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White Chocolate Puff Corn: a.k.a. Unicorn Poop


So I’m sitting in the middle of Bible Study with 5 other couples when my two-year-old ventures upstairs from playing with the other children. She slowly makes her way through the maze of chairs filled with adults to stand directly in front of me and loudly says, “MOM, I NEED A PUFF!”
Beg pardon!
Her, “I NEED ‘nother PUFF! I tan’t reach dem cause dey in da very, very back!”

I need to clarify!

While this story was hilarious and everyone was laughing, my sweet little angle was not talking about a pack o’ smokes.

Last week, at our Small Group, one of the ladies made this white chocolate puff corn.

It was delicious! The perfect mix of sweet and salty! 
We were trying to come up with a name for this. My clever husband decided to call it unicorn poop. Once the children heard that there was no re-naming it!

We only made it a few days before I had to make a double batch of this for our family.

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This is as simple to make as it looks.

  • Buy a bag of puff corn. If you’ve never had plain puff corn, let me tell ya, it’s delicious all by itself!
  • Spread the whole bag of puff corn out on wax paper.
  • Melt half a bag of white chocolate chips (you could also use almond bark, I’d say maybe 4 squares). You could also add more or less depending on your taste.
  • Drizzle the white chocolate onto the puff corn.
  • Sprinkle with sprinkles (<–that’s a weird sentence).
  • Let chocolate harden, then immediately put into an airtight container or bag. The puff corn gets stale pretty fast so eat within a few days.

White Chocolate Puff Corn: a.k.a. Unicorn Poop

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Ingredients

  • Puff Corn
  • 1/2 bag White chocolate chips or 3 squares almond bark
  • Sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Spread the whole bag of puff corn out on wax paper.
  2. Melt half a bag of white chocolate chips (you could also use almond bark, I’d say maybe 3 squares). You could also add more or less depending on your taste.
  3. Drizzle the white chocolate onto the puff corn.
  4. Sprinkle with sprinkles (<–that’s a weird sentence).
  5. Let chocolate harden, then immediately put into an air tight container or bag.

Notes

The puff corn gets stale pretty fast so eat within a few days.

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white chocolate puff cornAs you can tell from the beginning story, my 2-year-old LOVED these! Actually, everyone loved them! We took these with us on a long car ride, to visit my brother. When we left, I forget them at his house. My sister-in-law sent me a picture of her eating them, telling me how happy she was that I had forgotten them!

Oh, fantastic news: it’s naturally gluten free!!!!!

This was part of the reason I’m so excited about this! My gluten-free daughter can enjoy these! There just aren’t a lot of naturally gluten free desserts. So when I find one, I’m for sure going to hang onto the recipe!

If you are interested in more Kid-Friendly Gluten Free Snacks be sure to check out this post!

Enjoy!
Anna

 

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  • Nagi@RecipeTin Eats October 24, 2014, 7:55 pm
    Coming back from exile, I'm back to scouring your boards! I was researching for gift ideas and came across this. It's so cheerful!! One of my best friends is gluten free. You say it goes stale pretty quickly - do you think it will last 3 days?? Thanks Linda!!
    • Blessed Beyond Crazy October 25, 2014, 6:40 pm
      It is definitely better fresh! I wouldn't recommend keeping it for 3 days. However, my kids never seem to notice. Thanks! --Anna
  • Roxy | Roxy's Kitchen May 20, 2014, 3:34 pm
    Oh this reminds me so much of my childhood! My brother and I loved puff corn... we always had the plain version though. It would be fun to try this recipe, thanks for sharing! Roxy | Roxy's Kitchen recently posted...Viennese SchnitzelMy Profile
    • Blessed Beyond Crazy May 20, 2014, 9:41 pm
      I loved puff corn too! But once I had this there is no going back to the plain! Hope you enjoy!

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