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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Pumpkin Cheesecake Popcorn

It wouldn’t be right to not have a pumpkin popcorn recipe this Fall, so, here it is!  This Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Popcorn is perfect, and we mean PERFECT.  Full of the delicious pumpkin flavor you love!  Happy Fall! 


– 12 cups popped popcorn

–  1/2 package of cheesecake pudding mix

–  1/2 cup pumpkin puree

–  Vanilla Almond Bark

–  1 Tbsp Pumpkin Pie Spice


–  Prepare Popcorn

–  Melt almond bark, following package instructions

–  Warm pumpkin puree, about 30 seconds in microwave; add to almond bark

–  Stir popcorn until completely coated in pumpkin mixture

–  Add cheesecake pudding mix and pumpkin pie spice

–  Once evenly coated, spread popcorn (one even layer) on a lined baking sheet to set

–  Enjoy!

Happy Fall Everyone!  We are definitely in the Fall spirit after this recipe.  Leave us a comment on how you liked it or a recipe you’d love to see us try and re-create!   If you missed last week’s chocolaty goodness (cough, cough…Chocolate Hazelnut Popcorn), check it out here!  Give us a follow of Facebook and Instagram for more delicious popcorn recipes and Kernel Season’s news!