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White Chocolate Puff Corn Recipe

posted by Julie Evink on December 2, 2015

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.

White Chocolate Puff Corn ~ Melt in your mouth puff corn coated in white chocolate! Perfect sweet and salty combo!

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

Preparation 5 minutes Cook Time 10 minutes


  • 1 square white almond bark
  • 1 Tbsp butter flavored shortening
  • 1 bag white chocolate chips
  • 1 bag puff corn
  • Sprinkles


  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.
  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 1245kcal Calories from fat 591
% Daily Value
Total Fat 66g102%
Saturated Fat 36g180%
Transfat 2g
Cholesterol 34mg11%
Sodium 153mg6%
Carbohydrate 153g51%
Dietary Fiber 6g24%
Sugars 140g
Protein 11g

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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  • Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust

    I must make this! My kid isn’t supposed to have popcorn, this would be an awesome substitute!

    • Julie

      Yes you MUST make this! It’s so dang simple and I was literally attacked for the recipe!

  • Carrie

    I LOVE the caramel puff corn. I will be trying this ASAP!

    • Julie

      So do I, but this stuff is even better and way easier!

  • Karyn - Pint Sized Baker

    I’ve got to look for that puffed corn in the store… this looks great! Thanks so much for linking up at Two-Cup Tuesday! See ya again next week!

  • The Quiet Mom

    This thingy grabbed my attention. It looks crazy yummy:)

    Hopping by and following your lovely blog’s twitter, FB, and Pinterest. I blog @ Getting Healthy with Essential Oils

    I am also inviting you to join Tiddle Diddle Handmade Shoppe’s first giveaway event.

  • Angie -

    How clever! This looks amazing.

    I host a link party every Thursday – I’d love you have you join and share this.

    Thank you for the great post!


  • JulienDavis

    Love this recipe. Wanted to do a dark chocolate drizzle over the top but I kept getting it on too thick when I just used a spoon to drizzle. Finally solved my problem by using a turkey injector needle. I filled the tube with chocolate and then squirted it out through the holes at the end. Came out beautifully and not gloppy. Hope this helps someone else that wants to drizzle.

  • Janet

    Where the recipe says 1 aquare; do you mean one ounce or the entire square block of Almond Bark?
    Recipe says 1 bag white chocolate chips; is this 6, 12, 16 or 24 ounces.
    Sorry to be so OC, but I don’t get adventurous until I’ve made it exactly a couple of times.

    • Julie Evink

      Closer to the one oz. My Almond Bark has individual squares it’s broke down into!

    • Julie Evink

      11.5 oz bag.

      • Blake V.

        Hi! going to make this tomorrow… my local store only sells a 15 Oz bag of puffs… When you say “one bag” how much are you talking? if I’m going to use my whole 15 Oz bag, I need to know if I should double all the other ingredients. thanks!

        • Julie Evink

          I would double the melted white chocolate sauce to put on it!

  • Bobbie Gillispie

    I am having trouble finding puffed corn. Any suggestions where to get some? PLEASE HELP!! Thank you.

  • Bobbie Gillispie

    A manager at work brought some to work for us employees to enjoy and when I asked how to make it she said it was a secret family recipe. After asking her to make me some to bring home ( said I would pay) over and over I finally looked online and found yours. It’s exactly the same. Some secret LOL. THANK U SO MUCH!! Now if I can only find some puffed corn.

    • Julie Evink

      To funny! I’m glad you found the “secret” recipe!! Puffed corn is usually by the pre-popped popcorn in the bags and by the chips!

  • Janet

    I found the puffed corn at WalMart, had to hunt for it though.
    I melted the white chocolate in my little crockpot and it was perfect!
    Maybe I’ll try it with the dark chocolate the next time.
    Super simple! My girls loved it. I was afraid I might not have enough to ship off to my son in the military…

    • Julie Evink

      Ohhh that sounds amazing too! I’m so glad there was enough for your son too. I hope he knows how much we appreciate people that serve our country! Happy Holidays!

  • Janet

    I made this using the dark Chocolate. Turned out great – like old time Honey Comb. Had none left at the office party.
    Great recipe! Thanks.

    • Julie Evink

      Ohh that sounds great! Glad you enjoyed it Janet!

  • Diana Ramsey

    I had never heard of puff corn, until a friend gave me some of the lovely stuff and also got the recipe you have posted. Only problem, I have never seen puff corn. Where in the world can I get it?- I live in the Pacific Northwest, near the US border.

    • Julie Evink

      In my grocery store you find it by the bags of pre-popped popcorn!

      • Diana Ramsey

        Thanks for your reply. A friend has since told me that they are in The Great Canadian Superstore, where I will be headed tomorrow.

    • Janet

      It’s made by Cheetoh’s, but I had to hunt for it in the aisle at WalMart.
      If you can’t find it, try
      to order on-line.
      All though pop corn would likely work also.

      • Julie Evink

        Thanks for the tips Janet!

        • Diana Ramsey

          I am going to check the stores in Bellingham on Jan.1st when I go for lunch with some friends. Could not find the puff corn in any stores here, and I went to Real Canadian Superstore, Canadian Tire ( I was told by a friend she had seen it there)
          and 3 large grocery chains all in my area.
          Thanks for trying to help. I appreciate it very much.

      • Spinnin Jenny

        Thanks Janet for the link. I didn’t have the foggiest idea what puffed corn was. I thought this might be referring to corn puffs cereal, so I’m grateful for the link.

        I broke a tooth on popcorn, a long time ago, and don’t eat popcorn anymore. Would this cause me to break another tooth?

        • Julie Evink

          Not at all! Super soft and melts in your mouth. You’ll be fine!

        • Janet

          Oh, no, I found this very ‘safe’ to eat – for my dental work and kids. Using dark chocolate, it tastes like old fashioned honeycomb, but it doesn’t get hard like that. White chocolate with decorative sprinkles is festive and tasty, just not my preference.

  • Natashalh

    My fiancé would love this! He adores white chocolate treats and he loves popcorn, so I’m sure he’d like puff corn, too.

  • Bethany

    I googled this recipe just to see if anyone makes it differently than I do (just in case there were other fab variations out there) I’ve never used the shortening so I’ll have to give that a try! I’ll be curious to see if it makes a a difference. I sprinkle cinnamon on mine and feel that it really makes all the difference in flavor. You’ll have to check it out 🙂

    • Julie Evink

      Yes I do it with cinnamon and love it! The shortening will just thin out the mixture a little and I find it helps it cover it easier!

  • Cecile

    This sounds so delicious! But I was wondering if anyone would happen to know the calories for this treat?

    • Julie Evink

      I’m sorry I don’t calculate nutritional information for my recipes but you are more than welcome to use online tools to figure this out. One I use is My Fitness Pal to help with nutritional information!

  • Monserrat

    For how many people is this recipe for because I am making it as a treat for thanksgiving tomorrow.

    • Julie Evink

      I would guess 10-12 people.

  • Jennifer @ Show Me the Yummy

    I’m dying. Puff corn AND white chocolate. <3 <3 <3

  • tonya

    I’m glad you shared this one early, the in-laws come first! 🙂 BTW-Beautiful presentation!!

  • Teri Giese

    Hey Julie,Just wanted to add my 2cents!luv U! Anyone that is not supposed to eat popcorn(me,the colonless wonder),will love puffcorn! Your recipe, will start a new trend, like puppy chow!All of our awesomely creative minds could come up with a gazillion ways to jazz that stuff up! 1bag=1serving at our house!

  • Danielle | The Creative Bite

    I bet everyone was clamoring for this, it looks amazing!

  • Luanne M.

    Hi! Is this recipe for the regular $2 bag of Puff corn?

    • Julie Evink


      • Luanne M.

        Thanks so much! I just bought 5 bags. lol Can’t wait to make it! =) I appreciate you getting back to me so quickly. Merry Christmas!

  • Lyubov Brooke

    My son would go banana over this! Must try 🙂

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