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Are you a sweet or salty fan? I am a huge fan of sweet and salty combo… If I had to choose I’d go salty. If you asked my husband he’d go sweet…if you asked our little one she’d just shake her head yes if you asked her if it was yummy! She agrees with us both these days!!
When I was growing up one of my memories about my dad when it came to football games was…popcorn! I could have cared less about the game but I loved sitting in my dads lap eating popcorn out of his bowl while “watching” the game! As the times have passed we made a twist to our popcorn…not my dads, just us kids…we’d drizzle white chocolate on it, who doesn’t like that…right? So as I brain stormed a snack for our family get together I came up with this…and it’s so good! On the plus side, you really can’t mess this recipe up and you really don’t have to “measure” exacts…WIN! Next WIN WIN is you can find all of your ingredients conveniently at Walmart!
- 1 Bag of Microwave Popcorn
- 1 Handful of Pretzels
- 1 Handful of Peanuts
- 1 Handful of Plain Potato Chips
- 3 ounces of White Chocolate Bark
- Pop your bag of popcorn, break your pretzels and crush up your chips.
- Toss all 4 ingredients together.
- Melt your white chocolate bark and pour over your dry mix, coating all the pieces you can. Let dry and serve!!
Now that we have a bunch of little munchkins running around our tables these days…(all of my nieces and nephews) I thought it would be fun to make a bowl that they could use for their snack. If you want to get creative with the kids, give them the paper before hand as an activity to draw or color their bowl. Kids always like to craft, color and get creative in their own way! Let them have at it!
DIY Snack Bowl:
Take a 12×12 piece of scrapbook paper that is card stock and cut into a large circle. (I traced a paper plate!)
Cut your circle out, now on two sides cut about a 2 inch wide slit which is about 2 inches deep (this determines the depth of your “bowl”) Next fold all four sides which create the base of your “bowl”. Then it folds in and you tape the sides! Wa-la!
It really is that simple!!!!! Then let the kiddos fill their bowls with their snack! It’s not only a fun activity, but it’s super easy, I’m saying that coming from the not so crafty mama!
Hi I’m Erin a Southern mama from South Mississippi, owner and chief editor of Sixth Bloom a blog helping mom-tographers capture their kiddos and life, talking all things home, parenting and how we navigate through life. You will find me living life to the fullest with my mister (aka husband) and our little one year old, Miss Elle, in our 500+ sq foot cottage as we build our dream house on our two acres! We are blessed beyond measure, love to travel, involved in ministry at our church and in between all of that I run three successful businesses!Follow me at: WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | PINTEREST