When you think about popcorn, your mind probably wanders to the movies and a ton of butter. But the salty movie staple is more than just a quick snack. There is so much you can do with popcorn, especially around the creepiest time of the year. After all, October is also known as National Popcorn Month!
A healthier alternative to sugary trick-or-treat candy is a guilt-free, gluten-free, high fiber snack — which prevent your kids from the eating all of the candy while watching post trick-or-treating movies.
But snacking on popcorn isn’t the only way to up the creep factor of this great party snack. Try any of these creepy DIY ideas:
Simply fill rubber popcorn gloves with puffy white popcorn and tie with a festive ribbon. They can work as great party props or double as a party favor come Halloween!
Get yourself some fishing line, a needle, and string it up! To make it more Halloween-friendly, try blackening the popcorn by slightly overcooking it or washing it in orange food dye.
Even the pre-puffed corn is perfect for fall décor. Try turning your kernels into rich decorations by filling glass vases or even making a cool fall wreath for your door!
JOLLY TIME Pop Corn shared with us a great recipe that is the perfect blend of salty and sweet for your Halloween Party.