Dec 072012
 

Let Just Poppin™ bring a taste of Christmas to your next batch of homemade popcorn! Whether you love the crunch of a candy cane or the subtle spice of homemade gingerbread, our Christmas popcorn recipes contain elements of all of your favourite holiday flavors to create sweet festive treats that your whole family will enjoy.

Festive Popcorn

Festive Popcorn

If you’re a fan of Junior Mints or Peppermint Patties, you’ll love this easy recipe for easy chocolate peppermint popcorn. Simply coat a batch of freshly popped mushroom or movie theater popcorn in our easy to use Chocolate Redi Glaze, and then stir through a cup of crushed peppermint candy canes.

Caramel Redi Glaze

Caramel Redi Glaze

Or, if you prefer the warmth of spice to the freshness of mint, try gingerbread popcorn instead! Prepare your popcorn using our Caramel Redi Glaze then add a sprinkling of ground ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon to the final product to experience that classic holiday flavor in a whole new way.

Popcorn Ball Maker

Popcorn Ball Maker

For those who want their popcorn to look as festive as it tastes, we recommend a delicious popcorn snowball. Our great Popcorn Ball Maker makes the process so quick and easy. All you need to do is add melted white chocolate to the marshmallow of a standard popcorn ball recipe, mix with our Tender Pop™ Popcorn, then form in our Popcorn Ball Maker for a festive popcorn snowball that will really get you in the Christmas spirit. You could even make two or three balls and stick them together to turn them into a snowman – just pipe a smiling face and stripy scarf with colourful frosting and you’ve got a great popcorn centrepiece that you can give as a gift or share with your family.

Popcorn Balls

Popcorn Balls

We’ll be posting regular popcorn recipes on our blog from now on, so don’t forget to check back again soon for some more tasty treats!


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