The Freshman Cook: White Chocolate Popcorn – Dessert in A Bowl!!

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This weeks dessert is the perfect casual and fun treat for family movie night, neighborhood BBQ’s, slumber parties, or even football parties. It’s super easy to make, and slightly addicting!

White Chocolate Popcorn

2 (3.3oz) bags Microwave Popcorn

2 cups salted Peanuts

2 cups Craisins

2 (11oz) bags White Chocolate Chips

1 teaspoons Cinnamon

Microwave both bags of popcorn according 

to the bag directions.

We need a double boiler to melt the chocolate chips. 

Using a double boiler assures you that the chips

won’t burn while they melt, because they are melting by 

indirect heat. Because I don’t have a double boiler, I made my own. 

Fill a bottom pan with about 2-3 cups of water. 

Place a saucepan on top of the pan with the water.

The top pan should sit securely on the bottom pan.

It can lean, but it cannot touch the water in the pan.

It must stay up on the rim. Heat the water on medium high,

but do not let it boil.

Pour in 1 bag of chips to start melting.

Spray a spatula with pan spray.

Use the sprayed spatula to stir the melting white chocolate.

The spray will help the chocolate not stick to the spatula.

Add the second bag of chips to the pot

and melt them all together.

Put the popcorn in a large pot.

Add the peanuts.

Add the craisins.

Add the cinnamon.

Spray 2 cookie sheets with pan spray.

Pour the melted chocolate into the bowl with the

popcorn ingredients. Mix thoroughly.

Pour the mixed popcorn onto the 2 cookie sheets.

Distribute evenly between the two.

Allow the chocolate popcorn to set up for about 

an hour.

Once the popcorn is set (you can tell by just touching it to see if it is dry), use a spatula to transfer it to whatever you want to put it in, whether it is ….. a bowl…
or these cute little popcorn boxes.
Doesn’t that look great?
Enjoy!!! Thanks for joining me today! Please join me tomorrow! See you then!

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