Halloween is almost here and this delicious popcorn recipe is rising from the grave, um, literally! Try this Graveyard Popcorn recipe for a Spooktacular Halloween! 😉
– 6 cups popped popcorn
– 1 bag mini marshmallows
– 1/2 stick of butter
– 1 box chocolate pudding mix
– 10-15 Oreos
– Halloween candy (we used sugar worms, candy pumpkins, candy eyes and skulls)
– Prepare popcorn
– Place pot over medium heat and melt butter
– Once butter is melted, add marshmallows
– Stir until marshmallows are completely melted, then pour over popcorn
– Stir popcorn marshmallow mixture until evenly incorporated
– Spray a loaf pan with non stick spray and press popcorn mixture into an even layer, allow to cool
– Make chocolate pudding following package instructions
– Add Oreos to a zip lock bad and crush into bit size pieces
– Once pudding and popcorn has set, transfer popcorn “log” to a serving dish
– Add chocolate pudding on top (we used about half the batch)
– Sprinkle with Oreo crumbles to create the dirt
– Bring in the kiddos to help sprinkle the Halloween candy around the grave yard!
– Once everything has set, slice into pieces and enjoy!
*Keep a few napkins near by, this recipe is deliciously messy!
In case you missed our latest popcorn creation, Monster Popcorn, check it out here! As always, give us a follow on Facebook and Instagram for the latest popcorn news and delicious popcorn treats from Kernel Season’s! Happy Halloween and Happy Weekend!
Halloween is almost here and we have a scary good popcorn recipe for just for you! This Monster Popcorn will have it’s eye on you this Halloween! Can you guess what monster we picked? 😉
– 6 cups popped popcorn
– 1 box green (lime) Jell-O mix
– Package Vanilla Almond Bark
– Green food coloring
– Halloween eyeball candies
– 1/4 cup granulated sugar
– Purple food coloring (red and blue mixed)
– Prepare Popcorn
– Melt almond bark following package instructions
– Add green food coloring until desired color (we used about 8-10 drops)
– Pour green almond bark over popcorn, stir until completely coated
– Sprinkle lime Jell-O mixture over popcorn, stir
– Spread popcorn on a lined baking sheet and allow to set
– Add sugar to a small zip-lock, add red and blue food coloring and shake, shake, shake until sugar turns purple
– Once popcorn has set toss in eyeball candies until desired spookiness 🙂
– Add popcorn to serving bowl and top with purple sugar
Miss last week’s Fall Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Popcorn, check our the recipe here! If this Frankenstein Popcorn wasn’t spooky enough for you check our Facebook next week for another Halloween popcorn recipe. As always, give us a follow on Facebook and Instagram for the best popcorn recipes and Kernel Season’s news!