Winter White Popcorn

Winter White Popcorn created by Heather Sullivan

My girlfriend brought this to our New Years Eve party last year and it was the hit of the evening. She graciously shared the recipe with me. A super yummy snack.

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  • Put the popped popcorn, Rice Krispies, and peanuts in a large bowl.
  • Melt the white chocolate wafers.
  • Mix the melted white chocolate together with the peanut butter.
  • Pour the white chocolate mixture into the bowl with the popcorn mixture and stir.
  • Place on two or three baking pans and let the chocolate harden.
  • Break up the larger pieces and it's ready to serve.
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"My girlfriend brought this to our New Years Eve party last year and it was the hit of the evening. She graciously shared the recipe with me. A super yummy snack."

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  1. AuburnChica
    This was really good! The white chocolate goes well with the salty peanuts. The Rice Krispies give it a nice crunch, along with the popcorn. We made only 1/4 of the recipe since there are only two of us. After we made it, we wished we had more.
  2. lovin to cook
    this was amazing - i added some chocolate chex mix, reeses pieces, and used mixed nuts, rather than peanuts. I also added more peanut butter, and drizzled chocolate over the top of the dried pieces. This was delicious and so addictive! I was a bit unsure of the idea of making 14 cups of popcorn, but it was not as large of an amount as it sounds! Great recipe!
  3. Cookiegirlandi
    Love it! Kept well in ziplock baggie.
  4. Heather Sullivan
    Winter White Popcorn Created by Heather Sullivan
  5. Heather Sullivan
    I made a quarter batch of this stuff and it's great! The peanut butter really cuts down on the sickly sweetness of the milk chocolate, as does the salted peanuts. The rice krispies adds a nice crunch compared to the popcorn. I just poured the mixture onto some foil, instead of using a baking pan, for easy clean up. The clumps seemed to fall apart easily though so I'm not sure how good of a party nibble it would be. More casual dining or in front of the TV munching snack.
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