A JOLLY TIME Pop Corn Recipe for Valentine’s Day

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There is nothing like snuggling up with your loved ones around a classic bowl of good ole popcorn! Jolly time might even inspire you to write a love poem around those light , fluffy kernels of buttery goodness!

 

This Valentine’s Day why not treat your family to some Jolly Time Pop Corn! Try out the recipe below for a special Valentine treat for the kids or any loved one! We sure did! We made the Choco Cherry Hearts for the family… and don’t worry if you do not have a heart shaped cookie cutter … we made ours into balls instead and put them on the sticks and they turned out great as popcorn pops! So any way you “pop” it this is a great Valentine’s treat! Throw them in the children’s lunch or surprise a loved one with a bouquet!

 


Choco Cherry Hearts Bouquet Recipe

Choco-Cherry-Heart-Bouquets

Makes about 8

Ingredients:

12 cups popped JOLLY TIME® Smart Balance Butter Light Microwave Pop Corn (about 1 bag)

1-1/2 cups dried tart cherries

1 (1-pound) bag mini marshmallows

1 cup white chocolate chips or chopped vanilla candy coating

¼ cup butter

Red food color

Long lollipop sticks or thick bamboo skewers

1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips or dark chocolate morsels

 

Here’s How:

Mix popcorn and cherries in a large bowl.

Place marshmallows, white chocolate, and butter in a large saucepan. Cook over low heat until melted and smooth. Stir in a few drops of red food color to tint the mixture pink.

Pour marshmallow mixture over popcorn; toss gently until well coated.

With wet or buttered hands, press mixture into a 3-1/2 to 4-inch heart-shaped cookie cutter (place cutter on a foil-lined baking sheet; press in popcorn, then lift cutter off).

Insert a lollipop stick in the base of each heart.

Allow popcorn hearts to cool completely. Meanwhile, melt the dark chocolate. Drizzle over hearts.

Allow to harden.

Wrap hearts in cellophane and tie with ribbon; stand them up in a vase or jar as a centerpiece or gift.

You can find more flavors, recipes, and inspiration from America’s first family of popcorn ~ celebrating its 100th birthday this year! Please visit Jollytime.com for more information on this product, coupons and free offers!

Link to Jolly Time Pop Corn promotions (coupons and free offers with UPC submission)

 

 

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25 comments

  1. Aww, how I miss popcorn. This recipe sounds so yummy and I love how cute it is with the bow and chocolate drizzle.

  2. LyndaS says:

    Those would be great for Valentine’s Day. I love popcorn.

  3. I love popcorn! This would be fun to make with my daughter!

  4. mel says:

    Oh yum! Looks perfect for Vday!!

  5. Kelsey Apley says:

    Oh yummy!!! I love that they are heart shaped, so cute and look mighty tasty!

  6. Tammy says:

    What a fun valentine’s day treat! I love popcorn and have made a chocolate cherry blend before, it makes for a delicious combination of sweet and salty!

  7. Toni says:

    I love popcorn! The recipe sounds so good. Perfect valentines day treat.

  8. Donna says:

    This sounds so good! I eat popcorn almost every single night… this sounds like a tasty way of using popcorn.

  9. Julie says:

    These are cute AND sound yummy! What a great snack for me to take in to my coworkers on Valentine’s Day. :)

  10. Marcie W. says:

    I like the mix of savory and sweet with these treats!

  11. HilLesha says:

    What a cute a yummy recipe!

  12. They look super tasty and sute

  13. Jenn says:

    These look good! I’d leave out the cherries though.

  14. Raijean says:

    These are the cutest, need to see if I can duplicate.

  15. Shell Feis says:

    Those are too cute!

  16. How cute is this? I like that it’s a spin off of regular popcorn balls.

  17. We eat popcorn once a week, so good for you, packed with fiber!

  18. Kathleen says:

    Yum! What a delicious and adorable treat for Valentine’s Day.

  19. My daughter chowed down all the popcorn. I’ll have to pick up more to try this.

  20. Those are adorable and sounding SO good right now!

  21. Popcorn has always been a huge favorite for movie time. Love Jolly time

  22. Colleen says:

    It looks so cute and festive.

  23. We love popcorn, thanks for the recipe.

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