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Cinnamon White Chocolate Puff Corn

posted by Julie Evink on November 25, 2013

Cinnamon White Chocolate Puff Corn ~ Perfectly Sweet & Salty, Melt in Your Mouth Puff Corn Covered in a Cinnamon White Chocolate!

Cinnamon White Chocolate Puff Corn ~ Perfectly Sweet & Salty, Melt in Your Mouth Puff Corn Covered in a Cinnamon White Chocolate!

Why is it that some things I only make at Christmas time? I mean snack mixes really should be made all year long including this magical Cinnamon White Chocolate Puff Corn, but yet in my mind they get stuck in the wonderful world of Christmas and holidays.

It all started with this White Chocolate Puff Corn recipe that my wonderful coworker raved about one day after she made it the past weekend the it was gone in seconds. Obviously with a track record like that I had to try it to see for myself if it was just that life changing.

Cinnamon White Chocolate Puff Corn ~ Perfectly Sweet & Salty, Melt in Your Mouth Puff Corn Covered in a Cinnamon White Chocolate!

I’m report it was. Seriously. Life Altering. Not lying. Not exaggerating. If you read the post when I shared the recipe my in-laws literally came streaming out of the kitchen last Christmas with their mouths gaping open in awe. I do not blame this for this reaction. In fact I should tell you that this is what will happen to you also. Be prepared.

Since it was just that amazing I then had to come up with a new twist on it for this year because as a food blogger, well that’s how my brain works. I love the fact this twist on it has a hint of cinnamon for the Christmas parties. It’s not strong and in your face but a nice subtle flavor. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.


Since the holiday parties are right around the corner and well you could totally make this for a post Thanksgiving day feast snack I’m sharing it with you today. You need to try it. It’s not a question. Plus if you are going to the in-laws and want to impress them with your skills it’s a total winner!

This is what Puffcorn is for all of you that have never heard of it!

Cinnamon White Chocolate Puff Corn

Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 10 minutes


  • 1 square white almond bark
  • 1 Tbsp butter flavored shortening
  • 1 (12 oz) bag white chocolate chips
  • 1 (.10 oz) package Cinnamon Frosting Creations by Duncan Hines
  • 1 (7 oz) bag puff corn


  1. Put puff corn in a large bowl
  2. Melt white almond bark and shortening in double boiler. Add white chocolate chips and melt, stirring occasionally. Mix in Cinnamon Frosting Creations packet. Stir until well mixed.
  3. Pour white chocolate mixture over the puff corn. Mix until it is completely covered or put the cover on the bowl and shake it!
  4. Put puff corn on wax paper and sprinkle with sprinkles. Leave on the wax paper until set. Store in airtight container.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount Per ServingAs Served
Calories 2010kcal Calories from fat 864
% Daily Value
Total Fat 96g148%
Saturated Fat 53g265%
Transfat 2g
Cholesterol 51mg17%
Sodium 267mg11%
Carbohydrate 272g91%
Dietary Fiber 13g52%
Sugars 227g
Protein 23g

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Total FatLess than65g
Sat FatLess than25g
CholesterolLess than300mg
SodiumLess than2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate300g
Dietary Fiber25g

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  • Linda

    I have to ask where you get puffed corn that isn’t flavored with cheddar cheese or something. I looked around when I was in the stores this week and couldn’t seem to find a bag that would be neutral enough for a recipe like this. Thanks.

    • Carla

      Here in Indiana, you can find the butter flavored puff corn at Walmart and at most convenience stores/gas stations.

    • Sarah

      You can also get it at target

    • Julie Evink

      I used the butter puffcorn.

  • Carla

    What size bag of puff corn is it?

  • Cathy@LemonTreeDwelling

    I love puff corn recipes! I have a bag in my cupboard right now….just waiting to be put to good use 🙂 Great recipe, Julie!!

  • Lynne

    I am having trouble finding almond bark. Can you use the Vanilla CandiQuik for the whilte chocolate puff corn and/or the cinnamon white chocolate puff corn? If so, how much would you use to equal one square of white almond bark?

  • Candi

    Hi there 🙂
    I am from Canada & I would love to try this, but we don’t have Puff Corn. We do have Popcorn Twists. They are light & fluffy and salty. They are kind of buttery flavoured & melt in your mouth. Is that what Puff Corn is like? I am wondering if I could sub one for the other.
    Thanks & Happy New Year!

  • Rita

    Great recipe! At Christmas I made this recipe using a Duncan Hines peppermint stick flavoring packet instead of the cinnamon roll flavoring. Now I can’t wait to try the cinnamon flavor!

    • Julie Evink

      Ooooo that sounds amazing Rita!!!

  • Crystal McCracken

    This is truly delicious! On our second round we wanted to get a little crazy so we bought cotton candy & strawberry creation packs. The strawberry was really really good, the cotton candy didn’t have much of a taste but the color was fun :). The cinnamon is probably still my favorite though. The red, white and blue colors would be fun for the 4th of July and what kid misses out on the chance to eat something blue! Thanks for sharing this recipe it is treasured!

    • Julie Evink

      Oh those sound fabulous and I love the red white and blue idea!!

  • Patti Schaffer

    Have just found your webpage and want to try the recipe, but the packets of flavoring by Duncan Hines have been discontinued, cannot find anywhere. What do you suggest for a substitution? I would like to make this for a baby shower on Sept 19th, 2015 Thank you

    • Julie Evink

      I would try cinnamon, just a 1/2 tsp at a time till you get it to the amount cinnamon flavor you’d like!

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