Dec 242013
Peppermint Popcorn Bark

Peppermint Popcorn Bark: thanks!

Christmas is creeping closer, that festive feeling is in the air, and with excitement building, what better way to get you in the mood for the big day than a night of classic holiday movies with a big bowl of tasty popcorn and a merry crowd of friends? Here at Just Poppin, we’ve got the recipe for the perfect Christmas movie night, starring … popcorn!

1. Get popping in the kitchen

We know how tempting popcorn is but it’s the season of goodwill, and tear-and-share popcorn bark is a great way to get your guests chatting! Use our Tender Pop ™ Hulless Popcorn to make this deliciously decadent White Chocolate and Peppermint Popcorn Bark recipe from our pals at


2. Create unique seasonal serving ideas

Roll up some festive paper into cone shapes, fill with popcorn, and give one to each guest as you welcome them in. They can enjoy a glass of eggnog and a nibble of popcorn, before refilling their cones in time for the movie!

3. Pick out your favorite festive movies

Miracle on 34th Street Miracle on 34th St Dr Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas With Jim Carreyis a timeless classic for all the family, or if your couch is jam-packed with little ones, try Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch. If you fancy an adventurous Christmas caper, Home Alone is guaranteed to make you giggle, or for something a little more romantic, there’s the heart-warming British comedy Love Actually.


Home AloneLove Actually with Hugh Grant.

4. Don’t forget the favors!

Make a sweet memory of your seasonal celebration by topping empty Mason jars with a miniature nutcracker toy or reindeer, and filling them with spare popcorn.


Check out our Pinterest boards for more festive popcorn recipes and Christmas popcorn crafts.

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