Milk Chocolate Caramel Popcorn Mix

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We have family movie night every Friday in our family.  It’s a big deal.  It’s one of our favorite parts of each week- and we pile on blankets and each other and snuggle down for family chill time.  Of course, with movies….often comes popcorn.  Given that it’s fall, we’ve been looking to mix up the regular popcorn we make, so when Kernel Seasons sent us a box of their popcorn seasonings, we decided that this week’s treat would be sweet.  (Next week, we’re on to cheesy). milk-chocolate-caramel-popcorn-mix

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Milk Chocolate Caramel Popcorn Mix
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Recipe type: Snack
Cuisine: American
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Serves: 8
 
Fun and simple popcorn snack mix
Ingredients
  • 2 bags natural white popcorn, popped with kernels removed (or air popped- about 5 cups popped)
  • 1 bag Wilton candy melts (white)
  • 1-2 cups Milk Chocolate Caramel Candy Corn
  • Kernel Seasons Milk Chocolate Caramel
  • Kernel Seasons Caramel
  • Rice Chex or Pretzels (broken into pieces)
  • Festive sprinkles
Instructions
  1. Pop popcorn and remove unpopped kernels
  2. Melt chocolates (20 second intervals) in microwave or stovetop
  3. Pour chocolate over popped corn
  4. Mix in cereal or pretzels (or both!)
  5. Add sprinkles and candy corn to your liking
  6. Serve with milk or water

 

 

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  • I love popcorn. Those seasonings look like they would taste awesome. I’m going to have to try them.

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  • This is great, I love mixing things in with my popcorn, I think I’ll leave out the candy corns though, I really do not like candy corn, I never have.

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  • I will make this sometime. My kids loved Popcorn!

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    • popcorn never gets old

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