A Popcorn Cake is the Perfect Holiday Centerpiece

Holiday Popcorn Cake | Chef Alli's Farm Fresh KitchenThe Holidays are coming! The Holidays are coming! You guys, we are merely WEEKS from the biggest holidays of the year, which means fun, festivities, food, family- ALL the best things. So if you’re looking for a quick, fun, kid-friendly treat that really makes a statement, give this THREE INGREDIENT popcorn cake a try! It’s so easy that your kids can help and you can have it on the table (or hanging on the tree!) in no time. 

Cashmere Popcorn in Topeka, KS | Chef Alli's Farm Fresh KitchenCashmere Popcorn, from right here in Topeka, Kansas, is famous for it’s many flavors and quality popcorn products. Bill and Angie Anderson handcraft everything from sweet to savory to really unique- have you ever tried Blueberry Cheesecake popcorn? Or Peanut Butter cup? Or Caramel Cayenne?! This holiday season, if you want to pick some flavors and box them up, Cashmere Popcorn would make a wonderful gift for that popcorn lover on your list. Or find your favorite flavor and whip up my three-ingredient popcorn cake to wow your holiday guests!

A popcorn cake would be perfect for Thanksgiving. You could use the Caramel Crunch and decorate it with colorful Fall leaves or even turn it into a big popcorn turkey! For Christmas, the bright red Savory Cinnamon just needs some garland and a cute topper, or pick your favorite flavor and decorate with colorful red and green sprinkles. You can also use this recipe to make popcorn ball ornaments. Just butter your hands up real good and wrap your ball tightly around a candy cane! These can hang from your tree, as is, or you could wrap them in cellophane, tie them with a bow, and give them away. What else could you do with this recipe?

Holiday Popcorn Cake

Holiday Popcorn Cake | Chef Alli's Farm Fresh Kitchen12 cups Cashmere Popcorn, Savory Cinnamon
1/2 cup unsalted butter
10 oz. bag mini marshmallows
Assorted holiday sprinkles, frosting, candles, decorations… ANYTHING!

Place popcorn into a large mixing bowl. Spray an angel food cake pan with nonstick spray.

Meanwhile, in a non-stick skillet over medium heat, melt butter, cooking and stirring for just a few minutes until butter is nicely browned and has a nutty fragrance, watching butter carefully so it doesn’t burn.

Add marshmallows to browned butter, stirring until marshmallows are mostly melted.

Pour butter/marshmallow mixture over popcorn in large bowl and toss to combine well, using two spoonulas or spatulas to mix.

Immediately place popcorn mixture into the prepared cake pan, pressing down well. Let cake cool completely in pan.

Invert pan onto a cake pedestal or serving platter, then decorate as desired. To serve, use an electric knife to cut cake into slices.

 

Now You’re Cookin’,
Chef Alli 

 

**These recipes were featured on Chef Alli’s Farm Fresh Kitchen with From the Land of Kansas, as part of WIBW 13 News This Morning, November 2016. To order your favorite From the Land of Kansas products and ingredients, visit the From the Land of Kansas Marketplace!

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