Cupid Crunch

Cupid Crunch - no bake white chocolate popcorn snack with M&Ms for Valentine's Day

Cupid Crunch - no-bake Valentine's treat! Great for gifts! Everyone gobbles this up! So quick and easy!
Cupid Crunch - no-bake Valentine's treat! Great for gifts! Everyone gobbles this up! So quick and easy!

This week I will be sharing some easy Valentine's Day treats. First up - Cupid Crunch. This is sweet and salty at its best!

I came across some Valentine candy corn at Wal-Mart and immediately decided to make this Cupid Crunch.  It is made with popcorn, candy corn, peanuts, M&Ms and almond bark.  I love to make popcorn snacks.  They are so easy to make and extremely addictive!     If you can't find the Valentine candy corn, try some mini marshmallows and/or craisins.  This makes a ton, so plan on giving some away.  It would make a great neighbor or teacher gift.

Cupid Crunch - no-bake Valentine's treat! Great for gifts! Everyone gobbles this up! So quick and easy!

Cupid Crunch - no-bake Valentine's treat! Great for gifts! Everyone gobbles this up! So quick and easy!






Yield: 20 cups

Cupid Crunch

prep time: 10 MINScook time: total time: 10 mins

ingredients:


  • 1 (24-oz) package vanilla Almond Bark
  • 2 bags of lightly salted microwave popcorn, popped (approximately 16-20 cups popped popcorn)
  • 1-1/2 cups Valentine candy corn
  • 1 cup dry roasted, salted peanuts
  • 1-1/2 cups M&Ms (Valentine colors)

instructions:


  1. Pop popcorn and place in a large bowl. The largest you have.  Pour peanuts, candy corn, and M&Ms on top.

    Break up almond bark. Melt according to package directions. Pour over popcorn mixture. Stir until everything is well coated and then spread out onto waxed paper, parchment, or foil. Let sit until completely dry and then break up into clumps.
  2. Break up almond bark. Melt according to package directions. 
  3. Pour over popcorn mixture. Stir until everything is well coated and then spread out onto waxed paper, parchment, or foil. 
  4. Let sit until completely dry and then break up into clumps.



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11 comments

  1. How good is this going to be when we are watching our annual Valentines movie tomorrow. thanks for the idea.

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  2. I loved your idea and made this using a bag of pre-popped kettle corn, valentine m&m's, heart shaped sprinkles, milk chocolate chips and white chocolate chips tinted pink.
    everyone LOVED it, thank you!

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  3. It looks yummy! We will absoulutly try this

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  4. How far ahead can you make this?

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    1. I think it would be fine for at least 5 to 7 days. If not longer.

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  6. In the potato chip aisle at the grocery store, there is a product called Puffcorn. I love popcorn but the hull is a dental nightmare. Puffcorn is a great alternative.

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  7. Try Puffcorn - no popcorn hulls . It's in the aisle with potato chips .

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