3 Reviews

These worked out perfectly. I also mixed in a roasting pan. I sprayed it and my spoon and finally all the little helper hands with cooking spray. We had five kids and one adult working with these and were done in about 3 minutes. You really need to press them into the shape of the ball or they'll fall apart. Fun and yummy. Thanks!

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CareCook October 25, 2008

These were easy and fun - the teddy grahams were what caught my attention. I used a roasting pan for mixing - make sure you have something large! Like Kit says, it does set up quickly, but just keep some butter/margarine close by to keep your hands greased while you're working with the mixture and you'll be fine. I got about 30 out of the recipe. (I made popcorn balls that fit comfortably in a cupped adult-sized hand) Thanks for posting!

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pattikay in L.A. October 13, 2008

I LOVE these and for some reason never thought to write a review.<br/>These are completely awesome. I have made them every Halloween since 2010 or 09. Never will stop making these. Only adjustment i ever made was less candy corn or more marshmallow only because my family doesnt care for that candy and i LOVE gooey marshmallow. I find it so funny when I see popcorn balls in Rite aid. So plain and nothing loaded. I would never buy those. These are it.<br/><br/>I appreciate this recipe so much and I am going to continue making these every year for the rest of my life!

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Cjolilo October 31, 2013
Loaded Candy Popcorn Balls