Halloween is tomorrow! Do you have your costumes ready to go? I love seeing what the kids pick out each year. I wonder what will be the most popular costume this year?
Well . . . rather than munching on Halloween candy, I would much rather be munching on this popcorn. This has got to be one of the best uses for cookie butter EVER. You can taste the cookie butter, but it isn't overpowering. The flavor is amazing and the cookie butter coating is so creamy. This popcorn is so addicting . . . you will not be able to stop eating this stuff.
Since I know you will want to enjoy this popcorn all year long, you can easily switch this up for different holidays by changing the color of the candy melt drizzle and sprinkles.
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White Chocolate Cookie Butter Popcorn
16 c. popped popcorn (1/2 c. kernels)
1 (12 oz.) pkg. Wilton white candy melts
1/4 c. Trader Joe's Cookie Butter
1/2 c. Wilton orange candy melts
Pop kernels according to your popcorn popper's directions. Place popped popcorn into a very large bowl (I use a 32-cup size bowl). Make sure to remove all un-popped kernels; set aside. Place white candy melts and cookie butter into a medium microwave-safe bowl. Microwave until candy melts are melted and mixture is smooth, stirring every 30 seconds. Pour over popped popcorn and stir together until popcorn is evenly coated in mixture. You might not think there is enough coating to cover all that popcorn, but there really is, so just keep stirring until it's all coated.
Spread out onto a large cookie sheet. Melt 1/2 cup of orange candy melts in a small, microwave-safe, bowl until smooth and creamy, stirring every 30 seconds. Using a fork drizzle over popcorn and then top with sprinkles. Allow to set and then break into chunks and serve.
Jenn's Notes: I used Trader Joe's Cookie Butter, but if you do not live near a Trader Joe's, you can try Biscoff Cookie Butter which can be found at your local grocery store by the peanut butter. Also, if you do not have a popcorn popper, you can use plain microwave popcorn.
Idea adapted from: I Heart Naptime