In order to prep for Hurricane Sandy or "Frankenstorm" I made some delicious popcorn inspired by the one from Brownie Points. I recommend ordering from Brownie Points and making this recipe while you wait for the package to come. It will definitely tide you over. Below, you will see all the flavors that were sent to me. The brownies are more like fudge, but nonetheless awesome. I put them in order from most to least favorite, enjoy!
Contents of my Brownie Points box
Popcorn (I would love to try the Nutty Caramel Popcorn)
Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt - Popcorn + Chocolate + Caramel + Sea Salt = Holy Shnikey! AMAZING!
Peanut Butter Caramel Crunch - You have to try this! Loaded with peanut butter, caramel and chocolate!
Apple Pie - So good! Really impressed by how authentic the taste was to apple pie!
Trendy Trash - Good, but too many flavors and textures.
Butterscotch Sensations - We put this in the microwave for less than a minute. It make this even more amazing!
Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt - Caramel and Sea Salt were meant to be paired together.
Buckeye Brownie - Ummm, yummm! Just look at the picture.
Raspberry Caramel Fudge - Something different and not loaded with caramel or peanut butter, the raspberry was refreshing and delicious!
Cappuccino Toffee Fudge - I should replace this with my morning coffee (or with my morning coffee)
Fudgey Cookie Crunch - Chocolate Chip Cookies + Brownie = need I say more?
Chocolate Fudge - Chocolate lovers, you want this!
Peanut Butter Passion - Definitely loaded with peanut butter, just a little too much for my taste.
"Original" Kitchen Sink - Tasty, but a lot going on.
Brownie Points is certified kosher under the vaad of Columbus.
Chocolate Covered Popcorn
3 TBS. Oil
1/3 C. Popcorn Kernels
1/2 C. Peanuts
1 1/2 C. Chocolate Chips
Salt to taste
In a smaller pot melt the chocolate on low. When the chocolate chips are almost completely melted, take the pot off the heat (you do not want to burn the chocolate).
Shout out to Shy and Sivan Krug for helping me consume the popcorn!