Luck of the Irish Party Popcorn

I recently had a craving for something a little sweet and  a little salty; however, I didn’t want anything to over the top either.  So, I got to thinking….  popcorn is always a win win.  Then I happened to stumble across this Party Popcorn recipe and thought I would make it with  St. Patrick’s Day in mind — hence we have Luck of the Irish Party Popcorn.

Luck of the Irish Party Popcorn with livelaughrowe.comI wish I could say it would bring you luck, but not so much!  It will however, fill your sweet and salty craving.  So, if you’re  hosting a St. Patty’s Day party — this just might be a treat to keep in mind.  You can easily add peanuts and pretzels too!   I know there are a gazillion irish popcorn recipes out there, but this one is super easy!

All you need is popcorn, white chocolate melts, salt and green sprinkles!  I used my air popper and Orville Redenbachers Popcorn.  I like popping it plain and adding my flavor, less calories too!    I laid the popcorn in a jelly roll pan, melt the white candy melts in the microwave and carefully poured over the popcorn.  Mix gently with spatula, sprinkle with your green sprinkles and add salt to taste.  Voila!  Feel free to print a copy of Amy’s recipe if you’d like!

Sweet and Salty Luck of the Irish Party Popcorn with livelaughrowe.comIt’s ready for serving! You could even use them as little favors if you’re hosting an Irish dinner party!  I love these mini wood baskets from David Tutera.  Aren’t they they cutest?

 Easy Luck of the Irish Party Popcorn using only four ingredientsSprinkles come in all shapes, sizes and colors — so the possibilities are endless!
Happy snacking, friends!  May the Luck of the Irish be with you {hee-hee}.

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