Pinterest has caught my attention. If you not familiar with Pinterest, here is a little information…
Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. People use pin boards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes. Check out this link to learn more. I warn you… Pinterest is fun and addicting.
I have found many new recipes, blogs and ideas of all sorts. Pinned on my “Future Recipes” board recently was this Christmas Popcorn from Easie Peasie blog. I added peanuts and stirred in my sprinkles instead of layering them on the top of the final product. I renamed it “White Chocolate Popcorn” and bagged it up to sell at our elementary school’s bake sale which will be held before our third grader’s program. Thanks, Tiffany, for sharing this on Easie Peasie and on Pinterest.
|Start with fresh, popped yellow popcorn.
Add a little salt.
Note; I’m still using the Stir Crazy I
got as a wedding gift in 1978. They knew how
to make popcorn poppers back then.
|Add melted, white chocolate chips.
I added a few peanuts to the mix.
Stir, until popcorn is coated with chocolate.
|Add sprinkles of choice and stir.
These are red and green Christmas sprinkles.
Christmas trees and holly.
|I put one cup of “White Chocolate Popcorn” in
each bag and tied it with a simple