If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to try Dale and Thomas’ Drizzlecorn than you know how delicious it is. We normally are given some around the holidays, but go without the rest of the year because it is so expensive.
Well, for Valentine’s Day, I decided to make Tim some peanut butter, white chocolate, toffee drizzle popcorn. It was a huge success! We’ve actually made it a couple of times since and it never lasts very long 🙂
Gourmet Drizzle Popcorn is so easy to make and is very easy to customize according to your favorite flavors.
Here are just a few examples to get your ideas flowing and your mouth watering:
Chocolate Praline (melted chocolate chips, crushed candied pecans),
White Chocolate Almond (melted white chocolate, slivered or chopped almonds),
Double Peanut Butter Crunch (melted peanut butter chips, crushed or chopped peanuts),
Heath Bar (melted chocolate chips, toffee bits),
Double Chocolate Delight (melted dark chocolate chips, melted milk chocolate chips),
Chocolate Butterscotch (melted chocolate chips, melted butterscotch chips),
Night and Day (melted dark chocolate chips, melted white chocolate chips),
Marvelous Mint (melted Andes mints),
Caramel Pecan (melted caramel, chopped pecans)
To Make Gourmet Drizzle Popcorn:
- Pop some popcorn (we do this on the stove top). Add a little salt if you want the salty and sweet combo.
- Spread the popcorn on a cookie sheet. You can lay down waxed paper to make clean up a little easier, but we typical do without.
- Melt your chocolate or other toppings.
- Drizzle them over the popcorn, we usually use a fork.
- Sprinkle the other toppings such as chopped nuts or toffee bits quickly before the chocolate hardens, you want everything to stick together.
- Once everything hardens, break into chunks and store at room temperature in an airtight container.
We love this popcorn. In fact, this is what our batch of drizzle popcorn normally looks like by the time it’s ready to be stored. 🙂
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