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Red, White and Blue Popcorn Treat

By June 22, 2017October 1st, 2018No Comments

Red, white and blue popcorn treat. Get kids in the kitchen with this patriotic popcorn treat!

Red, White and Blue Popcorn Treat

Red, white and blue popcorn is the perfect snack to set out while kids run around the backyard at a family barbecue. It’s also easy to make and can be prepared ahead of time so you’re not stressing about the snack table after the afternoon’s Fourth of July festivities!

This recipe calls for red and blue candy melts to make the red, white and blue popcorn but you can use any candy melt colors to match your party decor. Preparing a winter holiday treat? Just use blue candy melts or make red and green popcorn. This could also be a fun fall treat for a child’s class using orange and yellow candy melts with popcorn.


  • candy blue and red melt
  • sprinkles
  • m & ms
  • popcorn
  • stove top or popcorn maker


red, white and blue popcorn

  1. Make popcorn
  2. While popcorn is popping, melt candy melts in separate containers.
  3. Put popcorn in a bowl and cover with blue and red candy melt
  4. While the melt is still warm, add red and blue m & ms and sprinkles to the mix
  5. Enjoy!

red white and blue popcorn

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