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White Chocolate Valentine Popcorn

We have a bit of a Valentine's party with the grands over here every year.  A favorite treat is always the Valentine popcorn, which is also easy to package in clear cellophane bags and tie with a red ribbon as a take-home treat.  

  • 2 packages microwave popcorn, popped (white or kettle corn variety)...about 16 cups
  • 8 oz. / 225 gram package Baker's white chocolate squares, melted*
  • 1 cup pink and red Smarties or M&M's.
  1. Place popcorn in large mixing bowl.
  2. Melt chocolate according to directions on package.
  3. Pour warm chocolate over popcorn and toss to coat.
  4. Add candies and stir well.
  5. Allow to cool.
  6. Package as you please.
*You can substitute white chocolate chips, but they must be of good quality or they will clump when melting.



  1. Twits. Okay, this sounds so delicious and I have everything I need. Wonder if those grands of mine have developed a taste for popcorn yet.

  2. Please feel free to delete all comments. Ha! I can do better later.

  3. Sounds yummy, I think I'm going to have to try kids will love it.

  4. I have actually been looking for an inexpensive Valentine's treat to give out to friends and family. This one looks fantastic. Thank you so much for posting!

  5. Gosh, what an easy treat! I'll make some to share with my grands... thanks!

  6. Oooo that sounds delish - a package of this might be included with the valentine pkg. going to Alberta!? We all love, love popcorn!

  7. What a terrific idea. Will definately have to whip this up sometime.

  8. Sounds delicious! What a great idea for a V-day treat.

  9. oooh super yum! - can't wait to make this one!

  10. I made this last night for my sons grade 4 classroom party, it was so good! Finally had to pack it away in zip lock bags...way to tempting! Thanks, I will be making this for years to come, I know!


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