White Chocolate and Fireworks Popcorn


It took me forever to decide what to call this popcorn concoction.

White Chocolate & Fireworks Popcorn

I came up with White Chocolate Explosion Popcorn – but I didn’t want you to be afraid of it, so I scratched that idea.

Then I thought maybe Firecracker Popcorn – but I didn’t want you to think it was some sort of spicy popcorn.

Maybe Sparkling White Chocolate Popcorn… but I wanted it to sound Patriotic at the same time because of the Fourth of July and fireworks and all that jazz…

So I settled with White Chocolate and Fireworks Popcorn. Because that’s just what it is. It’s popcorn coated in white chocolate and then sprinkled with red and blue Pop Rocks, which pop in your mouth like fireworks! :)

White Chocolate & Fireworks Popcorn

This popcorn came out exactly how I imagined it would.

It’s so addictive.

You can’t stop eating it.

White Chocolate & Fireworks Popcorn

I loved how easy it all came together too. It’s a fun treat that can be customized for any occasion.

I used red and blue Pop Rocks for a Patriotic theme, but you can easily use any color that suits your fancy.

White Chocolate & Fireworks Popcorn

So go make this White Chocolate and Fireworks Popcorn.

It’s a party in your mouth!

White Chocolate and Fireworks Popcorn
  • 3 tbsp oil (I used coconut oil)
  • ½ cup popping kernels
  • 1½ cups White Melting Chocolates
  • 2 packs of Red Pop Rocks
  • 2 packs of Blue Pop Rocks
  1. In a large heavy bottomed pot heat the oil over medium high heat. Add the kernels and shake gently to coat. Cover with a lid, leaving it slightly ajar to let steam escape. Gently shake the pot back and forth over the burner while the popcorn starts to pop to make sure it doesn't burn. Once it's all popped pour the popcorn into a large bowl.
  2. In another small bowl melt the white melting chocolate according to package directions. Pour the melted chocolate over the popcorn and use a rubber spatula to gently stir and coat the popcorn.
  3. Sprinkle in 1 package of red Pop Rocks, and 1 package of blue Pop Rocks, then stir again.
  4. Spread popcorn out on a baking sheet lined with wax paper. Sprinkle the remaining packages of Pop Rocks over the popcorn before it dries completely.
  5. Let dry and store in an air tight container. Enjoy!


  1. I think you picked the perfect name. Love this!!

  2. I love popcorn! And I love fun flavors. This is certainly the wildest flavor I’ve ever heard of. It looks awesome, and so creative!

  3. This looks so fun!

  4. Totally pinned to my 4th of July board!

  5. Ingenius! love it…so will my kiddos ; D

  6. This is so much fun!

  7. Love this idea!! Never thought to put pop rocks with pop CORN 😉

  8. James Meyer says:

    Sounds like a great fun recipe. It should be made with Fireworks Popcorn. Our house loves popcorn and we don’t eat anything else. Fireworks Popcorn is available at http://www.popcornlovers.com/ and comes in 9 different varieties.

    I’ll have to try this.

  9. I made white chocolate popcorn last week and it was so addictive and felt very indulgent! Can’t wait to try with pop rocks!

  10. Just made this…Amazing! Very addictive,easy and so yummyThanks for a great recipe!

  11. What fun!!!! I just pinned and will share on my FB page!!!!

    Love it


  12. So Cool!! I know it’s after the fourth but I think my twins could enjoy this all year. Sweet!!! making 😉 Now I’m headed to go find your bucket list!

  13. What a great holiday weekend treat!

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