Halloween popcorn pops are perfect for Halloween parties and events, and easier to make than you'd think! Kids and adults will love eating their sweet, pumpkin-spiced popcorn off of a stick!
I was compensated by Campfire® Marshmallows for my time in developing this recipe and post. All opinions are my own.
Popcorn, popcorn, popcorn. Can you believe I've pretty much only been eating it out of a bowl? Well, I'd say it's due time to put it on a stick and eat it like a lollipop, right? Popcorn and I go way back - to Sunday night TV nights with my family - but the truth is, it's an extremely versatile treat.
We've done savory popcorn with Cool Ranch popcorn and we've done fruity with orange creamsicle popcorn. We are now well into fall (I still cannot believe it!) and Halloween is rapidly approaching. I'm sure you all have parties, school events, or gatherings where you need to bring a treat along with you! These pumpkin spice popcorn pops are the perfect thing.
Kids love anything on a stick… and let's face it, adults kinda do too. And anything pumpkin spice is alllll the rage.
My popcorn pops are flavored with pumpkin spice and held together by sweet, melted Campfire® Marshmallows. They have a lot of fun Halloween marshmallows available like the super fun Scary Berry Campfire® Marshmallows, but for this recipe I stuck with the classic Mini Marshmallows.
I always keep a bag on hand! They melt down perfectly to coat the popcorn and hold these cute little pops together. Your guests will be able to eat them off the stick and keep their hands from getting sticky.
Other than the marshmallows, for this recipe I used my homemade pumpkin pie spice, these fun lollipop sticks, and of course my trusty air popper. I also used candy melts to decorate them along with some fun Halloween sprinkles – because I can never resist picking up sprinkles at the grocery store! I rolled some in orange sugar and kept those simple – but I think they are my favorites.
You can have fun with this recipe and do it any way you want. Get creative and make them look like pumpkins! Get the kids involved in decorating. The sky is the limit!