Halloween is my verrrrrrry favorite holiday!!! I love the decorations, the costumes, and the food! Today I want to share a treat that whipped up for our little Halloween Party. I call it Candy Corn Popcorn – but really it is a twist on our Marshmallow Popcorn Recipe. Find the recipe HERE, or check out the Halloween version below.
Candy Corn, Love It Or Hate It
In all reality, I hate candy corn. There are candy corn lovers, and there are candy corn haters. I fall into that hate category. Like I mentioned, this is a twist on our marshmallow popcorn, but if you want to throw in a few candy corn while mixing this up, feel free. I will, however, refrain.
I just split the melted marshmallow mixture into thirds, leave one as is, add a few drops of yellow to the next, and a few drops of orange to the last. Mix them with your popcorn, also separated into thirds, and then layer them in a glass bowl to mimic the colors of a candy corn. Such an easy fun treat! Pair this with some Caramel Apples and some Candy Corn Fruit Pizza and you will have a party.
While we are on the topic Halloween, I want to share a printable with you! A FREE printable that is! Print this baby up, frame it, and put it out for display. Perfect in your kitchen!
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If you want some more tips on Halloween food – check out an older post of mine where I talk about lots and lots of Halloween Food.
- 1 cup butter
- 1 1/3 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup karo syrup
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 4 cups mini marshmallows
- 2 bags microwave popcorn
- orange and yellow food coloring
Boil butter, sugar, and karo syrup for about 1 min*.
Add vanilla and stir.
Remove from heat. & melt in mini-marshmallows.
Divide into thirds.
Leave one as is.
In the second batch at 3-4 drops yellow food coloring and stir until color is eveningly distributed.
In the 3rd bath add 2 drops orange food coloring and stir until evenly distributed.
Divide microwave popcorn into thirds and stir in reserved marshmellow glaze.
Layer in a glass bowl - orange on bottle, yellow in the middle, and white on top.