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Perfect for Halloween Parties or Spooky lunch boxes, this Ghost Popcorn – White Chocolate Popcorn is easy to make and frightfully cute!
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My husband loves popcorn. It’s one of his favorite snacks and while he loves plain ol’ butter popcorn for snacking, I LOVE creating fun popcorn treats for gifts and holidays! This right here is one of the easiest popcorn treats that I’ve made lately and it’s perfect for Halloween.
What you need for Ghost Popcorn:
- popcorn kernels
- oil (like olive oil or melted coconut oil)
- White Chocolate Candy Melts or Almond Bark, melted
- Candy Eyes
Start by popping the popcorn.
I normally use my Whirley Pop to pop plain popcorn but you can use any stove top popper or air popper. You can also use a paper bag and the microwave.
Just pop the kernels into a brown paper bag, add the oil of your choice and slightly close the bag. Use the popcorn setting on the microwave to pop.
After the popcorn is popped, you’ll need the white chocolate and candy eyes.
You can use White candy melts, White Almond Bark or white chocolate.
Lay popped popcorn out in a single layer on a baking sheet and drizzle the melted chocolate over all of the popcorn.
Before chocolate hardens, randomly place candy eyes onto chocolate covered popcorn.
Let sit for 15-30 minutes for the chocolate to harden.
That’s all you have to do to make Ghost Popcorn.
You can serve it in a big bowl, package it up into small bags tied with a cute Halloween ribbon or serve it on a Spooky Halloween Snack Board!
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