*White Chocolate PuffCorn Crack

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White Chocolate PuffCorn Crack . . . it only takes two ingredients and a few minutes to make this highly addicting treat. It’s sweet and salty, and everyone loves it!

Simple recipes like this puffcorn are favorites at our house for holiday gift giving. We also love Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn, and Chocolate Caramel Chex Mix.

white chocolate puffcorn crack title photoWhite Chocolate PuffCorn Crack

 My mom and sister in law and I have started a tradition of getting together every year to make all of our Christmas treats for neighbors. It is so much fun, and we get a ton of baking done in one marathon day. Sadly, we had to cancel this year because I have been sick for almost three weeks. Not much of anything going on around here, and definitely no baking. 

Last year, however,  we put together over six dozen plates of goodies. One of the favorites was my sister in law’s recipe.  It’s been a favorite in her family for years, but that was the first time I’ve tried it. Oh man is it good!

She calls it “Christmas Crack”, but that’s something different at my house, so I’m just calling it White Chocolate Puffcorn. Several people called me to get the recipe, and it’s so easy it’s almost embarrassing. If you haven’t tried it, you’ve got to!

How to make White Chocolate Puffcorn:

Ingredients for this recipe:

  • puffcorn
  • almond bark
  • sprinkles (optional)

Pour your puffcorn (sometimes called corn puffs) into a large bowl. Spread some waxed paper out on your counter or table.

Break the almond bark into pieces and place it in a glass bowl. Cook in the microwave at half power, stirring every 30 seconds or so till melted and smooth.

Pour the melted white chocolate over the puffcorn and stir till coated evenly. Spread onto waxed paper.

how to make easy white chocolate puffcorn

Add sprinkles if desired, then let sit till hardened.

That’s it! The hard part is trying not to eat half the batch. 🙂

puffcorn crack with white chocolate and sprinkles

What is puffcorn? It’s a puffed corn product that tastes similar to popcorn, but is made from cornmeal. It’s kind of like a puffy Cheeto but without the cheese. For this recipe, you want to make sure you get plain or buttered. 

What can I add to my Puffcorn? You can totally adapt this recipe to your taste, and to work for any occasion. I added Christmas sprinkles, but it would be fun to change up the colors for any holiday. It  could even be made with blue or pink sprinkles for a baby shower. And of course you can add any candy or nuts that you love.

puffcorn with white almond bark and sprinkles in red and white bowls

Seriously guys, this stuff is so addicting! It’s salty, sweet, and crunchy all rolled into one irresistible treat. I had to hurry and get it packaged for our neighbors because everyone in my family keep snitching it as they walked past. 

It really is perfect for gift giving because it keeps really well. Just scoop it into gift bags and add a cute Christmas tag and you’re good to go!

white chocolate puffcorn crack recipe collage

Looking for more easy no-bake treats? Check these out:

Rice Crispy Peanut Butter Balls
Melted Snowman Bark
White Chocolate Popcorn

White Chocolate Puff Corn Recipe

Yield: 12 servings

White Chocolate Puff Corn Crack

White Chocolate Puff Corn Crack
It only takes two ingredients and a few minutes to make this sweet, salty, crunchy treat.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Instructions

  1. Pour the Puffcorn into a large mixing bowl. Spread some waxed paper out on your counter or table.
  2. Break the almond bark into pieces and place it in a glass bowl. Cook in the microwave at half power, stirring every 30 seconds until melted and smooth.
  3. Pour the melted white chocolate over the puffcorn and stir till coated evenly.
  4. Spread onto waxed paper. If desired, add sprinkles. Let sit till hardened.

Notes

Different brands of puffcorn (or corn puffs) come in different sizes. Anything around 7 ounces will work.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

12

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 39 Total Fat: 3g Saturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 2g Cholesterol: 3mg Sodium: 42mg Carbohydrates: 2g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 0g Protein: 1g

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Comments

  1. I’ve made something similar to this for several years with white almond bark, popcorn and just a couple handfuls of Fritos. I know Fritos sounds weird but so good. We call it crackcorn. Love yours with the sprinkles. I never thought of that. I’ve tried to add food coloring to the almond bark which does turns it into a weird grainy paste.

  2. Lisa Atwood says

    I sprinkled crushed candy canes on mine this year. It’s both festive and delicious!
    For Thanksgiving I added some candy corn. Looks and tastes amazing!

    • I love the idea of adding mix-ins for different holidays. The candy cane version sounds amazing – thanks for the idea! I’ll have to try that next year. 🙂

  3. I use the white chocolate to mix with regular popcorn, mixed nuts and mini pretzels. It really makes a wonderful sharable gift. The mixed nuts make it a more hearty and classy snack mix.

    • I’ve done it with the popcorn and nuts, but never thought to add pretzels. I bet that’s yummy, I’ll have to try it next time. Thanks for the idea!

  4. This stuff is addicting!! Yum!

  5. YUM! I love white chocolate on anything! We’ll be making this for movie night!

  6. I absolutley love white chocolate – so this was right up my alley. So easy & delicious. Hope you’re feeling better soon!

  7. Why have I never made this before? So addictive!

  8. This looks dangerouly addictive! I know we’re all going to love it!

  9. We have always made something similar with popcorn, but I love the idea of using puffed corn instead! I bet the texture is so fun! This would be totally addicting and would not last long at my house! Making this soon with my girls!

  10. wow 6 dozen plates?!! puff corn and chocoalte is a fabulous combo!

  11. This recipe is so addictive! Easy to make and even easier to devour.

  12. White chocolate is my favorite! This is the best movie night snack! Yum!

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