White chocolate cranberry popcorn
This is a sponsored post from Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® but, as always, all opinions expressed are our very own.
For our birthday each year, since we’re twins AND it falls just 10 days before Christmas, we spend the whole day thrift shopping and eating our way through it. Our very favorite item we hunt for while perusing vintage shops are colorful pieces of Pyrex® bowls to add to our collection… kind of a dual birthday/Christmas gift from us to us. 😉 When we saw the Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® prep and serve bowls from World Kitchen, we couldn’t get our hands on them fast enough! They are perfect for staging, baking, cooking, or tying a bow around to give as the PERFECT gift!
This line of vintage-inspired prep and serve bowls takes a cue from the beloved designs of Pyrex® opal glass bowls from the 50’s and 60’s. You see, our mother has the full set similar to the Golden Days pattern. She inherited it from her mother, and we’ve enjoyed many dinners and desserts from these bowls. Whether it was her creamy mashed potatoes or jello salad, we feel a bit nostalgic serving our own family from them but, if you know Lolly Jane, we are all about color! The Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® sold us on its chic modern twist of the popular patterns we are already fond of (as I’m sure many of you can relate!) and we can’t wait to collect them all!
We know one of the pretty 3-piece sets will be sure to match your style or decor! Choose from Rise ‘N Shine, Spot On, Birds of a Feather, Golden Days and Memory Lane.
Okay now, fast forward to a few days before Christmas where we are baking and our houses are filled with all the traditional holiday scents and sweets! Our White Chocolate Cranberry Popcorn is a staple around our homes and absolute hit for large gatherings. We love to serve it bagged up with a tag but hello, how cute would it be in a Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® bowl? I guarantee you’ll be the favorite neighbor in no time if you paired this bowl with our family famous popcorn. 😉 You can even separate them into 3 gifts as each bowl is the perfect size for prep, on the table to serve from, or as part of a holiday tablescape, or like my husband, the 6 oz. bowl is great for eating breakfast cereal, haha.
Try our easy recipe that can be tossed with seasonal treats for any holiday!
White Chocolate Cranberry Popcorn
- 1/2 C. Popcorn Kernels (Popped)
- 3/4 C. White Chocolate Chips
- 1/2 Tbs. Coconut Oil or Shortening
- 3/4 C. Dried Cranberries (or more if you prefer)
- Optional: Handful of Candied Cranberries for garnish
- Set white popcorn in largest size Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® bowl.
- Melt your white chocolate choice in the microwave for 30 seconds, mix then add coconut oil to smooth out. (Add another 10 seconds if not melted enough or add more coconut oil if too thick.)
- Immediately pour melted chocolate over popcorn, add cranberries and toss gently to coat.
- Spread popcorn onto a baking sheet, let cool.
Aren’t the pops of red from the cranberries so pretty against the turquoise Vintage Charm bowls? Use our coupon code VINTAGE20 on ShopWorldKitchen.com to receive 20% off of your order and wrap them up for your mom, sister, aunties, or… yourself! 😉 Vintage Charm bowls are also available online and in-store at Target, Macy’s, Walmart, Amazon and of course at ShopWorldKitchen.com.
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Oh my! What a wonderful holiday treat!
What a great and creative idea 🙂
Thes bowls are so darn cute and I love the popcorn recipe too
We will love your awesome popcorn treat! Hope you have a great weekend and thanks so much for sharing your post with us at Full Plate Thursday!
Those bowls make me smile. And the snack mix . . .mmmmm!
Aw, thank you, Michele!
I. am. soooooo. making. this!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh please let us know how you like it, it’s soooo yummy!
This is such a unique treat recipe. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning.
Are those fresh cranberries in the popcorn? It says dried but the picture sure doesn’t show dried…not sure this would actually taste good, it looks nice though if you want to just have it for show. Interesting…
We noted that it’s for garnish only (:
Those bowls are so perfect! The popcorn doesn’t look too bad also! 🙂 Thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It!
This looks so yummy and I really do love that bowl, pretty color. Thanks for joining the Family Joy Link Party!
We love popcorn – we’ve been known to eat a big bowl for dinner – now we have dessert too! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!
Yum yum yum!! My mouth is watering just by looking at this! Thanks for joining us at the Family joy blog link up party. Pinned! xoxo
I just love vintage Pyrex bowls and find myself shopping for them while thrifting also! I have a few and love using them.
Yes!! I’m up to 12 of them and adore each of them! 😀
Love the new colors of Pyrex…have always loved Pyrex. The cranberry popcorn looks delicious. Perfect for Christmas when we tend to put out lots of snacks and let people graze rather than having a big dinner.
Sounds yummy, but do you mean craisins? The pictures look like regular cranberries.
We used dried cranberries for the recipe, mm!! We added some candied cranberries as garnish (:
I used to have a casserole dish in that same pattern. Your recipe sounds delicious.
That looks yummy! I love dried cranberries, popcorn, and white chocolate.
This looks delicious! I’m wondering if you used fresh cranberries or dried? I read dried in the recipe, but yours don’t look dried in the picture. Just curious. Thanks for posting, I’m going to check out those dishes!
Hi Meredith! We used the Ocean Spray dried cranberries, we candied the fresh ones as garnish. Definitely optional, we typically just do the dried one (:
hey girls love the bowls! And that popcorn looks amazing! Yummy!
Gorgeous dishes, love that soft turquoise. And that popcorn sounds pretty amazing, too.