Dutch Apple Pie Popcorn

It wouldn’t be the Thanksgiving holiday without delicious apple pie! Well, we’re switching it up just a bit this year. Send warm welcomes to our Dutch Apple Pie Popcorn recipe. This is a must for your Thanksgiving feast. 


–  6 cups prepared popcorn


–  1/3 cups brown sugar

–  1/3 cup granulated sugar

–  1/2 cup butter (1 stick)

–  1 1/2 cups flour

Caramel Apple Sauce:

–  1/4 cup apple juice

–  1/4 cup butter (1/2 stick)

–  1 cup brown sugar

–  1/4 cup corn syrup

–  *Optional: 1 cap-full apple extract (candy and baking flavoring – available at Wal-Mart and Hobby Lobby)


–  Prepare popcorn

–  Preheat oven to 250°

–  Mix brown sugar, sugar, and butter (1/2 cup) with a mixer

–  Once incorporated, add flour until mixture creates small clumps

–  Spread streusel mixture into an even layer on baking sheet

–  Bake for 10 minutes

–  Over medium heat in a medium sauce pan, melt butter (1/4 cup)

–  Add sugar and apple juice and allow to simmer for 5 minutes

–  Add corn syrup and stir until evenly incorporated

–  Take off heat and add apple extract

–  Pour apple caramel mixture over popcorn; stir

–  Spread popcorn onto a lined baking sheet and add streusel on top

–  Bake at 250° for 10 minutes

–  Enjoy!

Dutch Apple Pie Popcorn

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Candy Corn Popcorn Pops

The popcorn of Fall!  These delicious Candy Corn Popcorn Pops are a fun new way to enjoy your favorite snack and candy! 😉 


–  6 cups prepared popcorn 

–  1 bag mini marshmallows

–  1/2 stick of butter

–  Yellow and orange (yellow + red) food coloring

–  Candy corn candies

–  Candy corn cookie cutter


–  Prepare popcorn

–  In a medium pot over medium heat, melt butter 

–  Once butter is melted add marshmallows and stir constantly until melted

–  Divide melted marshmallow into 3 equal bowls 

–  In bowl #1 add 4-5 drops of yellow food coloring 

–  In bowl #2 add 3 drops of yellow and 2 drop of red food coloring until you have reached your desired shade of orange 

–  Do not add any food coloring to bowl #3 of marshmallow mixture

–  Divide popcorn equally into 3 bowls 

–  Pour the bowl #1 of marshmallow over bowl #1 of popcorn, and repeat for the remaining two bowls; stir until completely coated


Assembly Option #1

–  Spray one casserole dish with non stick spray

–  First add yellow popcorn marshmallow mixture to a thin row (taking up 1/3 of the dish) 

–  Continue with orange popcorn mixture and followed by the white popcorn (creating the color sequence of a piece of candy corn)

–  Allow to cool 

–  Once cooled, use your candy corn cookie cutter to cut your popcorn pops out

–  Using extra marshmallow mixture or melted chocolate, attach Popsicle sticks to the back of your popcorn candy corn treats 

Assembly Option #2 (what we used) 

– Take candy corn cookie cutter and spray with non stick spray 

–  Take the white popcorn and press into the tip of the candy corn mold (taking up about 1/3 of the mold)

–  Now take the orange popcorn and press into the middle of the mold (taking up another 1/3 of the mold) 

–  Lastly take the yellow popcorn press into the remaining of the candy corn mold 

–  Once all of your three color are in the mold use pressure to make sure all of the layers have stuck together 

–  Remove the popcorn from the mold and allow to cool 

–  Now repeat! 

–  Attach the Popsicle stick the same way as option #1
Candy Corn Popcorn Pops

Although Halloween is over, you can still enjoy our last popcorn recipe, Graveyard Popcorn Treats, at your next Spooky party!  As always check out our Facebook and Instagram for latest popcorn recipes and Kernel Season’s news!