6 Perfectly Delicious Popcorn Treats

October 13, 2014

Popcorn is so much more than a microwave-able snack. It can be coated and mixed with dozens of flavorings, everything from savory to sweet. Not to mention the mix ins. We can't even begin to choose our favorite flavors, but here is a list of at least 6 perfectly delicious popcorn treats that will be the stars of the show. You aren't going to believe what we found!

Red Velvet Popcorn Cake

From Taste and Tell Blog

Popcorn cakes are a strange sounding creation for some of you, but once you try a slice of this amazing recipe, you will be hooked. This cake is flavored in like red velvet-we feel it's befitting for the season. 

Spicy Curry Popcorn

From Kitchen Treaty

If you like your treats kicked up a notch, then this recipe for spicy curry flavored popcorn will be perfect. Why not play with the heat and serve just what your guests can handle? Some of in the office are a little bit of a light weight when it comes to spice. Others are crazy-heat lovers!

Trail Mix Popcorn

From Running to the Kitchen

If your chefs seem to always need to recharge, whip up a batch or two of this amazing trail mix inspired popcorn. Full of goodies like cashews, cranberries, and pumpkin seeds, there are sweet/salty, crunchy, and creamy bits throughout. You won't want to stop eating this delightful fall inspired snack. 

Pumpkin Pie Caramel Corn

From Baked By Rachel

If you crave pumpkin pie every day in the fall season, switch it up a bit and make this delicious pumpkin pie inspired caramel corn; after all, caramel! 

Cheesy Garlic Herb Popcorn

From Caravan of Style

See? Not all of our snacks are sweet. This savory treat is full of all the hearty flavors that you love. It would make a much more satisfying snack on a cold fall evening. We recommend a good bottle of beer to go with. 

Butterfinger Popcorn

From Imld

We saved the most amazing for last. A family favorite candy bar loves to be a part of this sweet and slightly salty popcorn recipe. It's so perfect. Enjoy! 

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