Sweet and Salty White Chocolate Popcorn

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Here is a Sweet and Salty White Chocolate Popcorn recipe that will titillate your taste buds and the taste buds of all the kids and everyone else that you offer this great popcorn recipe to. This popcorn recipe is quick and easy as all popcorn recipes are, and once the microwave step is completed, your young baker or cook can likely put this popcorn snack together all by him or her self. This Sweet and Salty White Chocolate Popcorn recipe offers a great contrast of flavors and textures that can be really satisfying to eat. So you will not have to have much of this popcorn recipe in order to be fully satisfied. This is just as well, since this recipe is loaded with salt and sugar. Perhaps that is why it is just so yummy. Of course, the M&Ms are also appealing with their multiple colors and crunch as well as their unique chocolate flavor. In addition, pretzels add a bit of salt that helps to emphasize the sweet parts of this recipe.

This recipe is quick and easy to make once the popcorn is popped and the chocolate part of this popcorn recipe is melted and ready to pour over the contents. Be sure that the various ingredients are not too hot before you serve this popcorn recipe. It will taste great served warm or cold and have a great contrast of sweet and salty flavor as well as lots of texture from the various ingredients. These ingredients include both popcorn and pretzels among lots of other great stuff that goes in to this popcorn snack.

Popcorn can be a great snack when it is served plain in order to help fill you up without too many calories. There are so many great varieties that you can now buy and just pop in to the microwave that in just two or three minutes create a warm and yummy snack that is not too many calories or too high in fat. Of course once you start adding in all the great ingredients in this recipe, the salt and fat content will soar. So be sure you only serve out the recommended serving portion, which is about one half of one cup for each person that you are serving. That also means this snack will go a long way towards serving a lot of people. As well, you want to make individual servings so that hands are not reaching in to the same bowl. Even clean hands carry germs that you just do not want to share. So serve this snack in individual bowls that each person can use individually. Other than that, just enjoy this pretty and crunchy treat.

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