Monster Popcorn Candy Mix
How awesome is this Monster Popcorn Candy Mix? This is a super cute and creepy idea from In Katrina’s Kitchen. All you need is some popped corn, colored chocolate for drizzling, candy corn and candy eyes.
The original recipe includes Reese’s Puffs cereal, but I’m sure they are optional. You might also find it easier to first spread the popcorn on the cookie sheet, drizzle the chocolate and then place the candies where you want them. Whatever works best for you. If you mix the candy into the popcorn first, the candies sink to the bottom and you’ll also end up covering the candies in chocolate, making them harder to see. And of course we want to see them.
Be sure to check out these other great fall ideas while you are here:
We all know that mason jars are all the rage when it comes to home decor. There are a million and one ways to jazz up a cheap mason jar and these easy fall candle holders are exactly what you’ve been looking for to make your home a little more autumn. I didn’t make mine with a mason jar this time, but usually that’s what I would do. I wanted this fall candle holder to be just a tad bit bigger and so I chose to use this glass jar instead.
Hold it right there! Do not throw all of those leftover canning lids in the trash. How about making these super cute Canning Ring Pumpkins instead? This is such a fun and frugal craft idea that will make a huge statement in your Fall decor.
This beautiful DIY Fall Can Décor is the perfect way to add a pop of Fall colors to the outside of your home! Or, let the colors of fall transform your dining room table. Either way, you can whip this statement piece out in less than 30 mins and costs right around $10 to make.