White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn

Does anyone else ever hit the middle of the afternoon and just need a sweet little pick me up? That’s when recipes like this White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn come in very, very handy.

It’s quick and easy, it’s sweet with just a hint of salty, and best of all, it’s got sprinkles.  Who doesn’t love adding a dose of color and brightness to their food? It just makes everything happier, and it also makes it so much more appealing to kids. You wouldn’t believe how quiet my house gets when I hand out bowls of this White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn to my boys for a snack! They also love this Pumpkin Pie Kettle Corn recipe too!…

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When it comes to the popcorn, I like popping mine on the stove top with a little coconut oil, but you can use any popcorn you like. If you use some that’s flavored or seasoned (like the microwave bagged kind), I would recommend skipping the salt—you don’t want it to be too savory! The idea is to have just a hint of salt to offset the sweetness of the white chocolate.

Let’s talk sprinkles next. I don’t recommend colored sugars or nonpareils (the tiny little balls), but Jimmies (the long, skinny variety) or confetti sprinkles (the flat discs or shaped ones) stick to the popcorn well. And if you want to make a custom mix, any craft store with a cake decorating and baking section should have a variety of colors and shapes, meaning you can make your own mix to customize colors. That means you can customize this popcorn for parties (click here for some football watch party inspiration) and holidays. Green and red for Christmas, hearts for Valentine’s Day, a rainbow mix just because…the possibilities are endless! 

White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn

      Ingredients

      • 1 teaspoon butter
      • 1/4 cup sprinkles
      • 1/2 teaspoon salt
      • 12 cups popped popcorn
      • 12 ounces white chocolate chips

      Instructions

      • Place the popcorn into a large bowl and set out a large baking sheet
      • In a microwaveable bowl, combine the white chocolate and butter. Microwave until smooth and completely melted, stirring every 10-15 seconds to make sure that the chocolate doesn’t burn.
      • Once it has completely melted, drizzle it over the popcorn in the bowl, tossing it with fork until all of it is covered.
      • Immediately spread it out on the baking sheet, and sprinkle with the sprinkles and salt before the chocolate has hardened.
      • Let the chocolate cool and harden completely, then break it up in pieces. Store in an airtight container for up to a week.

      Don’t forget to share your popcorn creations with us on Instagram using the hashtag #sugarandclothloves, we love seeing all of your creations!

      Rebecca of Good Things Baking Co

      rebecca of good things baking co for sugar & cloth

      By day she’s a crime-fighting, baby wrangling super mom, and by night (and nap-times) she uses her experience cooking for 9 siblings and passion for cookbooks to create the beautiful recipes and photos behind Good Things Baking Co.

      Read more from Rebecca of Good Things Baking Co

      White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn

      Does anyone else ever hit the middle of the afternoon and just need a sweet little pick me up? That’s when recipes like this White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn come in very, very handy.

      It’s quick and easy, it’s sweet with just a hint of salty, and best of all, it’s got sprinkles.  Who doesn’t love adding a dose of color and brightness to their food? It just makes everything happier, and it also makes it so much more appealing to kids. You wouldn’t believe how quiet my house gets when I hand out bowls of this White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn to my boys for a snack! They also love this Pumpkin Pie Kettle Corn recipe too!…

      diy white chocolate funfetti popcorn by top Houston lifesyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth #recipes #entertaining #idea

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      white chocolate funfetti popcorn by top Houston lifesyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth #recipes #entertaining #idea

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      delicious white chocolate funfetti popcorn by top Houston lifesyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth #recipes #entertaining #idea

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      holiday white chocolate funfetti popcorn by top Houston lifesyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth #recipes #entertaining #idea

      When it comes to the popcorn, I like popping mine on the stove top with a little coconut oil, but you can use any popcorn you like. If you use some that’s flavored or seasoned (like the microwave bagged kind), I would recommend skipping the salt—you don’t want it to be too savory! The idea is to have just a hint of salt to offset the sweetness of the white chocolate.

      Let’s talk sprinkles next. I don’t recommend colored sugars or nonpareils (the tiny little balls), but Jimmies (the long, skinny variety) or confetti sprinkles (the flat discs or shaped ones) stick to the popcorn well. And if you want to make a custom mix, any craft store with a cake decorating and baking section should have a variety of colors and shapes, meaning you can make your own mix to customize colors. That means you can customize this popcorn for parties (click here for some football watch party inspiration) and holidays. Green and red for Christmas, hearts for Valentine’s Day, a rainbow mix just because…the possibilities are endless! 

      White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn

          Ingredients

          • 1 teaspoon butter
          • 1/4 cup sprinkles
          • 1/2 teaspoon salt
          • 12 cups popped popcorn
          • 12 ounces white chocolate chips

          Instructions

          • Place the popcorn into a large bowl and set out a large baking sheet
          • In a microwaveable bowl, combine the white chocolate and butter. Microwave until smooth and completely melted, stirring every 10-15 seconds to make sure that the chocolate doesn’t burn.
          • Once it has completely melted, drizzle it over the popcorn in the bowl, tossing it with fork until all of it is covered.
          • Immediately spread it out on the baking sheet, and sprinkle with the sprinkles and salt before the chocolate has hardened.
          • Let the chocolate cool and harden completely, then break it up in pieces. Store in an airtight container for up to a week.

          Don’t forget to share your popcorn creations with us on Instagram using the hashtag #sugarandclothloves, we love seeing all of your creations!

          Rebecca of Good Things Baking Co

          rebecca of good things baking co for sugar & cloth

          By day she’s a crime-fighting, baby wrangling super mom, and by night (and nap-times) she uses her experience cooking for 9 siblings and passion for cookbooks to create the beautiful recipes and photos behind Good Things Baking Co.

          Read more from Rebecca of Good Things Baking Co

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