Sweet and salty Halloween candy popcorn covered in white chocolate mixed with candy! The perfect way to use up leftover Halloween candy!
Great use for Leftover Halloween Candy
Whenever I have an excuse to make popcorn, I love finding different flavor combos. It satisfies my sweet & salty cravings! Some of my other favorites are cake batter popcorn, Oreo popcorn, cookie butter popcorn, caramel popcorn balls and microwave caramel corn.
This delicious Halloween popcorn mix is so easy to make and something that both kids and adults will love. It’s sweet and salty, with a little bit of crunch from the candy. Plus it’s covered in the perfect amount of white chocolate.
Feel free to keep it simple with just m&m’s or add in colored chocolate and sprinkles to add an extra special touch. I used Halloween sprinkles and then drizzled the popcorn with both orange and black melted chocolate wafers. Such a fun Halloween dessert!
How to make candy popcorn
To get started, all you need is popcorn, white chocolate, Kit Kat Bars and Reese’s.
- Lay down a piece of wax paper onto a baking sheet.
- Chop the Kit Kat Bars and Reese’s into bite sized pieces.
- Combine popcorn and melted white chocolate in a large bowl. Stir until coated.
- Stir in the candy pieces and then spread mixture onto the wax paper in an even layer.
- Optional: Add Halloween sprinkles and a colored chocolate drizzle on top.
More Halloween treats:
Halloween Candy Popcorn
- 8-10 cups popcorn
- 1 cup white chocolate , melted
- 1/2 cup M&M's , or your favorite candy bar
- 1/2 cup Halloween candy , chopped if needed
Optional: Colored melted chocolate wafers (for drizzling), spinkles
- Lay down a piece of wax paper onto a baking sheet. In a large bowl, combine popcorn and melted white chocolate. Stir until coated. Next, stir in the candy pieces.
- Spread mix onto the wax paper in an even layer. Place the melted colored chocolate in a zip top bag and then cut off the tip of the bag. Drizzle the chocolate over the top of the popcorn. Add sprinkles on top if desired. Allow to harden and then break into pieces.