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Thursday, October 3, 2013

White Chocolate-Cinnamon Apple Popcorn

Earl and I were invited to play along with the Mystery Ingredient Club at Rattlebridge Farm, it was fun! We waited for the mystery ingredient to arrive and were tickled to find Halloween Sprinkles! We brain showered stormed and decided to go with something we love... popcorn. White Chocolate-Cinnamon Apple Popcorn to be exact:@)
Earl says the spiders are optional, but much easier to find locally than eye of newt...

We used dried cinnamon apples (which are really good!), white candy melts, cinnamon (let's just say it's behind the candy melts-k?) and the Halloween colored sprinkles. This would be a great snack for Halloween parties.
Thanks so much for the challenge to come up with something fun for the sprinkles Michael:@)

White Chocolate-Cinnamon Apple Popcorn
White candy melts, about 55 pieces
8 C popcorn=1/3 C unpopped using hot air popper
1 C dried cinnamon apples, broken into smaller pieces-two packages, I found them at Walmart
test tube of jimmies... about 2 healthy Tblsp
Cinnamon-add a light dusting before the candy hardens up
Spiders or eye of newt-optional:@)
  1. Place popcorn and apples in large bowl or on cookie sheet.
  2. Melt candy melts and pour over popcorn.
  3. Add sprinkles and mix well (hands work best).
  4. Add a light dusting of cinnamon.
  5. Allow candy to harden and enjoy!
Have a spooky sweet happy day:@)

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25 comments:

  1. You and Earl were very creative with those sprinkles. I would have been stumped.
    Sam

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  2. I'd have been stumped right along with Sam.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  3. This sounds pretty good, Earl....gotta try this one.

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  4. Yum, this looks good. I hope Earl save some for the rest of us.....the little pig! LOL!

    hugs
    Sissie

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  5. Oh my goodness, Lynn, This looks incredibly good to me! I am pinning to try. You and Earl are soooo creative in your brain showering.

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  6. This looks delish!!

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  7. Lynn, what a delish way to use the sprinkles! xo

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  8. What a fun way to use the sprinkles, Lynn. I knew you and Earl would come up with something yummy and creative. xo

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  9. This is exactly your mind of challenge. You did good!

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  10. Sounds good.
    Merle.... ......... ..........

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  11. Love the cinnamon apples in this! Great Halloween snack. :)

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  12. I love the way you used your sprinkles, Lynn. White chocolate drizzled popcorn is my idea of a perfect snack.

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  13. That looks good, Lynn. I like how you used your sprinkles - really in a different way. I liked seeing Earl surrounded by popcorn too - cute!

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  14. this is darling, my husband would love this! such a cute photo~

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  15. Lynn, that popcorn sounds delicious! I love using sprinkles in popcorn that is a great idea!
    Sherry

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  16. Oh, yummy! The creepy crawlers really add to the flavor, no doubt. Tell Earl that he looks rather nice in the witch hat. Do you have one too?
    I think I'll have to make up a batch of this with my left over sprinkles. '-)

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  17. So yummy and so festive too. Yup, I was looking for that cinnamon ;) Those little rascal ingredients that are late to the photo shoot happen to me all too often.

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  18. Oh my husband loves popcorn. I will try this. I am having a Fun Fall Foods Linky party tomorrow and every recipe link (old or new) is eligible to win the giveaway.

    I'd love for you to link up!

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  19. Lynn, What fun spooky fun Earl must had with the sprinkles! I love the addition of the dried cinnamon apples in the mix and you can never go wrong adding a little eye of newt :)

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  20. Oh, now THIS sounds good! Love Earl's hat...hahahaha!

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  21. What a great idea Lynn (and Earl!) I love all of these flavors, and I know I would love this. Good job!! Have a wonderful weekend. xo~m.

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  22. That was a great idea, L. Cuts down on the sweetness of the sprinkles!

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  23. Oh, I love this! You've created a delightful Halloween treat--every bite delivers a symphony of flavors. I'm so happy that you were able to join us! My internet has been spotty, and I hope this message goes through. Thanks again!

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