White Chocolate Puff Corn ~ Melt in your mouth puff corn coated in white chocolate! Perfect sweet and salty combo!
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The story goes something like this. We were at our last family Christmas which for the record was #9. Oh I love my family dearly but I’m also enjoying my lazy Sunday at home with the hubby and Miss K.
Back to the story. I was sitting in the rocking chair with Miss K after supper and chit chatting with the sis-in-law and the hubby’s aunt when all of a sudden there was a steady stream of people coming from the kitchen towards me with their eyes lit up. In their hands was the yummy puff corn treat. They said it was AH-MAZ-IING. They raved over it for a long time and I’m not going to lie, I enjoyed every minute.
I was going to hold off on posting this recipe until next Christmas since Christmas is over and all but the in-laws were begging for the recipe so I assured them I would post it. Then I got to thinking and it would be a super fun treat to make for a Super Bowl game and use the colors of your favorite team. Otherwise you could make it for Valentine’s Day and use red or pink sprinkles.
So go make this. It’s life changing. I promise you will love me even more than you already do of course!
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White Chocolate Puff Corn
- 1 square white almond bark
- 1 Tbsp butter flavored shortening
- 1 bag white chocolate chips
- 1 bag puff corn
- Put puff corn in a large bowl
- Melt white almond bark and shortening in double boiler. Add white chocolate chips and melt, stirring occasionally.
- Pour white chocolate mixture over the puff corn. Mix until it is completely covered or put the cover on the bowl and shake it!
- Put puff corn on wax paper and sprinkle with sprinkles. Leave on the wax paper until set. Store in airtight container.
by Julie Evink