From the Kitchen

White Chocolate Popcorn for a Holiday Treat

This sweet and savory popcorn will have your sweetheart begging for more. It’s got all the things you love, a perfect combination: popcorn, chocolate, and m&ms! Your kids will be asking to make this for every special occasion. You can’t get enough of this White Chocolate Popcorn!

White Chocolate Candy Popcorn

We love to make this for holidays and add in little chocolate candies that are in the colors of the holiday. Pink, red, and white are perfect for Valentine’s day. Or this dessert treat is perfect for packaging up in little cellophane bags tied with a ribbon to give as gifts during the holidays.

Ingredients:

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Method:

First, pop your popcorn. I used our Homemade Microwave Popcorn recipe, then poured it into a large bowl. I popped two bags to make what you see above.

Pour your melted white chocolate on top and stir. Toss in your m&ms, and mix it all around, getting your m&ms distributed everywhere.

Let this sit at room temperature for a couple of hours to let the chocolate harden, or you can put it in the fridge for 20 minutes or so. Then it’s ready to grab and munch. You can put a few handfuls into cute cellophane bags wrapped with ribbon to give as a Valentine’s treat to your loved ones.

White Chocolate Candy Popcorn
Ingredients
  • 8 cups popped popcorn
  • 1 cup melted white chocolate
  • 1 cup m&m candies
  • large mixing bowl
  • spoons
Instructions
  1. First, pop your popcorn. I used the Homemade Microwave Popcorn recipe, then poured it into a large bowl. I popped two bags to make what you see above.
  2. Pour your melted white chocolate on top and stir. Toss in your m&ms, and mix it all around, getting your m&ms distributed everywhere.
  3. Let this sit at room temperature for a couple of hours to let the chocolate harden, or you can put it in the fridge for 20 minutes or so. Then it's ready to grab and munch.

35 comments

  1. I love this site, and this souned great got everyting, made it DD loved the making of it but then no one wanted to EAT IT!! (what is up with that) so I had some and the rest went to friends, hey Mom can do choclate anytime. Thanks Shannon K

  2. Saw this on The Nester’s Tumblr and had to check it out. I’ve got almond bark left over from Christmas and popcorn. Off to raid the candy cabinet and see if there are any M&M’s up there. Sounds yummy. We make something called Floor Sweepings which is cheerios, chex, pretzel sticks, peanuts and M&Ms coated with white chocolate. Can’t wait to try the popcorn!

  3. You’ve become my “go to” site for ideas ;-) My kids are handing out your Chocolate Dipped Cupid Hearts to classmates. And, now I need to send in a gluten-free party food for their classrooms and I’m thinking White Chocolate Popcorn with Valentine Candies would be perfect!

    Thanks for all the great ideas!!!

  4. Oh my. This looks absolutely delicious!
    If I can remember to pick up some white chocolate and m&m’s the next time I’m at the store, this will be a perfect Valentine’s Treat!
    Thanks for the great idea!
    Linda
    littlefamilyfun.blogspot.com

  5. Could you use the white candy coating (almond bark) instead of white chocolate? I have some left from Christmas and need to use it. Thanks!

  6. Amanda – Good question, as we ate the above immediately! If you’re making this for teachers or neighbors, you could store it in a zip plastic bag or container for a couple of days. This popcorn is coated in chocolate, helping it from going stale too quick, but I wouldn’t let it sit too long.

  7. I think Bella bug and I will make some of these this weekend! How cute is this! I have this precious new kit I want to play with I think would be great to use with. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  8. Allyson – Looks yummy. Thanks for sharing the link!

    Denise – Sorry about the diet! :)

    Cindy – I love the idea of adding in peanuts! Or even m&m peanuts!! Thanks for the suggestion.

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