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Used this with Carmel popcorn #57591. Awesome recipe.
Have not accomplished this successfully yet, but a comment may save some other's attempts. I used already popped corn, in a bag from Bed, Bath, and Beyond -- where 3 people stopped to tell me what wonderful popcorn it was ! (What I ate plain IS tasty !!) I used bittersweet chocolate bits, which sort of just clumped up after nuking. I asked the chef, who said be very attentive to the melting -- chips should retain their shape but be easily stirred to melted. I think bittersweet may act differently than milk chocolate. Second important thing to watch -- recipe says "CARAMEL" popped corn -- the BB&B was not. I believe the hard shell keeps the corn from becoming soggy. By the time my chocolate had hardened, the corn was no longer crisp. I am not giving up !! The Moose Munch website says Target carries it -- but not in MY hometown !! Next time I will use the specified ingredients BEFORE making any changes ! Thanks for your help, Luvs2Cook.
I used leftover carmel corm form harry and david! added Mini Marshmallows, and honey roasted peanuts! I used about 2 cup caramel corn, 1 cup marshmallows and 1 cup peanuts 8 oz of melted dark chocolate apeels! I make candy so this I always have on hand. Great way to use up stuff in my cubbard and left over chocolate in my chocolate melting pot
This was a big hit at my daughter birthday party....So easy...
While my friends and family all agreed it was delicious and imposible to stay out of, there was much discusion about how to make it more 'Harry and David' like. We thought perhaps adding some dark chocolate chips in the mix. I'll try that next time. But they only got half of the recipe (it makes a lot more than it seems) the rest went with me to jury duty where all of the jurers loved it and considered it our celebration food after dliberations. It is very hard not to just sit and eat and eat and eat. Sigh (of contentment)......