Thursday, January 13, 2011

White Chocolate Popcorn

Of course, trying to portray the deliciousness of white chocolate on white popcorn in a white box is nearly impossible, but this simple to make treat is simply delicious!  

I was first introduced to this sweet and salty ambrosia by my friend, Anne, who brought a giant bowl of it to a school Valentine's Party a few years ago.  Guess what?  It all disappeared.  Consider this your fair warning.  Whatever you make will be consumed!  It's that addicting!

I knew this would be the perfect treat for movie night on our FOURTH snow day!

White Chocolate Popcorn
Recipe Courtesy of Anne Pryor

2 Bags Orville Redenbacher's Tender White Microwave Popcorn, Popped
8-oz high quality white chocolate, melted

Note:  According to Anne, best results are obtained by using Orville Redenbacher's Tender White microwave popcorn.  Because my new, fancy convection/microwave oven does everything but pop popcorn, I resorted to the old-fashioned stove top method and also achieved great results.  

Pop two bags of popcorn or fill your biggest bowl with stove topped popcorn.  Melt one package of high quality white chocolate chips.  Drizzle on top of the popcorn and mix to combine.  Spread the popcorn  on parchment paper to dry.  

Eat, serve, or fill some cellophane bags for a delicious gift!


  1. Hi Rachel!
    We stuck your blog in our RSS feed and have enjoyed hearing updates on your family. What a special snow week for you all!!

    Just had to comment on this one. I tried a recipe from another blog that added finely crushed candy canes (to get rid of all those extras after Christmas) after drizzling the white choc. Ooh. It was good. Ate waay too much. Might be a good Valentine's treat, too.

    Take care,

  2. The candy canes sound like a great addition and I do have some taking up space in the pantry......... Sounds like a great Valentine's teacher gift!

    Great to hear from you!