Can you believe Thanksgiving has already arrived? You know what that means right? Christmas season is officially in full swing and the turkey coma hasn’t even wore off yet. Whenever I host a party (holiday or otherwise) I try to keep it easy and simple as possible because what’s the fun in a party if I’m stressed out the entire time? Which is why I LOVE popcorn around the holidays. It goes well in a gift basket, is a wholesome school snack, it’s a fun craft and a tasty holiday treat too. Check out these 10 Unique Things To Do With Popcorn For Christmas.
TIP: As delicious and edible as this wreath looks, is is NOT. But it is super easy to create and who says you can’t eat while you work? Just be careful of the hot glue gun.
This isn’t the only adorable and totally edible creation Don’t Make Me Nuts came up with, make sure to check out the rest too!
If you didn’t already know I love cake pops – this may be a close runner up! Plus, I love how festive they are.
This popcorn brittle looks decadent but it’s actually a healthier alternative. PS If you’re trying to keep track of your figure during the holidays, pop corn is great snack in between meals.
Umm, popcorn and smores?! YES, please!
How cute are these Santa popcorn snacks? They kids will love making them almost as much as snacking on them.
Unique? Probably not. But I’m finding the popcorn garland is becoming lost in the times so why not bring it back?
Okay THIS is unique and so fun!
So while there may be no real way to make some of these recipes healthy, you can consider using whole grain, gluten free, non-GMO JOLLY TIME Pop Corn in your holiday recipes for a “healthier” alternative. It’s full of antioxidants and dietary fiber. JOLLY TIME offers Butter and Butter Light Microwave Pop Corn made with the Smart Balance unique blend of oils, with zero grams of trans fat naturally and absolutely no hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils.
This post is written on behalf of JOLLY TIME by me. All opinions are 100% mine. For more recipes and inspiration, check out JOLLY TIME Pop Corn on Pinterest.