"I'm currently deployed, and someone in my office had this sent to them. I'm kind of making up the directions, so you may need to adjust! It is wonderful!!!!!!" — Jeannine
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1 (12 ounce) package
white chocolate chips
2 (8 ounce) bags
butter-flavored corn puff snacks
Totally charmed by the name of this confection and knowing that my third graders would love it too, I had to try the recipe! Total hit! I gave each of them a copy of the recipe to try at home. I did substitute Corn Pops for the corn puff snack as my store didn't carry them. I'd like to try again when I can shop around for the corn puffs. Thank you, Jeannine!
I didn't know what butter flavored corn puffs were, either, but I googled them and found there are several brands of these puffed but hull-less popcorn. The most popular is "Chester" (from Frito-Lay) and has a limited distribution area. If not in your local store, Amazon carries 12-4.5 oz. bags for about $28 [ouch!]
YUM, this was good! I just eyeballed everything and spooned them into candy papers to make life easier. This combo has really great flavor...I added some sprinkles to the top for the little guy. This was easy, fun and a definite do-over recipe! Thanks for sharing. :)
Just not a good day for me in the kitchen. The chocolate chips started to seize in the microwave, so I transferred them to a double boiler. I had to add a little bit of cream to the chocolate to make it a coatable consistency for the puffs. I don't know how much coating the puffs should have, but it didn't seem like quite enough to me. The white chocolate does taste good, and it is super sweet (almost too much so for us). Thanks Jeannine for a 2-ingredient recipe. There aren't too many of them around.
YUM! It's pretty rare that I make any sort of sweet that my husband will eat, but he LOVED this stuff. It wasn't too sweet, which is the key for him. Stole Christina's wonderful idea and spooned it into paper candy cups and sprinkled with shamrock sprinkles. Seriously addicting stuff. Thanks! :)
Great recipe - my grandkids loved making it. I cut the recipe in half and it was still plenty! Thanks for sharing!
I made this recipe and it was weird tasting but thank God that I like anything that is sweet, but I hate to say it but i told my mother this recipe name she really didnt like what it was called.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 212
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