October 31, 2010

GF White Chocolate & Peanut Butter Popcorn

Popcorn is a staple of my gluten-free snacking diet. This sweet version is wonderful for parties - or, if you're like me, for you and your roommate to devour by yourselves the day after a party. It is super, super easy to make. This is thanks to my fantastic Aunt Dory.

What you need:
  • 1 bag microwaveable popcorn (Pop Secret Homestyle is my absolute favorite. I would recommend using something light on the butter - you won't need it, trust me.)
  • 1 bag white chocolate chips (I haven't tried it with milk or dark chocolate chips, but I imagine both of those would also be delicious.)
  • 3 tbs peanut butter
  • 1 cup GF plain rice Chex, crushed
Pop the popcorn (duh). Put it in a bowl and add the crushed Chex, mix it up. Melt white chocolate chips and peanut butter over low heat in a non-stick pan. It will still be pretty thick once melted, but have no fear, it will work out just fine (I had fear). When melted, add it in increments to the popcorn/Chex mixture and toss (use some utensils to do this, the chocolate/peanut butter will be H-O-T! I learned that the hard way...). Viola! That's it! Let it sit for a little so you don't burn your fingers trying to eat it, and when it hardens use a knife to break it up into chunks. Yum! This picture does not do it justice, but here it is:
:) The Celiac Seal

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