Funny story. My whole life I have hated Oreos. Who does’t like Oreos? I didn’t, I was that weird person. Then about 3 months pregnant with my second baby I was still feeling gross and sick and all the sudden all I wanted were Oreos. I ate so many for the next seven months and I still love them today. Now I have years and years of OREO love to make up for! Have you seen these little babies popping up on shelves near you? I snatched some up at my local Albertson’s and made one of my favorite treats.
Do yourself a favor and grab a package, or four, and try this recipe ASAP!
To make this yummy popcorn you will need:
- A Package of Red Velvet OREO Cookies
- 24oz of white melting chocolate or almond bark
- 9 cups of popcorn
- Mini chocolate chips
First things first, pop your popcorn. You can use plain or buttered, I kinda love the salty flavor the buttered popcorn brings to the mix but either way it is a delightful treat. While your popcorn is popping give your Oreos a good solid chop. I like to just use a knife to chop them, I find the food processor makes them too fine.
Try not to get too frustrated when little hands start sneaking the cookies.
Next melt your white chocolate according to the packages instructions. Pour your chocolate over your popcorn and mix until well coated.
Pour your coated popcorn onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Sprinkle your chopped Oreos and mini chocolate chips over the top while the popcorn is still warm.
Let the everything set up, or stick it in the fridge to set up. Once it has set you can break it up and take it to share with friends, or you know, binge eat it all yourself.
OREO wants to know your favorite way to play with your OREO. Snap a picture of your favorite way to eat/play with OREO and submit it here. Every entry gets you a chance to win a Polaroid CUBE camera or an OREO prize pack. Remember that Red Velvet OREO cookies are in stores now, but they won’t be forever, snatch them up while you can!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons. The opinions and text are all mine.