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Need a tasty treat for that next party or for your kids’ afternoon snack? We have a simple treat that takes less than 15 minutes to prepare. This ...
3 Bowls: (1 Microwavable, of the remaining two, one needs to be slightly bigger than the other) Potato Smasher (the black item) Stirring Spoon Aluminum Foil/Wax Paper Container/Ziploc ...
Sanitize your hands, work area, and put back your hair
Lay out 2 sheets of Foil/Wax Paper (each about 2 feet in length) on an open counter top
Pop the popcorn - it can be buttered or kettle. Be sure to follow the popcorn’s instructions (lay flat, this side up)
Crumble the Oreos - Place 15 Oreos in a bowl. Use the potato smasher to crumble the Oreos. They can be crumbled according to your liking
Separate the Kernels from the Popcorn- remove the popcorn from the bowl and place into the bowl with the Oreos’ using your hands to remove the un-popped kernels.
Mix the Popcorn and Oreos – move the popcorn and Oreos from one bowl to the other, so that the mixture is evenly mixed
Melt the Almond Bark – Place 4 bars of almond bark in the microwavable bowl. Microwave it for 30 seconds and then continue to microwave it in 15 ...
Add the melted Almond Bark to the Oreo and popcorn mixture
Place one bowl on top of the other then carefully shake it until somewhat mixed. Be aware that it is easy for the popcorn to fall out of ...
After shaking, stir the mixture until it is evenly coated with the Almond Bark
Spread the Oreo/Popcorn/Almond Bark mixture onto the foil
Let the Almond Bark harden for 5-10 minutes
Once hardened, break up the popcorn mixture. Place it in a container to store/serve
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