Cookies and Cream Popcorn (aka Oreo Popcorn)

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Cookies and cream popcorn recipe

Delicious & Easy Cookies and Cream Popcorn

Only 3 easy ingredients are needed for our favorite cookies and cream popcorn recipe (a.k.a. Oreo popcorn). Popcorn covered in Almond Bark and crushed Oreo cookies! It is quick and easy to throw together too. Not to mention delicious!

Now you may be wondering, where’s the cream in this recipe? Well, Almond Bark doesn’t have any cream in it, but it does give the popcorn a flavor that is kind of like the cream filling of an Oreo cookie. 😉 Almond Bark is basically just vanilla flavored candy coating, by the way.

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Ingredients for oreo popcorn

Ingredients for Cookies and Cream Popcorn:

The three ingredients for this popcorn recipe are popped popcorn, chocolate sandwich cookies (like classic Oreo cookies), and Almond Bark.

The vanilla Almond Bark is pretty easy to find at most grocery stores, in the same area as the chocolate chips. Melting instructions are right on the package and I usually just use the microwave. Super easy and only takes a few minutes.

As an alternative, white chocolate would be yummy, but it is messier because it doesn’t set or harden as well as Almond Bark.

Easy cookies and cream popcorn recipe

Oreo Popcorn Tips:

Oreo cookies in a resealable bag and a rolling pin is my simple go-to method for crushing Oreo cookies.

For the popcorn, I usually use my air popper to pop it, but you could use plain microwave popcorn instead or pretty much any other method of popcorn popping. Whatever works!

This cookies and cream popcorn is an awesome treat to take to parties, family meals, potluck, gatherings, a friend’s house for movie night, neighbor Christmas gifts, teacher appreciation gifts, etc. Just package it in a cute container or bag if you’re going for the gift idea. So many delicious opportunities! 🙂

Cookies and cream popcorn recipe

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Oreo Popcorn Recipe

Cookies and Cream Popcorn (aka Oreo Popcorn)

5 / 5 (1 review)
Prep Time: 5 mins | Cook Time: 2 mins
Yield: 13-15 cups | Serves: 8

Ingredients

  • 13-15 cups popped plain popcorn (about 1/2 cup kernels plus 2 tablespoons)
  • 20 Oreo cookies, crushed
  • 24 ounces vanilla Almond Bark

Instructions

  1. Sift the popped popcorn with your fingers and transfer to a large rimmed baking sheet or spread onto waxed paper, parchment paper, foil, baking mat, etc. (You leave behind most of the un-popped kernels by using your hands to transfer.)
  2. Melt the Almond Bark according to package directions. I usually use the microwave.
  3. While the Almond Bark is still warm, drizzle it evenly over the popcorn. Immediately sprinkle the crushed Oreo cookies over the popcorn. You can stir the popcorn around a bit if you need to spread the toppings more.
  4. Let it set for a minute, then dump the popcorn into a large bowl. Gently stir a little bit, if needed, to more evenly distribute the toppings. Let the Almond Bark fully set for a few more minutes, then serve and enjoy!

Recipe Source: Chef in Training

Ingredients: Chocolate, Popcorn
Meal Type: Desserts, 4th of July, Christmas, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl Party, Egg Free, Meatless
Categories: BBQ, Cookies and Treats, Finger Food and Dips, No Bake

Comments & Reviews

  • Timothy

    I can’t say that this is a recipe that I, personally, would be fond of. However, my wife is going to love this when I make it for her, and hopefully, she’ll love me for making it! I love seeing other people use an air popper for their popcorn. Ever since I bought my own popcorn popper, I never microwave it anymore. Thank you for the detailed instructions — I will certainly try this out for my wife.

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