While visiting Milwaukee recently, my mom gave me a bag of kettle corn that had dark and white chocolate drizzled on it. Normally I do not like kettle corn but I loved this stuff. I cannot tell you the name of the company because I ate the whole bag and threw it away. But I did manage to duplicate it.
Friday, after going to an appointment I ran into Trader Joe's, you know the saying, "never go to the store hungry"? It was almost embarrassing the things I was hastily throwing into the cart, my plan was to tell the check out person I was having a party if any comment was made. One of the items that found its way into the cart was the Trader Joe's Kettle Corn, and its companion package of "Movie popcorn and from that outing this delicious and tasty treat was born.
Now, you can make your own kettle corn(recipe here), or you can just use a pre-made bag as did; this may be the easiest thing you have ever made. I prefer the Trader Joe's Kettle Corn because it is just lightly sweetened and you can still taste a hint of the salt.
1 Bag of kettle corn
1 cup of white chocolate melted
1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate melted
1 cup of milk chocolate melted
Place kettle corn on large rimmed baking sheet or large Silphat baking liner. Drizzle chocolate over popcorn. alternate between the three chocolates until all of the chocolate is used up or corn is coated to your desired tastes.
Can it get any easier? You can stir your chocolate to coat the kettle corn a bit more, that is what I did. It is not as pretty as if you just leave the drizzles of chocolate but I was a little impatient.
This is a great snack or even a nice little gift in a cute tin or Cello bag. I hope you try it!
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