This White Chocolate Popcorn Recipe is to die for and I know this because we recently made it at a baby sprinkle we hosted. This easy recipe makes the perfect party favor for any occasion. My girlfriend and I decided to make this for baby sprinkle treat bags. I knew the Ready to Pop treat bags were a hit when I overheard a guest say it was the best popcorn she had ever tasted and then proceeded to ask us for another one to take home. So glad my friend Mackenzie brought this recipe into my life.
White Chocolate Popcorn Recipe
Supplies for Popcorn:
- Microwavable Popcorn
- Edible Sprinkles
- 1 1/2 cups almond bark (or white chocolate), melted
- Parchment paper
First, cook the popcorn according to your microwavable settings. Place in large bowl.
Melt almond bark in the microwave in 30 second intervals until completely smooth.
In a large bowl, pour the melted almond bark over the popcorn and scatter the sprinkles throughout the popcorn. Place popcorn flat on a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
Place the popcorn in the refrigerator until it hardens and molds together.
How to Make the Ready to Pop Treat Bags
Supplies for Ready to Pop Treat Bags
- White Circle Labels
- Ready To Pop Labels (Free to download)
- Gold Ribbon
- Clear Cellophane Bags
- Popcorn Bags of your color choice
- (I found mine at Target in the party aisle, but I can not find a link for you to order online. Guess you will have to make a trip to Target, rats! Sometimes that is a vacation though)
Place stickers on the front of the boxes.
Assemble the popcorn boxes and scoop popcorn into the containers.
Place box with the popcorn in the cellophane bags. Tie with a ribbon and then curl the ribbon with scissors to add some flair.
You are ready to go!
This white chocolate popcorn recipe can be tailored for any occasion: birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, etc. Simply buy a variety of sprinkles to match the color scheme of the event and come up with a creative label that matches the theme.
I am sad (yet thrilled) to say there were no leftovers for the hosts to talk home, but happy to report that we sampled plenty of popcorn while we were making them.
We simply could not resist tasting the popcorn. Hey, quality control, right?
I won’t lie – we also enjoyed a good glass of wine in the process. (FYI – Pinot Grigio pairs wonderfully with this recipe).
Making this recipe was a wonderful way to laugh with friends and make something special for the mom-to-be and party guests alike. We are excited to meet the little precious girl soon. We know she had to enjoy the popcorn her mommy was eating long after the baby sprinkle ended.
What popcorn flavor is your favorite to make? Do you think you would like the white chocolate popcorn recipe we made?