February 14, 2010

Candy Coated Popcorn

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!!
Wishing you all a love filled day.....full of sweetness!
We've been munching on this yummy candy coated popcorn....it's sooooo good!

Edit: Here's the recipe..you can change the colors and sprinkles to match any holiday, sports team colors, baby shower theme, etc. Enjoy!
Candy Coated Popcorn

3 bags microwave popcorn, any kind
1 bag Wilton candy coating discs
candy sprinkles

Pop popcorn. Spread out on waxed paper, removing any unpopped kernels. Place candy coating in glass dish and microwave in 30 second increments until melted. Drizzle candy coating over popcorn with spoon. Sprinkle candy sprinkles over popcorn while candy coating is still wet. Let cool, break apart candy covered popcorn. (White or chocolate almond bark can be used instead of the discs)

{Candy Coated Popcorn Recipe Card}
Stamps: Background Basics:Hearts
Ink: Sweet Blush, Vintage Tea Dye Duo
Paper: Sweet Blush, Rustic Cream
Other: Flower Punch, Sweet Blush Vintage Buttons, Scallop Die Template

14 comments:

Leanne said...

and Happy Valentines Day to you too, Mish! mmmm.... candy coated popcorn. Sounds yummy. And of course, your presentation makes it even more mouth watering. :)

dolcreations said...

Happy Valentines day to you too!

jen said...

YUMMY!!! Did you make that popcorn too {oh UBER talented one}? If so, your fans would love the recipe!!
Happy Valentines day!

Katie Lyn said...

Yes!! Please bring on that recipe!!

wanda50 said...

Happy Valentine's Day Mish,
Thanks for sharing your popcorn recipe with us. I had popcorn after church today but not candy coated. This will be a fun touch next time I have some. YUM...YUM...Thanksf for sharing and be wonderfully blessed!!!

Gail S. said...

Cute recipe card!! The popcorn looks so yummy :) Hope your Valentine's Day was wonderful.

Susan (susiestampalot) said...

Hi Mish! Happy Valentines Day! I hope yours was sweet. I LOVE candy popcorn and so do my kids. Instead of sprinkles though, I sprinkle M & M's over it before the almond bark has time to set. You can use the different "holiday" M & M's for different looks and colors--Christmas, Halloween, Valentine's, St. Patricks (Yep, I saw a whole bag of JUST green ones the other day!). so fun!

peggylee said...

Happy Valentines Day one day late, (but I was on the road all day yesterday)you won't mind, love the candy coated popcorn looks sooo cute and good, I want to try making this for my girls thanks

Sylvia said...

Oh so pretty, and looks yummy. Great idea. I was so disappointed last night, I could not connected to the Release Party. Kept giving message too many connected.

Anonymous said...

Hi Mish,
Love your card.... what font did you use? Love it!
Krista

Clare said...

Love your Doodads!!!! They really are fab! Moving over to the States in June and looking forward to getting my hands on all that crafting stuff that you seem to have over there!!!! Keep up the blog....I love it. :)

Denni said...

Love it! what font did you use?

Anonymous said...

I love everything you do! I also love the fonts you use. Which font did you use on the recipe card. It is darling - so appropriate for Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, etc.

Thanks, Carol

Winter said...

I make red hot popcorn every year for Valentine's Day and our family LOVES it! :)

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