ST. PATRICK’S DAY POPCORN

We are not from Irish descent and yet when we were kids our mom always cooked  a special St. Patrick’s Day meal on March 17th complete with Corned Beef and Cabbage and a “green” dessert.  We try to keep up with the tradition (although truth time, sometimes we leave out the cabbage!) and great go-to; green dessert is our sweet and salty St. Patrick’s Day Popcorn.  So easy to make and delicious enough for lure a Leprechaun out of hiding.
Once the popcorn is covered in marshmallow mixture it is time to add the candy.  But don’t wait too long. You want the marshmallow mixture to still be warm and sticky.  Sprinkle the candy onto the popcorn, concentrating on the areas with the most drizzled marshmallow mixture.  Allow the St. Patrick’s Day Popcorn to cool. Break apart into pieces and serve.

St. Patrick’s Day Popcorn is a yummy sweet and salty popcorn treat that is so easy to make. Surprise your family with this fun St. Patrick’s Day dessert.

INGREDIENTS:
  • 10 Cups of Popped Popcorn
  • Salt
  • 3 tbsp. Butter (Sweet Cream, Salted)
  • 3 cups Mini Marshmallows
  • Regular M&Ms – Green
  • Pretzel M&M’s – Green
  • M&M Mini’s – Green
  • Lucky Charms Shamrock Marshmallows

DIRECTIONS:
  1. Pop 10 cups of popcorn and salt liberally and place in a large bowl.
  2.  Melt 3 tablespoons of butter in a medium sauce pan.  Once the butter is melted, add 3 cups of mini marshmallows. Stir until the marshmallows are melted.  Turn off the heat as soon as the last marshmallow has melted.
  3. Pour 3/4 of the marshmallow mixture over the popcorn in the bowl and then gently fold the popcorn with a spoon until most of the kernels are covered in mixture.
  4. Pour the marshmallow popcorn onto a prepared cookie sheet.
  5. Drizzle the remaining marshmallow mixture over the popcorn on the cookie sheet.
  6. Sprinkle the candy and sprinkles over the popcorn.
  7. Allow the popcorn to cool. Break apart into pieces and serve.

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