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Peanut Butter Popcorn

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This is one of the best popcorn recipies I have tried.  


By accident I halved the butter in this receip and it worked out fine litter better I think some of the popcorn flavor comes through.
 

Step 1: Ingredients

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One large batch of popcorn (2/3c kernels)
1/2c butter
3/4c brown sugar
1/4c peanut butter (a lump about the size an egg)
20 large marshmallows or about 2c of fluff


Large bowl, Spoon, Sauce pan, Parchment paper, Popcorn popper

Step 2: Pop The Popcorn

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Pop about one gallon of pop corn.

You can use two or three bags of the microwave stuff.

Step 3: Melt The Goo

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Add marshmallows, butter, brown sugar and peanut butter to pan and melt the marshmallows completely.

This can also be done in the microwave at 15 sec bursts stirring after each

Step 4: Mix

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Pour the goo over the popcorn and fold in untill well mixed. Spread on parchment and cool.

Step 5: Eat

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Eat
 
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Epoli1 year ago
Can margarine be substituted for butter? I'm lactose intolerant, so it's difficult finding recipes without.
turbobug (author)  Epoli1 year ago
You could, I didn't want to say it after the comments on the butter battle. http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Great-and-Epic-Butter-Battle/
yngla Epoli1 year ago
Yes! But there is also lactose free butter (at least here in the north of Europe).
yngla1 year ago
Yummy, yummy! Made them yesterday, looking forward to tonight :)
cblair51 year ago
I just made this! It's very tasty.
Kiteman1 year ago
Oh, sounds scrummy - does it set hard, or sticky?
turbobug (author)  Kiteman1 year ago
setts hard
Oh, popcorn brittle!
turbobug (author)  Kiteman1 year ago
more like chewy like a rice crispy treat
That's good too.
Looks great, and an easy-to-convert-to-vegan recipe. Thanks!
gb44771 year ago
Looks good!
Oh my that goo sounds awesome!