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This came out very nice. I made half a batch, because my bag of micro popcorn only yielded 6 cups of popcorn. I used red, green & gold edible glitter because I made this for a holiday cookie swap. The final product is very pretty and tasty, too. The white chocolate did take some of the crunch out of the popcorn and that's really the only thing I don't like about this recipe. (I did taste it while it was still a little warm and was not thrilled with the taste...the white chocolate overpowered it. Be sure to wait until it's completely cool and dry to taste it. The flavors come together great.) Thanks for posting!
Everyone at the party liked this popcorn.
Good snack for a party. At first I thought it was going to be sticky but it finally did solidify, so just be patient. I think it was even better the next day so go ahead and make it ahead of tim. I was afraid the popcorn would get soggy so made it right away. I used a microwave popcorn popper and just added a little popcorn salt. I also used pecans instead of mixed nuts. This makes a pretty big batch. I had twelve guests and still had a little left over so I would say this serves more like 12.
Absolutely fabulous! Took care of my sweet-tooth without being too much! The salty nuts and cranberries were a super counterpoint. Loved by one and all who ate it!
Could get the gold cake powder but this was a hit any way. Make for an Academy Awards party and it was the walk-away favorite of the night.
Warning, warning, highly habit forming! This is so good and so easy to make. I used pecan halves instead of the salted mixed nuts. It makes quick work of holiday gift giving.