This quick and easy treat recipe for puffcorn crack is the perfect combination of salty and sweet, you'll be eating it by the handfuls! This post contains affiliate links.
You might hate me. I kind of hated my friend Stacy after she brought me a bag of this puffcorn crack for Christmas a few years ago. I've never made anything that is so addicting. Honestly, you can't eat just a few pieces. Well, maybe you can but I certainly cannot. 😉 There is something so delicious about the combination of the salty puffcorn and the sweet candy coating. Oh and the best (or worst) part about this 2 ingredient treat, it only takes 10 minutes to make!If you're heading to a party this is the perfect thing to whip up and take along. It's probably going to be the first thing on the dessert table to disappear and everyone is going to be asking you for the recipe. I recently took it to a church potluck and it was gone in a matter of minutes.
Ok so it's really 3 ingredients if you count the sprinkles, but they are completely unnecessary to the recipe, however they turn this into the most festive little treat ever! Change the sprinkles and you've got a birthday, Easter, Valentine or Christmas treat!
If you're making these for Valentine's day print out this free little "You make my heart pop" Valentine card to put with it. I promise you're friends are going to love it more than chocolate!
Watch the video to see just how easy it is!
This quick and easy treat recipe for puff corn crack is the perfect combination of salty and sweet, you'll be eating it by the handfuls! Ingredients:
- 1 bag Chester's Puffcorn, butter flavored
- 1/2 lb Almond Bark (half of a 1 lb package)
- Sprinkles of your choice
- Melt the almond bark according to package instructions.
- Pour the puffcorn into a large bowl, dump melted almond bark on top of it. Mix with a spatula until the puff corn is well coated.
- Pour sprinkles of your choice over top and mix one last time. Dump out the coated, sprinkled puff corn onto a nonstick surface like a Demarle at Home Roul'Pat (my favorite!) or parchment paper and let cool and harden. Serve in a bowl at a party or make individual bags to deliver to friends!Enjoy!