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These were FANTASTICALLY EASY!! I'm the Queen of Short Cuts so here's my take- I made them according to the directions, but added about 1/4 t. of Mexican vanilla to the Marshmallows while melting in the butter. (QUICK NOTE* 1/2 CU OF UNPOPPED POPCORN = about 4 QTS POPPED CORN). I had to use microwave popcorn, and that little fact was not printed out on the bags. I used LITE BUTTER FLAVOR. PICK OUT THE UNPOPPED KERNELS NEXT! I poured the popped popcorn into a large lightly sprayed (with Pam) pot to mix with the melted marshmallow mixutre. MUCHO EASIER to stir together in a deep pot then in the cake pan with low sides! After mixing well I dumped that into a lightly Pam sprayed 13x9 cake pan. I laid a sheet of wax paper over the pan, and gently tapped the mixture out (but not too tight or it squishes the fluff out of it). I squished a Hershey's Kiss into the center of a few to see how it held. It stuck well, and looked great. Then, I cooled it for about 30 min, and cut into 25 squares so instead of 8 whompin' sized popcorn balls it produced enough to feed at least 20 hungry goblins..lol. I've since added M&Ms to them when stirring it all up,and they were also inhaled! Yes, I dirtied a second pan, but it was far easier to wash the second pot then try to stir that huge mixture in such a small pan with 2" sides.Read More
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This recipe was very easy and quick. But, the taste was sort of bland. I used no butter microwave popcorn. My young child liked it in bits and pieces. Next time I would add more butter and salt.Read More
These were FANTASTICALLY EASY!! I'm the Queen of Short Cuts so here's my take- I made them according to the directions, but added about 1/4 t. of Mexican vanilla to the Marshmallows while melting in the butter. (QUICK NOTE* 1/2 CU OF UNPOPPED POPCORN = about 4 QTS POPPED CORN). I had to use microwave popcorn, and that little fact was not printed out on the bags. I used LITE BUTTER FLAVOR. PICK OUT THE UNPOPPED KERNELS NEXT! I poured the popped popcorn into a large lightly sprayed (with Pam) pot to mix with the melted marshmallow mixutre. MUCHO EASIER to stir together in a deep pot then in the cake pan with low sides! After mixing well I dumped that into a lightly Pam sprayed 13x9 cake pan. I laid a sheet of wax paper over the pan, and gently tapped the mixture out (but not too tight or it squishes the fluff out of it). I squished a Hershey's Kiss into the center of a few to see how it held. It stuck well, and looked great. Then, I cooled it for about 30 min, and cut into 25 squares so instead of 8 whompin' sized popcorn balls it produced enough to feed at least 20 hungry goblins..lol. I've since added M&Ms to them when stirring it all up,and they were also inhaled! Yes, I dirtied a second pan, but it was far easier to wash the second pot then try to stir that huge mixture in such a small pan with 2" sides.
My family made this all of the time growing up. For a little more of a chewey caramel flavor, we would melt together 2 cubes of butter and 2 cups of brown sugar to an almost carmelized point before adding in 2 cups of marshmallows and the popcorn (more or less depending on how gooey you like it) We also would add red hots, spice drops, candy canes, nuts, tiny jelly beans, etc, depending on the season and give them as quick gifts.
If you like more caramel taste... I used 4 cups marsh. 1 cup caramel bits 1 teas. vanilla and these are more caramel less rice krispie like. Very good. They set up perfect. I have made these both ways and both are very good it just depends on taste.
These are soooo yummy, and way easier than traditional popcorn balls. It's even easier if you use microwave popcorn - I used 2 bags of Kettle Corn, which made them nice and sweet. My classmates loved them!
I didn't have time to make this recipe into balls so I just pressed it down into the pan and cut it into squares! I also added salted peanuts to it which my kids (and husband) loved! :)
I originally was looking for a simple popcorn coating for a quick midnight snack, but I came across this recipe and since I had the marshmallows on hand, I thought, "why not?" I'm glad that I did. This was very simple to make (took less than 3 minutes!), and the results are fantastic. I deviated a bit from the normal instructions and used an air popper (much more healthy, IMHO). I also decreased the marshmallows a bit - if I had made this using the standard recipe, the balls would have turned out way too sweet for my indvidual taste. The kids will probably enjoy this as well (I have no children, so I can't say for sure...). Thanks for sharing, Kory. Everyone should give this a try!
I make this with Reeces Pieces and form it in a bundt pan. The kids love popcorn cake!
These were so easy to make! My 4 yr. old helped me and we added some orange coloring and chocolate sprinkles for Halloween. I used a bag of microwave popcorn and it seemed like there was too much marshmellow mix. Next time it will cut back on that.
These were so yummy! I don't particularly like hard caramel corn, and this had a soft, chewy texture even after cooling. I did add about 1/2 cup brown sugar to the butter to add a golden color and make it taste a bit more like caramel corn. Kids loved it, husband too! Highly recommend!
This was the first popcorn ball I ever made. I learned to make this with a small box of jello stirred in, my memory seems to think it was either strawberry or cherry because it was bright red. It's foolproof. It's a lot like krispie treats, you really can't mess this up and it's great for little hands who want to make something in the kitchen.
After a conversation about days of yore when you'd go trick or treating and get a few yummy home made treats along with the standard candy, I couldn't stop thinking about popcorn balls! Made this to cure that craving and all I have to say is YUMM-MMY!!! I cut the recipe in half for 2 of us and I'm actually glad I did since we ate nearly the whole pan last night and would have done the same with twice the amount! I used 1 bag micro butter popcorn which gave it the perfect salty/sweet combo you might not get with air popped corn, but obviously adds extra calories (pour into a bowl to pick the unpopped kernels out unless you want a trip to the dentist with a broken tooth!). 3 tb butter, and 1/2 bag of marshmallows. Added a splash of vanilla to melted mallow mix once removed from heat. Rather than shape into balls, I pressed them into a square pan and cut into bars once cooled, more out of laziness than anything else. Made this Halloween night and we barely even touched the candy we were handing out cause these were soooo good! I will make these year round as a 'olden timey days' alternative to rice crispie treats... I think I might even like this better!
My grandsons love these, I add 1/2 cup of peanut butter into the sauce pan after the marshmallows are melted. If you like peanut butter, you'll like them this way.
Made around 70 balls for my halloween party...they came out perfect...I took this recipe and made it my own...microwave popcorn...two bags to half bag of mini marshmallows with the butter too of course... I then melted everything in the microwave...laid the popcorn out on wax paper with seeds out. Then poured the mallows over that. Then made the balls. No big mess with the nasty bowl or squishy the popcorn with a spoon. Easy, Quick! After I formed the balls and let them sit a bit I put them in halloween baggies. SO GOOD!
super easy for a rainy afternoon! We did 1 bag mircrowave kettle corn, and 3 tbsp. butter, 1 1/2 tbsp. brown sugar, a dash of vanilla, and 3/4 of a bag of large marshmallows. It's what I had on hand- very good, the kids loved them! I'd like to add peanuts next time.
Really good, really cheap and really easy! what more do you want? Followed others' suggestions and added 2tbsp brown sugar with melting butter and vanilla. also added flax meal for some modicum of nutrition. My one tip is to just wet your hands with water rather than using spray oil or butter - water actually worked better for me!
Easy & delicious! Don't forget to take the unpopped kernels out before u combine the popcorn w/the marshmallows. Its hard to fish them out of sticky marshmallow otherwise.
We used 2 bags of Vicks popcorn and 1 big bag of marshmallows. We also added in cut up Hot Tamales candy and added to the mix. Out of this world!
Delicious!! Added crushed candy canes and a touch of salt. Wrapped in cello they were perfect holiday treat (party favor, token gift, etc.). YUM, YUM, YUM! Minor tweaks: I used 2 TBSP oil to cook popcorn. (BTW, this makes 4 QT so do use a 4QT pan.) I reduced to 5 TBSP butter (more than krispie treat recipe but less than this recipe) and used full 10 oz bag of regular size marshmallows (approx 40 marshmallows, fairly sure this is equivalent to minis called for in this recipe). Also added 1/3-1/2 tsp salt and 1/3-1/2 cup candy cane pieces. YUM! Candy canes, of course, were for the holiday season and salt added the salty-sweet contrast we wanted. I mixed in the largest bowl I own then shaped into balls onto wax paper. Spray or butter the bowl and your hands. This stuff is sticky!! Secret tricks: Melt butter and marshmallows slowly on LOW heat and stir constantly so they have no chance to burn. Also, add 2 tsp milk into melted marshmallows, a tip I picked up on a rice krispie treat recipe here on allrecipes. Makes it all extra creamy. YUM!!
Very easy! Added 1/2 C brown sugar as others recommended and M&Ms. Need to add candies after almost completely cooled or they melt when forming into balls.
So fun to make! I thought I was going to have a huge hassle with this one,but I was so wrong. I needed a last minute treat for my daughters class' Valentines Day party(how could I have forgotten?), and we had almost all the ingredients on hand already.I had hubby air popping the corn while I ran to the store down the street for the rest! We quadrupled the batch to make thirty, and ended up with FIFTY! I added one small box of sugar free mixed fruit jello,that was a great suggestion. They were nice and pink with a fruity taste. I'll experiment with other colors/flavors,possibly seasonally, and also try it without anything extra. Thank you for an easy, fun and delish recipe!
I like these & more importantly, my son adores them because as well as tasting good they aren't hard! However, I did change it a bit. Before adding marshmallows, I put in 3/4 cup of Karo syrup with butter & cooked till it was "hard ball stage" (when dropped into cold water) then I put in mallows & 1/2 cup brown sugar. It was a light caramel taste, coated well & I could easily form into balls! Yay
Easiest recipe ever especially if you use microwave popcorn and melt the butter & marshmallows in a big microwave safe bowl. I used the holiday gingerbreadman marshmallows with a splash of vanilla and cinnamon. Perfect!
The only change I made was to air pop my popcorn and used Kraft strawberry marshmallow's....yum, yum....and sticky!
Fantastic! I did half a batch and added probably about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of brown sugar for more flavor. My whole family ate them up and asked for more!!
These were so easy! Took about 10 minutes to make and boy do they taste fantastic; I couldn't stop eating them! I went with lightly buttered microwaveable popcorn to make it even easier, and I also added about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of brown sugar to the marshmallow mix to make it more carmel flavored. On my second batch, I made them with marshmallow cream because my boyfriend is vegetarian and marshmallows have gelatin. I then added some orange food coloring to the sauce. After tossing it all together, I added some choc chips for halloween. A+ recipe! Thanks for sharing!
Sooo good! Had to make a few quick subs due to lack of proper ingredients, but these were very tasty. I used Jiffy Pop and marshmallow fluff instead (note: marshmallow fluff is quicker than melting marshmallows). 1 package of popped Jiffy Pop, 1 jar of marshmallow fluff, 3 tbsp butter and 1 1/2 tsp vanilla. As some others have suggested, I mixed in a large bowl and then pressed into the cake pan and cut into squares. This stuff is addicting!!
Fun to make with kids. We made them during the holidays & called them snowballs. I added pretzel pieces & candied pecans to the popcorn & that was delicious. Make sure to use fresh marshmallows or they will come out kind of hard.
This recipe was great! I made it with microwave popcorn and took the suggestion of someone earlier. 1/2 uncooked kernels = 4 quarts = 16 cups Thanks again!
soooo good! I made with a bag of large marshmallows,(I didn't have mini) 2 bags of microwave popcorn with the 6tbs of butter. I pressed it into a 9X13 pan and cut into squares.
This recipe is very simple to make, and it really does taste excellent. I'll be making this a lot.
I add brown sugar to mine but these are by far the best. My family has made them for years!
This is the best Popcorn Ball recipe I have ever made. They are moist and just very good. My kids love them.
I used to make these when I was young so I was looking for a recipe-couldn't quite remember how we did it-we always scrubbed the kitchen sink, filled the drain with foil and did the mixing in the sink for easy cleanup. Works great as I doubled this recipe.
My toddler and I made these together on a Friday morning--they turned out delicious and we had fun making them!
This recipe was very easy and quick. But, the taste was sort of bland. I used no butter microwave popcorn. My young child liked it in bits and pieces. Next time I would add more butter and salt.
great recipe!! i had strawberry flavored jumbo marshmallows leftover so i used four of them instead and it worked excellent! loved these popcorn balls!
Yummy! I always make the corn syrup poopcorn balls and wind up burning my hands every time. These were so quick and easy. It doesnt matter if you use mini or reg. marshmallows-you'll be melting them. 5cups is about a 10oz bag of marshmallows(if you eat a few while you get everything ready). I will definitely make these again, they were soft and yummy. I dont now about the idea of adding jell-o to the mixture for color....I wouldnt like grape or orange flavored popcorn balls, plus I would think it would be too sweet.
These are just like the recipe my mom had growing up. We decorate the outside with 10 cinnimin candies and tie with a red bow and hang on the Christmas tree. Thanks for helping me pass down a family favorite to my kids!
These were great and the kids loved them! I made 50 of them for my kids classes, I wrapped them in red saran wrap and tied with a green boy for christmas!
I found this recipe about 3 years ago. We started making them at Christmas time. Since then we make them for other holidays. Halloween - we add candy corn, Valentine's Day - cinnamon red hots. My father has eaten many a popcorn ball in his years and these are his FAVORITE (even with dentures)..LOL They can be tricky at times to sticking together...we always butter our hands well before working with the popcorn!
A super easy snack to make..perfect for kids. I kept them in the pan like many others as it saved time.
This recipe was quick and easy. Be sure to put the marshmallow and butter mixture pan in water as soon as you pour it over the popcorn. You'll be doing dishes for AGES if you don't! I sprinkled flaked coconut to make this recipe even better!
These were easy. I did alter the recipe for ease and with what I had on hand. I used microwave popcorn. I just popped one or two bags and put that in a greased 9x13 dish. You could probably just use a big mixing bowl too. I used light butter and melted some heart-shaped strawberry flavored marshmallows. Poured this over the top of the popcorn and sprayed cooking spray on my hands and rolled into balls. I thought they tasted good, like marshmallow treats.
Yesterday at 4:30 pm - my Boyfriend remembered that he was supposed to send treats for his sons kindergarden class. I thought popcorn balls would be great so I jumped in here to find a recipe. They turned out beautiful - I double the recipe, added the brown sugar as recommended and a spash of vanilla - 26 perfectly sized popcorn balls for the class. Easiest recipe I have used for this - the marshmallows kind of made it like a rice crispy treat with popcorn. THANKS!!!
Easy and tasty
MMMMMMM....yummy! Even the pickiest little kid eaters love this one. Perfect for sending to family with Christmas packages. Traveled well and stayed fresh. Used hot air popper and a roasting pan. Very quick, simple and easy and my 5 year old was easily able to help in the process. Added the 1/2cup brown sugar as another member suggested for a yummy carmelized flavor. Thanks for the great recipe.
Excelent, a little green food color in the marshmallow satisfied my four year olds request for green popcorn! Very easy to make, taste great!
Quick & easy. I used 2 bags of microwave kettle corn, added 1tsp vanilla & food coloring to make them orange for Halloween. Yummy!
I am in love with this recipe!! i wanted to make pop corn balls for my daughter's halloween party - a monster lab theme. Well i tried the jello powder suggestion using a package of cherry jello powder to the marshmallow mixture and upon mixing it all up discovered i had created the MONSTER BRAIN for the monster lab!! It was quick, easy and very tasty!!
WOW! Delicious! We made the popcorn treats with store boughten popcorn and still used the same mixture as the original recipe and they turned out wonderful. Easy, fast and yummy!
These were super easy, just like rice krispie treats. I didn't have mini marshmallows on hand, only the large. I used a whole bag of the regular size Marshmallows to substitute and melted up fine. I added 1/2 c. brown sugar and the balls turned out so yummy and ooey gooey. Kids gobbled them up.
These were so easy to make and my toddlers gobbled them up. However, I followed the advice of another reviewer and added 1/2 cup of brown sugar. I thought they were a bit to sweet. Maybe a couple of tablespoons instead or jello flavoring. I also colored mine orange for upcoming halloween partys. I thought it looked cute.
A quick and easy way to make a sweet snack!
These were AWESOME -- quick, easy, and very tasty. I made them for a Hallowe'en party and added red & yellow food coloring to make them orange. They were a HIT. So much easier than the traditional method with corn syrup, etc. Thanks for posting this!
These were so yummy! I made them for my little boy to take to school to share for his birthday. I made the balls smaller (made 25), added a few tablespoons of rainbow jimmies and set them in fancy cupcake liners. They looked so cute and he loved them! A little messy, but so are rice krispie treats :)
Great recipe. I've used many different popcorn ball recipes, and this one ranks pretty high. They were a little hard to roll and keep their shape, but once I got the hang of it, it went pretty smooth. The kids loved them. I would suggest using a very good popcorn. I used a store brand that yielded alot of kernels that I had to sift out, for fear of breaking a tooth.
Very easy! I used my air popper for the popcorn and added 1/2 cup of brown sugar to the marshmallows and butter. This made it taste more like caramel. I make these all the time. So yummy!
These were very easy to make brought me back to my childhood have not had them again till today! they are very good with brown sugar also.
This recipe seemed really simple but when I tried it the balls wouldn't stay together and then when we finally got them to stay together and tasted the final product it wasn't tasty at all. We followed the directions exactly by the way and I made these with a group of people and all of them agreed on how clumsily they went together and how the taste wasn't good
These are so easy and tasty!n The only thing I will add is to put the lid on the pot when you are popping the corn! I forgot and had popcorn flying all over the kitchen :) My four year old helped make the balls and we had fun. He loves them! Next time we will add little M&Ms or some other kind of candy.... YUM!
good! took another reviewers suggestion and added 1/2 c. brown sugar to the mix. also added food coloring to color mine. they didn't set up as well (harden) like other popcorn balls I've made (they were soft, which I love, but almost too soft)...but some could be related to our weather here right now--very humid/hot...not sure. still VERY yummy!! :)
Nice basic recipe. I used 16c of prepopped lightly salted popcorn and added some vanilla for extra flavor. Make sure to butter your hands a few times, they get a little sticky even with butter!
I've never made such an easy popcorn ball recipe. I did add the 1/2 c. of brown sugar and threw in a few M&M's. The kids helped make them into balls and it wasn't even that messy! Yum! Yum! The marshmallows are the secret ingrediant that I wish I would have known about a long time ago!
I've made 3 batches today. Very good. I used an air popper instead of cooking in oil. These are very good. Angela
I made these for a party and had some older kids help shape them in balls. I had them wet their hands with water instead of butter. It worked perfectly, less mess. I also added 1 tsp of brown vanilla and ended up making a 2nd batch... the vanilla didnt taste well. I am not sure if the vanilla went rancid from the heat since I poured it directly into the pan with the butter and marshmallows. I also used 1 bag of microwave popcorn, Simply Salted.
Fun Recipe! I changed it a bit because of the ingredients I had. I used chocolate cheerios, semi-sweet mini chocolate chips, and made half the marshmallow mixture. I poured the mixture (which I made in the microwave by the way) over the cheerios, mixed it up, greased my hands and rolled the balls. Then I rolled the balls in the chocolate chips. These were so good.
They were a big hit with family and friends on halloween! I added a few Reese' Pieces candies to be festive. I also popped my own popcorn in my Whirley Pop with some olive oil and sea salt. What a yummy treat!
We though these would taste more like rice rispy treats but the just didn't. They were ok but way too sweet. Maybe a little vanilla would help. We won't make these again. Too sweet and greasy.
These were easy to make and my kids liked them, but they were too sweet for me. Also a very sticky mess to eat.
This is a great recipes and has a wonderful flovor! I added reese pieces to the mix and gave them a peanutbutter flovor which was awesome! My son loves them very much and can not wait to give them to his class for Halloween!
This recipe is very easy and the best one I have made! The popcorn balls are soft, not hard. I just added a little salt and 1/2 tsp. vanilla to the melted marshmallow/butter mixture. I really like this recipe because there is no added corn syrup or sugar! This recipe is no sweeter than rice crispy bars. My whole family loves these! I will make again!
I popped a few bags of microwave popcorn and added it to the marshmallow mix until it looked like enough. These were really good. I had some left over melted caramel and chocolate from making caramel apples, so I drizzled the popcorn balls with caramel and chocolate. very good.......
I use microwave popcorn and add dark or milk chocolate mini chips to this recipe to make it even easier and tasty.
I've made these before, but like to add 1/2 a package of unsweetened koolaid crystals to the marshmallows and no extra sugar. Kids like the colour and flavour. Adding all sorts of different chewy candies as well.
I love these. I added 1/2 pk of jello mix to add flavor (my mom did that when I was a kid). I only had large marshmallows on hand so i used a 10oz bag and they turned out great.
The kids and I made these SO fast this morning and we added some multi colored "sprinkle balls" to them which was fun for the kiddos to feel a bit more involved! Would make these again for sure! YUM!
These are delicious! We added a few red hots for the perfect touch of color and added flavor.
Excellent! I added M&M's and peanuts and they turned out great.
Good. I looked in my pantry and decided I didnt just want popcorn, so I added 2 T more butter and 2 cups more marshmallow with 1t of mexican vanilla, then added about 2 cups of rice cereal and a handful of shredded coconut. Also mixed in sprinkles. Turned out wonderful.
Honestly its THEY MOST FUN making these! :D
I would rate this ZERO stars, but I had to pick at least 1....... I don't know what I did wrong!? I used 2 bags of micro Popcorn, 1 bag of mini marshmallows, and butter. I got a gooey mess that didn't want to form. I even tried to put into 9x13 pan, no luck! After 2 hours I tried popping another bag of corn thinking I had too much of the mix, that didn't work either. Disappointed due to all the great reviews!
5 stars just the way they are!! so easy! quick dessert that the kids can help make!
I air popped the popcorn and used 3/4 cup instead of 1/2 cup. I added a package of orange jello, and it reminded me of a creamcicle. Yum!
great for a sweet craving. added chopped up lindt milk chocolate bar and can't eat it without now.
This was a great recipe. Doubled it so hubby could take to work for his guys. Added half bag milk maid caramels while melting butter then added marshmallows and about a tsp and a half of vanilla. Will make again. Thank you for recipe.
Super easy! I've always wanted to make popcorn balls and this is by far a yummy and easy treat to make. I had the kids add different types of Christmas sprinkles to the mixture after it cooled a bit and right before we rolled them into balls. They are so festive and cute! I used two bags of microwave lite popcorn and one 16 oz bag of large marshmallows. I used a full half cup of butter since I used more marshmallows and a little more popcorn but I bet it would've been fine with just 6 Tablespoons. Thank you for a great recipe!
SO YUMMY !!!!!!!!! I used microwave popcorn (not quite 2 bags) although I probably could have used more popcorn. The kids loved them and so did I !!! Thanks for the recipe. SO easy...SO fun !!
easy and delicious. i used pam instead of butter to melt the marshallows and used smart pop microwave popcorn with light butter and salt. i thought the saltimess of that popcorn and the sweetness of the marshallows offset each other perfectly. a healthy snack when craving sweet.
These were so fun to make!! I have made it twice, once following the recipe wich turned out great. The second I tried to use marshmellow fluff and it did not turn out at all. It would not stick together. I also tried to add coloring with food coloring, but I think the culprit was the fluff. I ended up with a bowl of loose marshmello covered popcorn. I guess this would work nicely if you wanted to add nuts and make something that resembles cracker jacks.
So easy! So awesome!! We added left over Halloween candy & it was quick hit.
This is a great easy way to make the popcorn ball kids and adults love alike! I have been making popcorn balls for many years per request because most folks tell me they just cannot get them to stick together. This recipe works every time and is so easy! I usually add candy corn to mine just to give them the autumn look but good any time! I have shared this recipe with many over the past year, folks cannot believe how simple. Don't get me wrong the old fashion recipe with the sugar and water is great too, but this one take less than half the time and never fails! ( for beginners, you add the candy corn at the end when you are making them into balls :)
These are really great and easy to make. I also used microwave butter lite popcorn and I also use a microwave to melt the marshmallows. Less sugar, less marshmallows and it all is easy.
Delicious recipe! Reminiscent of Rice Crispy Treats, as a lover of both marshmallows and popcorn, I couldn't resist these tasty, tasty treats. The only thing I did differently was to leave them in the pan and cut them into bars instead of forming them into popcorn balls. I also air popped the popcorn in hopes of saving a few calories :)
all i got was a sticky mess that won't form balls
These were pretty good...they were certainly easy enough to make. I used microwave popcorn (2 bags of light), I used a bag of lg. marshmallows & I added candy corn. I made 10 lg balls, wrapped them in plastic wrap & tied them off w/ orange & black curling ribbon. Very festive & my grandkids enjoyed them...thanks!
Great and easy recipe. I added watermelon flavoring (1/2 tsp of LoriAnn Gourmet Flavoring and green sprinkle)--kids and everyone else just LOVED them. I am going to try other flavors too---Thanks for recipe.
Yummy and gooey popcorn balls! I sort my popcorn after it pops to get rid of kernels and partially popped corn that can wreck your teeth. That makes the balls much more enjoyable to eat.
My mom made these as a kid and I always loved the chewy texture... like Rice Krispies but with popcorn. I looked for years and years for her popcorn ball recipe, but came up empty handed... until now :) Thank you!!!
Easy to make just messy:) Made this for our annual Harvest Carnival bake sale. Kids love them because they are so sweet.