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Are you looking for an inexpensive gift for your friends, family, neighbors, the mailman, kids teachers, bus driver, your hair dresser and everyone else? It can get EXPENSIVE buying everyone a gift. But what if you made the gift and it didn’t cost a lot.
I love those kinds of gifts!
Christmas popcorn recipe
Here is what you need:
Popped popcorn (You can use a bag or make up a batch in your popper)
white chocolate in red and green colors (or you can use food dye to color the chocolate)
chocolate candies (the good stuff)
Start out by taking the chocolate (I used 4 squares) and melting it in your Tupperware Vent N Serve Medium Shallow. I melted it for 2 minutes, squished it, and I think melted it another 1 1/2 minutes until it was done.
Add the food coloring to the popcorn (not needed if you had colored chocolate already) and mix. Then mix in a very large bowl (I used the Tupperware Thatsa Bowl for lots of room).
Lay the popcorn on a tray lined with your Tupperware Silicone Wonder Mat (parchment paper works if you don’t have the mat) and allow to dry.
Repeat the process with the popcorn and chocolate to make the green popcorn and allow to set.
I put mine in the fridge so it sets faster (this mom has no time to wait!)
Once the popcorn is set, dump back into your Thatsa bowl and break up into little pieces.
Mix in the chocolate candies.
Divide into your containers.
Use the bigger Tupperware containers for the ones you love most. Use smaller containers for those you like and are meh ok with. 🙂
It is great to give someone a little something you made. Place it in a bowl/canister they can look back on and remember who gave it to them!
Who will you make your Christmas popcorn recipe for?