White chocolate cranberry popcorn is a perfect snack for Christmas Eve. Your family will love it, so make sure you have plenty of this easy recipe on hand!
White chocolate popcorn crack is a sweet and salty snack that is perfect for the holidays. It’s easy to make, but can be pricey if you don’t want to use store-bought ingredients.
When I was a youngster, whenever my family and I went to the movies, my sister would purchase a huge popcorn and I would order nothing. Popcorn by itself has never appealed to me. My aunt Daisy, on the other hand, cooked this sweet popcorn snack for Thanksgiving’s second dessert a few years ago (because there are numerous desserts on Thanksgiving, obviously). And every time I go to the movies with my sister and she gets popcorn, I think of how nothing compares to that white chocolate popcorn. Something about the combination of sweet and salty makes your taste receptors exclaim “ooh-ee!” And the cinnamon adds just the right amount of warmth to this dessert (/snack? dinner? lol).
For the popcorn, follow these instructions:
popcorn (two bags) (any kind will do as long as it is salted and buttered) 1 white chocolate chips (1/2 cup) 3/4 cup cranberries, dried 3 tblsp butter (unsalted) 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon powder sprinkle of salt
Cook the popcorn as directed on the packaging. Mix in the dried cranberries and pour into a sheet pan.
Then melt the butter and chips together in a double broiler until smooth. Toss the popcorn and cranberries in the melting chocolate until well covered. Toss the mixture once more with the salt and cinnamon. Allow chocolate to firm before storing for up to three days in an airtight container. Greetings, popcorn trails!
Watch This Video-
The “popcorn trail mix recipe with chocolate” is a recipe that combines popcorn, cranberries, and white chocolate. The snack is perfect for any occasion.
- popcorn pretzel chocolate mix
- popcorn peanuts and white chocolate
- chocolate drizzled popcorn recipe
- how to make chocolate popcorn in microwave
- black and white popcorn recipe