White Chocolate Puffcorn

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Jami McLamb Recipe
Lightly Salted
Pleasantville, IA (pop. 1,694)
Member Since Aug 2010
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A simple and quick addictive treat!!
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Melt almond bark in a bowl in the microwave on medium heat stirring every minute or so. Pour melted chocolate into a small baggie.
Cover a roaster or cake pan with aluminum foil. Pour package of puffcorn into pan. Cut a corner of the baggie and drizzle chocolate over puffcorn. Stir until well coated. Let sit until chocolate is set. You can place in the fridge to help it set faster. Break pieces apart and enjoy!!

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user Carol Collins azrocks - Dec 5, 2010
Jami, What's Puffcorn?
user Paulita S Pauleta - Dec 5, 2010
It's bagged "popcorn" without the kernel. I think it's a "yankee" deal, don't think it's available down in the south. I've never seen it.
user Bea L. BeachChic - Dec 5, 2010
Well shucks! I want some puffcorn so I can make this. It sounds so good! Wonder what else we could use?
user Jami McLamb JoJo0208 - Dec 9, 2010
It might be a Yankee thing, not sure I guess!! I live in Iowa. It is popcorn without the kernels. It is super buttery easy on your teeth treat by itself!! It is made by Fritos and is Chester (the cheetah) brand. The bag is found in the chip isle. It has blue on the label. It also comes with a terrific recipe for caramel puffcorn!!! Hope you can find it somewhere!
user Paulita S Pauleta - Dec 9, 2010
I'm gonna look for it. The memory is fresh in my mind of the trip to the dentist due to a rogue popcorn kernel.....ouch!

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