Christmas Popcorn + 20 Holiday Treats

Welcome to another holiday blog hop! Today I’m joining other bloggers to bring you treats to make for the upcoming season. I’m sharing a super easy, super yummy Christmas Popcorn recipe.

Christmas Popcorn - Favorite Holiday Treat


I’d like to give a shout out to Kristen at Ella Claire & Co. for organizing today’s mouth-watering event. In addition to my Christmas popcorn, you’ll find links to 20 holiday treats at the end of this post.

To make Christmas popcorn, you melt white chocolate, mix it with popped popcorn in a big bowl, add red and green candy coated chocolate, and spread it in a pan to cool.

How to Make White Chocolate Christmas Popcorn


If you’re a fan of sweet and salty snacks, you could also add small twist pretzels. Christmas popcorn is so easy to make and doesn’t take a lot of time. And I can verify that it’s hubby-approved!

Christmas Popcorn Recipe for the Holidays


On another note – I have a new holiday shop on my blog. I’ve scoured some of my favorite stores to curate a fun selection of Christmas trees, wreaths, ornaments, stockings, pillows, throws, and holiday tableware. I hope you’ll take a minute to check out my holiday shop!

The Holiday Shop at Town and Country Living


And now for the Christmas Popcorn recipe …

Christmas Popcorn Recipe for the Holidays
5 from 2 votes

Christmas Popcorn

Course Snack
Keyword popcorn


  • 2 bags popped microwave popcorn plain
  • 20 oz. white chocolate melting chips
  • 1 bag red and green candy coated chocolate like M&Ms
  • red and green baking sprinkles


  1. Pop two bags of plain microwave popcorn. Place in large bowl.

  2. Melt white chocolate in medium bowl in the microwave. Pour melted white chocolate over popcorn. You can work in smaller batches, if desired. Add red and green candy coated chocolate pieces. Spread mixture over parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. Sprinkle with red and green cookie sprinkles. Let cool.

  3. Prior to serving, gently break the popcorn into smaller chunks for easier eating.


For more holiday goodies, visit my blogging friends below – and then have fun in the kitchen!

Christmas Treats Blog Hop

Peppermint Whipped Cream by Ella Claire & Co. | Fondant Christmas Cupcakes by Craftberry Bush | Old Fashioned Peanut Brittle by anderson + grant | Dairy Free 6 Ingredient Salted Caramels by Zevy Joy | No Bake Healthy Coconut Bars by Tidbits


Christmas Treats Blog Hop

Easy Peppermint Bark by Jenna Kate at Home | Black Walnut Christmas Cake by Inspired by Charm | Chocolate Covered Marshmallows with Salted Pretzel Topping by Boxwood Avenue | Christmas Popcorn by Town and Country Living | Snowman Cheese Ball by Julie Blanner


Christmas Treats Blog Hop

Slow Cooker Candied Pecans by Live Laugh Rowe | Fudgy Peppermint Coconut Flour Brownies by Farmhouse on Boone | Hot Peppermint Mocha by Shabbyfufu | Homemade Take 5 Peanut Butter Cups by Chronicles of Home | Slow Cooker Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels by Nest of Posies


Christmas Treats Blog Hop

Berry Topped Chocolate Cake by French Country Cottage | Pecan Butter Tart Bars by So Much Better With Age | Chocolate Pinecones by My Sweet Savannah | Peanut Butter Fudge by My 100 Year Old Home | Simple Holiday Fudge by House 214 Design



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  1. Love sweet-salty popcorn. I will definitely have this out for visitors at the holiday AND for myself on cold, snowy movie nights. Thank you.

  2. 5 stars
    Sounds like the perfect snack and i will try it, i just know it will be a hit with my teenage grandsons.