This Candy Cane Popcorn is simple and extremely addicting. It’s great for neighbor gifts or just for movie night.

Candy canes, almond bark, and popcorn is all you need to make this Candy Cane Popcorn.

Candy Cane Popcorn

During the Christmas season I’m always looking for friend and neighbor gifts that are tasty, pretty, and easy. This Candy Cane Popcorn is all three. I know it sounds simple but these three ingredients come together to create magic.

This creamy popcorn tastes like Christmas! I was surprised how much I enjoyed it because it was so easy to throw together and when you’re making mass amounts of edible gifts, that’s important. This is definitely on the top of my favorite popcorn list.

I tested it out on my neighbor’s taste buds too. Yes, I’m that crazy woman giving my neighbors Christmas treats in November. They all gave me the thumbs up.

If you want to make these cute tags, just print this document I made here on some white cardstock. Here are the Candy Cane Popcorn Tags.

You can pop your own popcorn but I actually just used one bag of microwavable popcorn which turned out to be 8 cups. Just don’t use one that’s super heavy on butter.

You want a blank canvas to put your toppings on. Crushed candy canes are stirred into the almond bark to help it stick to the popcorn with additional candy canes sprinkled on top.

This Candy Cane Popcorn is simple and extremely addicting. It's great for neighbor gifts or just for movie night. the-girl-who-ate-everything.comPackage it up with some festive tissue paper in little takeout boxes. You will love this!

Candy Cane Popcorn

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Candy Cane Popcorn

This Candy Cane Popcorn is simple and extremely addicting. It's great for neighbor gifts or just for movie night.

Ingredients

  • 16 ounces vanilla almond bark (see note)
  • 12 peppermint candy canes, crushed in a food processor to fine crumbs (or by hand)
  • 8 cups popped popcorn

Instructions

  1. Place popcorn in a very large bowl.
  2. Melt almond bark according to package directions.
  3. Stir 1/2 cup of the crushed candy canes into the melted bark and pour over the popcorn. Stir thoroughly coating popcorn while sprinkling with remaining crushed candy canes.
  4. Lay popcorn on a parchment lined cookie sheet to cool.
  5. Break into pieces and package up for gifts.

Recipe Notes

This time of year almond bark can usually be found in your grocery store. I also can find it at Target and I can always find it at Walmart. It melts so much better than white chocolate.

recipe inspired from Lost Button Studio

Candy Cane Popcorn