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Black and White Popcorn Recipe and Winter Link Up

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We’re back with another fun ‘Tis the Season link up with Krystal’s Kitsch! This year we’re going to focus on holidays and celebrations of any kind. Head over to Krystal’s site today to find a list of all the upcoming holidays and national days like National Popcorn Day which is my topic of choice today. A delicious popcorn recipe is comin’ at ya!

We often have family movie nights in our house and they’re never complete without popcorn…but eating it the same old way every time gets boring, so I like to try to spice things up. So, for today’s holiday themed recipe, I turned to the classic black and white cookie for inspiration. I just love the combination of chocolate and vanilla on that world famous cookie and I thought similar flavors would be delicious in a popcorn recipe!



1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup white chocolate chips
4 cups popped popcorn


1. Pop your popcorn. I actually went the semi-homemade route and used sea salt flavored microwave popcorn (I can’t resist salty and sweet together), but you could certainly make it from scratch and toss it with some sea salt.

2. Add 1/2 cup of the semi-sweet and white chocolate chips to your popcorn and toss.

3. Melt the remaining semi-sweet and white chocolate chips.

4. Spoon your popcorn mixture into individual bowls and drizzle the melted chocolate on top with a fork.

5. Enjoy!

So, now that you’ve seen what “holiday” inspired my popcorn recipe today, I would love to see what you’ve been up to!



Please add your winter themed recipe, craft, DIY etc. post below! Whether it’s winter decor or a Valentine’s Day treat, anything related to winter is welcome!

And don’t forget to visit my partner in crime Krystal! If you’re looking for more inspiration, she has it for you in her all inclusive holiday and national day list!


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