White Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Treats

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 Hope you’re ready to have your mind blown because these White Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Treats are about to do just that!

Have you ever had white chocolate on popcorn with a little bit of salt on top? No?? You haven’t lived! I made it a few weeks back for a movie night and I ended up loving the popcorn so much I made it about 234 times since and then turned it into White Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Treats because when in doubt… ADD MARSHMALLOWS. It’s my new solution to most problems!

The result was incredible and also a major problem. This sweet / salty / chocolaty / rainbow sprinkle situation was straight up dangerous. I could not be controlled… it was square after square of White Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn goodness going into my mouth and there was no end in sight. Thomas eventually confiscated the pan or I would have easily devoured the entire thing. No shame in my game. It makes for the perfect dessert / movie night snack / sweet treat / breakfast / lunch / dinner. I’ve clearly lost my mind… but try them and you’ll be right there with me!

White Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Treats from www.whatsgabycooking.com (@whatsgabycookin)

And because I like to make your life as easy as possible – if you want the grab the same kind of sprinkles – you can order them right here on Amazon!

White Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Treats from www.whatsgabycooking.com (@whatsgabycookin)

White Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Treats

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Ingredients

  • 8 ounces white chocolate melted
  • 8 cups popped popcorn
  • flaky sea salt
  • 1/3 cup tiny rainbow Nonpareils
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 16 ounces mini marshmallows

Instructions

  • Prepare a 9x9 baking dish with parchment paper and spray with non-stick baking spray.
  • In a large bowl, gently mix in the melted white chocolate into the popped popcorn. Sprinkle the sprinkles on top and dust with a little salt. Mix everything together until the chocolate and sprinkles are evenly combined.
  • Melt the butter in a large saucepan over medium high heat. Add the marshmallows and continuously stir to combine until the marshmallows are melted and smooth.
  • Stir in the popcorn and and mix until the popcorn is well coated. Immediately transfer the mixture into the prepped baking dish pressing it firmly into an even layer. Sprinkle with extra sprinkles on top if desired.
  • Let it harden for about 20 minutes and then cut and serve. (best when served immediately)
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35 comments

  1. naomi

    Well naturally this is a must make – holy sh*t I love these!!

  2. Karen @ Seasonal Cravings

    These look super dangerous but we need to treat ourselves occasionally right? Yum!

  3. Monika

    If I throw the whole pan up in the air, will I be able to catch it in my mouth? I sure hope so!!!

  4. Julie @ Table for Two

    I can see how addicting these could be! The fun sprinkles make it so cute!

  5. Happy Valley Chow

    Those look awesome! Easy and delicious for sure. Thanks for sharing, PINNED!!

  6. Jenny Flake

    How fun are these!!! Cute and perfect for the kids this summer!!

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  10. Maryam

    Hello,

    I made these treats and they were delicious! Only issue was getting them into perfect squares.. they kept breaking a part 🙁

    • Gaby

      breaking apart in what way? because they are sticky? I usually wipe my knife off between slices so it’s a clean knife! And run the knife under hot water to make cutting easier!

  11. Amber O

    I wonder if you could sub it out for dark chocolate? like a version of moose munch? 😛

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  15. Hailey Shaffer

    I thought I remembered you making popcorn balls on Snapchat a while ago. Is that this recipe? Or am I remembering wrong

  16. Aisling

    So I followed a link for a green smoothie recipe to your site …. and then got distracted by this recipe instead. My 15 yr old son and I made it this evening … ummmm – chocolate and corn are vegetables – right?

    These are so yummy – as you said I am going to have to hide the pan – my son has offered to keep it safe 🙂

  17. Angela

    This was a hit…tasted like pink popcorn from the old days…we left out chocolate bc my kids don’t like it and still good…thank you

  18. Adrienne

    If I made these a day ahead, would they still be good next day? Or best served immediately?

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  21. Lisa

    I was going to make these for a snack for coworkers but I have to make them the night before. Will they still be good tomorrow?

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  23. Jackie Ryan

    Could I just do this as like ” caramel corn” ? I think that would work.