Popcorn is the ultimate movie-watching, late-night-studying, hanging out, party snack! My two friends and I invented this recipe last weekend after coming home from a church event.
I used an air popper, but you can use microwave popcorn or the stovetop method. If you’re using microwave popcorn, don’t use any flavored kind such as salted. If you’re using an air popper, do not use more than a 1/4 cup of kernels at once. I usually pop the kernels in 1/8 cup increments. If you’re using the stovetop method, try coconut oil instead of butter! If you don’t have a big enough popcorn bowl, you can pour the popcorn out on a cookie sheet or into a large pot. You can use the method you would for rice crispy treats, only substitute the rice crispies for the popcorn!
- 1 bag of microwave popcorn (or 1/4 cup kernels for the air popper or stovetop)
- 3 TBL butter (or coconut oil)
- 1/2 bag mini marshmallows (or six large marshmallows)
- 1 bar Hershey’s milk chocolate (or half a bag of chocolate chips)
- 1 package of graham crackers
- Make the popcorn. DO NOT PUT OIL OR BUTTER IN AIR POPPER!
- While the popcorn is popping, melt the butter and marshmallows in a pan.
- Chop the chocolate bar or chips into small bits.
- After the popcorn has been popped, sprinkle the chocolate over the hot popcorn and stir the chocolate in.
- When the marshmallow is melted, drizzle it over the popcorn and stir again.
- Crumble the graham crackers and sprinkle the crumbs over the top of the popcorn.