Homemade Popcorn Balls with JOLLY TIME

Tis the season for holiday candy, baked goods and homemade popcorn balls! We received a great box of JOLLY TIME popcorn just in time to have fun creating some easy tasty popcorn treats! I have never successfully made popcorn balls so I did a quick search and found several super easy recipes that looked like they would be perfect for my level of expertise.

Guess what? They turned out great! My kids raved that these homemade popcorn balls were the best they had ever tasted!

Homemade Popcorn Balls with JOLLY TIME

I found an easy recipe for popcorn balls with 6 simple ingredients. This looked like my kind of recipe – condensed milk, butter, brown sugar, vanilla, popcorn and corn syrup. It was a simple process of making the popcorn, cooking the syrup, mixing it up and making the balls.

Easy Popcorn Balls Recipe

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Recipe from cooks.com

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About JOLLY TIME

JOLLY TIME Pop Corn is a whole grain, gluten free snack made with non-GMO popcorn. Full of antioxidants and dietary fiber, popcorn is a great go-to appetizer between meals. JOLLY TIME provides the perfect healthy snack with its new Butter and Butter Light Microwave Pop Corn made with the Smart Balance unique blend of oils, with zero grams of trans fat naturally and absolutely no hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils.

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Do you make popcorn balls? Got any tips or ideas for making these tasty treats out of popcorn? I’d love to hear!

I received products to facilitate this review. No monetary compensation was received.

About Sharon Williams

Sharon Williams is a mom of 3 who loves to read, travel, take pictures, work in the flowers and spend time with family. When she's not blogging, she's probably out enjoying life so she'll have something fun to blog about tomorrow!

Comments

  1. says

    I keep craving these lately! A friend used to make them with cashews on them and it still reminds me of the holidays. I want to make them, but I am afraid that the pan will be so hard to clean…is there a way to keep that sugar stuff from being a royal pain in my rear? (thanks)

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