Use A Food Glove For A Halloween Snack Bag

This is a great little project that you can do with your kids for a Halloween party. Its simple and really impactful for a layout for a party. Simply pop popcorn. At each tip of each finger put  a candy corn. Add popcorn to fill the glove. Close with a piece of curling ribbon made into a bow. Add a spider ring for a bit of show.

Easter Bunny Bait

12593714_1140576785973133_3800522848422676413_oKitchen Fun For My Three Sons – found on Facebook – is always a good site to find easy goodies. Here is Bunny Bait. Pop popcorn (I prefer bagged buttered popcorn myself) and add colored candy melts in pastels and lightly stir. Add colored sprinkles.

Optionals: nuts, M&M’s, shaped candy sprinkles

Gremlins 3-d Cake

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Opps – someone got Gizmo wet I see. What an awesome 3D cake featuring Gizmo, reels of film, popcorn and lots of candy from the epic theater portion of the Gremlin movie.

Brown Bag Popcorn In Microwave

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Microwave Popcorn Trick Add 1/3 cup popcorn kernels to a brown paper bag, fold the bag over twice then heat in a microwave — folded side down — for 2 minutes. THAT’S IT! Fresh popped popcorn without any fuss, ready for you to flavor as desired or eat completely bare.

Valentines Day Puffy Pink Popcorn Hearts

379190_428336003906212_45802237_nIngredients

1 bag (10 oz) large marshmallows
1/4 cup butter or margarine
4 drops red food color
8 cups popped light butter flavor microwave popcorn (from 3.5-oz bag)

1 In 3-quart saucepan, cook marshmallows and butter over medium heat, stirring constantly, just until marshmallows are melted. Remove from heat. Stir in food color.

2 Stir in popped popcorn until evenly coated. Cool 5 minutes.

3 With buttered hands, shape 1 cup mixture into heart shape. Repeat with remaining mixture. Wrap each heart in plastic wrap.