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Thread: Popcorn Delight

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    Junior Member Sue Fors's Avatar
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    This is the best holiday snacky stuff I've had in a long, long time!

    Popcorn Delights
    14 c. popped corn
    2 c. salted peanuts
    2 c rice crispy cereal
    2 c. mini marshmallows
    2 bags white choc chips
    3 Tbs. peanut butter
    Pour over and toss until well coated. Line cookie
    sheet with wax paper and spread over sheet and
    refrigerator for 15-20 minutes. Break up and store
    in air tight container in the refrigerator.
    Melt in double boiler or
    microwave

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    sounds yummy & quick. Thanks for sharing the recipe

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    Yummy - can't wait to try this.

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    Yummmmm

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    Sounds SO good!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fors
    This is the best holiday snacky stuff I've had in a long, long time!

    Popcorn Delights
    14 c. popped corn
    2 c. salted peanuts
    2 c rice crispy cereal
    2 c. mini marshmallows
    2 bags white choc chips
    3 Tbs. peanut butter
    Pour over and toss until well coated. Line cookie
    sheet with wax paper and spread over sheet and
    refrigerator for 15-20 minutes. Break up and store
    in air tight container in the refrigerator.
    Melt in double boiler or
    microwave
    Sounds yummy... Your avatar picture looks like my "Blueberry" I refinished this one several years ago. Love her!!!

    Blueberry by Beth
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    Thank you :D:D:D

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    May I ask? Which ingredients do you melt? I can guess peanut butter and chips, but what about the marshmallows? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by VernaL
    May I ask? Which ingredients do you melt? I can guess peanut butter and chips, but what about the marshmallows? Thanks
    wondering about that also....will be waiting.........thanks

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    I don't get it about the melting either???
    Will be waiting for answer also :-D

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    Me too. but since a couple of others have asked where the marshmellows go, I'll just wait for your answer.. sound like something I'd love to make!!

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    lol and I thought I was the only one missing something.

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    Sounds so scrumptious ! But please let us know if you melt the marshmallows too !! Thanks !

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    Sounds delicious, can't wait to try it. Yummy!!

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    I too want to know what ingred. get melted..

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    I PM'ed her. I hope she expains before Christmas. I would love to try them.

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    Please share when you get her reply...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4L
    Please share when you get her reply...
    I sure will. I explained to her that there were many waiting for the directions. Hopefully she will reply to the thread and not my PM.

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    Just melt the peanut butter and the chips.
    It is as addicting as it is awesome!

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    Beth, I like your machine better than mine! I used a metal-flake paint and don't like the finish as much as yours!

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    Thank you so much for the instructions on the recipe. It sure sounds good.
    Verna

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fors
    Beth, I like your machine better than mine! I used a metal-flake paint and don't like the finish as much as yours!
    Thank You Sue. I used a custom color in Dupont Automotive Paint. Then we also used Automotive clear coat on the machine after the decals were added. I won't do another one. It was way to much work. Although it was worth it after it was all finished. Beth

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    Thank you for clairifying the recipe.. we are going to have some for the "Big Day". I'll have lots of family in and I know they will all love it.. sounds like it makes a lot, but I may have to make another half recipe anyway!

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    Sounds good

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