Friday 6 July 2018

White Chocolate Funfetti Popcorn

I can't lie I adore, no I love popcorn! Leanora too and when we were asked to make and bring in a treat for sports day we knew we just had to make white chocolate funfetti popcorn.

We are believers that popcorn solves everything, all you require is the finest ingredients to help bring it to life. 

Whilst Friday and Saturday night is movie night, we always watch either Moana or Madagascar with a bowl filled with our favourite weekend treat, heck have it any day if the week if you fancy it, it never lasts and we find ourselves making a few batches of this moorish treat.

Leanora believes more sprinkles the better and I think she is right, funfetti is a real treat it's almost magical and bring so much fun to a snack.

Honestly, I never knew how quick it was to make popcorn, even quicker thanks to Exclusively Housewares recent event where I was gifted the SmArt popcorn machine. Gone are the days of microwave popcorn bags or waiting for it to pop in a hot pan, like a bunch of eager beavers.

Two large bars of white chocolate, one for me, the other for the popcorn, funfetti sprinkles, some trusty corn kernels and let the magic begin to make these fluffy white chocolate funfetti popcorn.

Honestly, this popcorn lasts no time in my house or at sports day, the kids will love you for it and the grown ups too, this is the perfect thing to bring to any occasion be it BBQ, pool party or family and friend get together.

10 cups of corn kernels
200g of white chocolate
4 tablespoons of sprinkles

1. If you do not have a popcorn maker, grab a microwaveable bag and zap as per its instructions. Once the popcorn is ready, pick out any kernels that have not manage to pop and place to one side.

2. Brake up your white chocolate and place into a microwaveable bowl and every 30 seconds, stop give it a stir until completely melted, then pour over you popcorn add your sprinkles and toss with a clean spoon, making sure that each popcorn is evenly covered.

3. Pour out your coated popcorn on to parchment paper and leave to dry for 20 minutes and enjoy!

Have a popping good day! x

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