring. Simmer 3 minutes. Remove from heat; add vanilla and peanut butter; blend. Pour over popcorn and mix well. These can be made into balls.
To make a simple sweet popcorn snack, just sprinkle your freshly popped unbuttered popcorn with salt and sugar to taste. Kids love this and it is much easier to make than kettle corn or caramel corn.
Make fancy popcorn to your liking!
I am looking for the recipe posted a few weeks ago for some kind of popcorn mixture. The ingredients included microwave popcorn, marshmallows, chocolate chips, and peanut butter.
This is so good!
Mix popcorn and cereal in large bowl. Drizzle margarine over popcorn mixture, tossing frequently to coat. Mix sugar and cinnamon; sprinkle on popcorn mixture, tossing frequently to coat evenly.
Recipe for Choco-PB Kernels. In a large bowl, combine marshmallows and chocolate chips. Meanwhile, per directions, pop the popcorn, removing all un-popped kernels. Add hot popped popcorn to the large bowl (with chocolate chips and marshmallows), stirring gently.
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Can anyone tell me where I can buy pink popcorn or the easiest way to make it? I am after some for my lolly buffet that I will be having for my wedding. Hope you's can help. Thanks guys.
By Carmen A.
When I was a kid we would soak the kernels in red and green food coloring at Christmas time then let dry a few days before we popped it for popcorn balls. You could probably do the same.
You can drizzle food dye over the kernels and then pop.
I had some huckleberry glazed popcorn, by Killian Corn,inc. I am wondering if anyone has a recipe that would be comparable, to the one they use, or perhaps the exact one they use. this would be wonderful.
I'd use some huckleberry syrup, pour over some popped corn and crisp up in the oven for an hour at 250. Stir every 15 minutes or so. You could try a little at first to test. You might want to add some corn syrup or honey to the syrup to make it thicker. I've never had their huckleberry corn but do think this would make something similar.
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Here's a recipe for Orange Glazed Corn
2/3 cup orange juice
1 1/4 cups sugar
1/8 cup white corn syrup
1 grated rind of an orange
1/2 cup popcorn -- popped (pop 1/2 cup of popcorn so the measurement will be much larger when corn is popped.)
In heavy saucepan, put the orange juice, sugar, corn syrup and rind. Cook over a moderate heat until it reaches 280F on a candy thermometer. Pour over popped corn.
Make popcorn with coconut oil. Mix the popped corn with salt and drizzled honey for a delicious treat.
Once you have popped corn a delicious treat can be made by coating with caramel and baking it. This is a page about baked caramel popcorn.