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Christmas pop corn

Christmas pop corn

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Christmas Popcorn Recipe by of 13-12-2019

THE Christmas pop corn they are a sort of middle ground between caramelized popcorn and struffoli;) Essentially, these are ordinary popcorn, held together by melted white chocolate and decorated with sprinkles and pralines. The result is the so-called funfetti popcorn Christmas style (they also call it Christmas crunch) much loved in America, a sweet and crunchy snack to nibble on quiet afternoons during the holidays. If you have friends or relatives who love the genre, you can also think about making a nice package and giving them as a gift, why not;) If instead you are simply the lovers of the genre, do not miss this recipe, perfect to use to see a Christmas movie;)


How to make Christmas popcorn

First, melt the butter in a non-stick or thick-bottomed pan.
Pour the popcorn corn into the pot, cover with a lid and cook over medium-low heat, shaking the pot every now and then without lifting the lid, until the popcorns have all burst (you will notice because the noise will stop).

Meanwhile, prepare the decorations to use.

Towards the end of cooking, melt the chocolate in the microwave or in a bain-marie.

Once the popcorn is ready, pour them into a bowl, add the chocolate and mix to distribute it evenly.
Then add the decorations and mix again.

Your Christmas popcorn are ready, you just have to choose a nice Christmas dish to serve them.

Video: Christmas white chocolate peppermint popcorn (July 2022).


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