Graveyard Popcorn Treat

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! ūüėȬ†


Р 6 cups popped popcorn

Р 1 bag mini marshmallows

Р 1/2 stick of butter

Р 1 box chocolate pudding mix

Р 10-15 Oreos

Р Halloween candy (we used sugar worms, candy pumpkins, candy eyes and skulls)


Р Prepare popcorn

Р Place pot over medium heat and melt butter

Р Once butter is melted, add marshmallows

Р Stir until marshmallows are completely melted, then pour over popcorn

Р Stir popcorn marshmallow mixture until evenly incorporated

Р Spray a loaf pan with non stick spray and press popcorn mixture into an even layer, allow to cool

Р Make chocolate pudding following package instructions

Р 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

Р Add chocolate pudding on top (we used about half the batch)

Р Sprinkle with Oreo crumbles to create the dirt

Р Bring in the kiddos to help sprinkle the Halloween candy around the grave yard!

Р 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!¬†


Frankenstein Popcorn

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? ūüėȬ†


Р 6 cups popped popcorn

Р 1 box green (lime) Jell-O mix

Р Package Vanilla Almond Bark

Р Green food coloring

Р Halloween eyeball candies

Р 1/4 cup granulated sugar

Р Purple food coloring (red and blue mixed)


Р Prepare Popcorn

Р Melt almond bark following package instructions

–¬†¬†Add green food coloring until desired color (we used about 8-10 drops)

Р Pour green almond bark over popcorn, stir until completely coated

Р Sprinkle lime Jell-O mixture over popcorn, stir

Р Spread popcorn on a lined baking sheet and allow to set

Р 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 ūüôā

Р 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!


Frankenstein Popcorn