This Red Velvet Popcorn recipe is easy to make and perfect for movie night, date night, or game day. Whip up a big batch today!
I swear that Britney Spears song is playing in my head right now...
"oops I did it again"...
I have problems. I can't stop myself when it comes to popcorn.
So, today is bittersweet. And no I didn't use bittersweet chocolate. It's bittersweet because this is my last post with The Secret Recipe Club.
I've decided to bow out gracefully. I am finding I am just in too many groups and my time is more limited nowadays. I am trying to prioritize not only my life, but the blog.
For me. it is just a case of trying to simplify my life. To make meals and dishes the family will enjoy. I find sometimes with group things I am getting away from what we actually dig eating and that's just not affordable or sensible.
So, in my attempt to simplify I bid farewell to The Secret Recipe Club. I will still visit as many of the people I've met are good friends now.
This final month I got a blog called Connor's Cookingt. There are so many cool recipes on this blog. I had such a hard time deciding what to make.
It's a super diverse blog with lots of choices which I love. Raina cooks up everything from desserts to meals.
I perused her snack tab and I was drawn to her Chocolate Popcorn. I mean, I am me after all, popcorn is a huge love of mine.
Thank you to Raina for the inspiration. I took her Chocolate Popcorn Balls and turned them into Red Velvet Popcorn. Enjoy!
More Popcorn Recipes:
- Turtle Popcorn
- Parmesan Popcorn
- Rootbeer Popcorn
- Turtle Popcorn Gone Wild
- Pink Popcorn
- S'mores Popcorn
- Turtle Tailgate Mix
- Chocolate Cake Popcorn
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Red Velvet Popcorn
- Pop your popcorn ahead of time. I'm old school and do it in a large stock pot on the stove.
- In a large saucepan combine all the other ingredients except the food colouring. Cook over medium heat until well combined and a bit bubbly. Remove from heat. Add the food colouring and whisk until well combined.
- Allow to cool a little bit. Pouring piping hot liquid over popcorn causes it to shrink so always allow some cool down time.
- Pour over popcorn and mix thoroughly until evenly coated.
- Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Preheat oven to 250 degrees, low is good, we're not cooking the popcorn, we're drying it out, even 200 degrees would work.
- Pour the popcorn on the parchment lined cookie sheet.
- Place in oven for 30 to 60 minutes. You need to be turning it over every 15 minutes or so.
- Remove from oven and allow to cool.
- Serve with a big old oops I did it again smile!
Thanks for visiting today!