How to Win the 4th of July Snack Showdown

Photo courtesy SixSistersStuff.com

 

If you’re in a hurry, not that great in the kitchen, or just kind of lazy because you’ve been binge watching the newest season of The Crown, this Patriotic Popcorn recipe is perfect!

Here’s what you need for this yummy, sweet and salty concoction:

  • Wax paper
  • 2 (2.75 ounce) bags popped kettle corn
  • 2 cups white chocolate chips
  • 2 cups red, white and blue M&Ms
  • Red, white and blue sprinkles
  1. Cover a baking sheet with wax paper.
  2. Pop kettle corn in microwave according to package directions and spread out on prepared baking sheet. Remove any unpopped kernels.
  3. Place white chocolate chips in a large ziploc bag and microwave for 2 minutes, in 30 second intervals, squeezing the bag each time to help the chocolate melt.
  4. Once the white chocolate chips are melted, cut a small corner off the bottom of the ziploc bag and drizzle melted white chocolate over popcorn.
  5. Top with M&Ms and sprinkles.
  6. Let chocolate set up and serve.

Boom! And we’re not talking about fireworks.

This recipe is courtesy of SixSistersStuff.com…they’ve got plenty more yummy recipes to check out! 

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