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The recipe should have the word ‘incredible’ in the title somewhere. Thanks to my friend Lori for sharing this fantastic recipe. She brought this popcorn in to work today in two large bowls for a birthday celebration and it was gone in a flash. It was delicious! I had never heard of ‘cookie butter’ before and another friend told me that she eats it by the spoon right out of the jar or spreads it on top of cookies.
Cookie Butter Popcorn
- 16 cups air popped plain popcorn (about ½ cup of kernels)
- 1 16 oz pkg vanilla candy coating (also called ‘candyquik’)
- 3 TB cookie butter (you can get this at Trader Joe’s)
- ½ colored candy melts
- 1 pkg of M&Ms
Pop your popcorn and place it in a large bowl. Next melt vanilla candy coating in the microwave according to package directions. Add the cookie butter to the melted chocolate and stir until combined. Then drizzle the coating over the popcorn and stir it until it’s evenly coated. Mix in the M&M’s and then spread out the popcorn on wax paper. Melt your colored candy melts in the microwave and then drizzle on top of the popcorn. You can always add a few drops of food coloring to white chocolate chips as well. Top with sprinkles if desired.