|by Patrick Evans-Hylton|
Popcorn is the great American munchie, but too many of us know it simply as a predictable staple of the multiplex or the microwave.
Results 61 - 70 of 142 for popcorn cake
Mix popcorn, M&M's and ... buttered hands. Let set. Sometimes I substitute cereal (Rice Krispies) for popcorn. Or gum drops for M&M's and omit the nuts.
Melt marshmallows and ... Pack firmly in buttered tube pan - chill thoroughly. Unmold on clear plastic wrap over plate. Keep covered. Makes one large cake.
Mix popcorn, candy and ... Cook for 1 minute. Pour over popcorn mixture and press into a bundt or tube pan. Let set 2 hours or until cool before cutting.
Melt marshmallows and butter and oil. Pour over popcorn and M & M's. Mix well. Press into angle food cake pan.
Melt marshmallows and butter together. Pour over popcorn, gum drops ... Mix well. Pour into buttered angel food pan, press firmly. Refrigerate until cool.
Melt together in ... Pop 2 quarts popcorn. Add 1/2 ... 2-4 hours. When placing on plate to serve, turn upside down on plate and add a bow. Shady Oaks Elem.
Mix popcorn, gumdrops and ... and marshmallows together. Pour over popped popcorn mixture. Press into buttered tube pan, or may be made into popcorn balls.
Mix in bowl 6 quarts popped popcorn, 1 jar ... popcorn mixture completely. Push mixture firmly into an angel food cake pan. Cool and remove from pan. ENJOY.
Enough to fill ... large saucepan. Add popcorn to this and ... set for 20 minutes before removing form pan. Cut into squares. Stores well in refrigerator.
Mix marshmallows, butter, ... until melted. Combine popcorn, nuts and ... marshmallow mess over it. Grease angel food cake tin with butter. Press in pan.
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