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A light eggnog flavor makes this Eggnog Spiced Popcorn a family friendly holiday treat.


Eggnog Spiced Popcorn from www.tasteandtellblog.com

When it comes to Christmas, there are a few flavors that top the want list for me. Peppermint, gingerbread and eggnog.

So far this year, we have covered peppermint, we have covered ginger, so now it’s time to move onto eggnog!!

I like eggnog. I don’t love drinking it – when I do, it’s usually in small quantities, but I think it’s just a texture thing. I don’t like drinking milk, either – the thickness of it gets to me. And eggnog is much thicker than milk, so I sometimes struggle with it. But I love the flavor, and can’t get enough of it. Last year, I went eggnog crazy and made cookies, truffles and bread, so I’m not sure why I’m just now getting started this year! :)

My mom was actually talking the other day about what she wanted to make to take to her neighbors this year. She was debating between candy, fudge, and popcorn. So we started talking about the different flavors of popcorn she could make, and that’s when this eggnog popcorn popped into my head.

I think the best part about this recipe, besides the way it tastes, is that it is so super simple to make, and takes very few ingredients. When I first made this popcorn, I was worried that it needed more flavoring it, but after sitting overnight, it was just perfect. I wouldn’t change it at all!

So whether you are looking for an idea to take to the neighbors, or just wanting something festive to snack on, this popcorn needs to top your list!

Eggnog Spiced Popcorn from www.tasteandtellblog.com

Eggnog Spiced Popcorn

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Yield: 16 cups

Eggnog Spiced Popcorn

A light eggnog flavor makes this Eggnog Spiced Popcorn a family friendly holiday treat.

Ingredients

  • 16 cups popped popcorn
  • 1 lb almond bark
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon rum extract

Instructions

  1. Place the popcorn in a large bowl.
  2. Melt the almond bark according to the package directions. When melted, stir in the nutmeg and the extract. (If the chocolate seizes up after adding the extract, it’s ok – just continue to stir it in as well as possible.)
  3. Pour the melted almond bark over the popcorn and stir to evenly coat. Pour out into an even layer onto waxed paper and allow to set up.
  4. When the chocolate has set up, break into pieces.
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7 Responses to Eggnog Spiced Popcorn

  1. I am totally craving this popcorn, and it’s only 10am! I am definitely making this for movie night!

  2. Pat Bradley says:

    How long will this keep? Have a huge family day coming up and so much to do at the last minute so I am trying to find things that can be made a few days ahead. Thanks for all your great recipes.

  3. OMG!! You have serious mad talent my dear! This popcorn is totally going to make an appearance over Christmas!

  4. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    My husband and I love popcorn :) this would be the perfect christmas eve snack!

  5. Love the thought of eggnog popcorn! This will be happening as gifts for friends!

  6. Joanne says:

    I’m not a fan of drinking eggnog either but I will totally eat it! Love the idea of it in popcorn form!

  7. becky says:

    Josh and I loved this!! Thanks so much for sharing it with us!!

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