March 19, 2017

White Chocolate Corn Pops

Tomorrow is the first day of Spring.  The last few days have been so warm and it's so nice to be outside all day, rather than stuck inside.  It was so nice outside, that I was able to take my kitchen table out and re-finish it.  I don't know what the deal was, but it was having some issues.  I could not get it to come clean.  It was sticky.  If you set a paper plate on it with warm food, the steam would pretty much "glue" the plate to the table.  SO gross and it has been driving me nuts, so we sanded it and stained it and I can't wait to try it out.  We have to wait 24 hours before we can set anything on it.

With all this warm Spring weather, a fun colorful snack is much needed.  These White Chocolate Corn Pops are so simple to make and so addicting.  You will find yourself going back for bite after bite.  Basically there are only two ingredients or three if you add sprinkles.

First, you will need a bag of Corn Pops, not the cereal, but the kind that is pictured above.  You should be able to find it in the chip aisle at your grocery store.  Then, you need two bags of white chocolate chips.  Melt the white chocolate chips and pour over the corn pops until well coated and top with sprinkles.  Allow to harden and that is it.  It doesn't get much easier than this.  I was thinking some chopped up candy bars would also be fantastic and I might have to try that next.  It makes a lot, so it's great for sharing.  My friend, Mary, brought this into work one day and everyone had to have the recipe.  
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White Chocolate Corn Pops
(Printable Recipe)

1 (15 oz.) bag Corn Pops (Puffed Corn Snack)
2 (12 oz.) bags white chocolate chips
Optional: sprinkles, chopped candy bars

Place the corn pops in an extra-large bowl or divide them between two large bowls.  In a separate medium-large microwave safe bowl, microwave the white chocolate chips until melted, stirring every 30 seconds.  Pour melted white chocolate over the corn pops and stir until evenly coated.  Top with sprinkles or chopped candy bars, if adding.  

Spread out onto wax paper and allow white chocolate to set.  Or, you can leave it in the bowl and it will stick together in chunks, so whichever you prefer.  When white chocolate has hardened, serve.  Store in an airtight container.  


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