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Choco Popcorn Rock

I am sure that everyone loves popcorn...movie's without popcorns??? No way !!! Enjoing the favourite movie with bowls of popcorns...that's lovely right?? But when made at home there is always some leftover popcorns losing its cruchiness in some time...True that the crispiness can be got back using microwave but wanted to try something new... And with chocolates, the only way to express our happiness or joy is by gifting chocolates to your loved one..When i am depressed or tensed, i used to eat chocolates and sometimes it helps me to come out of it :) So here I have mixed the leftover popcorns and the choco paste to form a yummy choco Popcorn rock!!!. I have named this coz this looked like rocks on freezing :) This was really yummy, you get the flavor of popcorn, nuts and choco... was really heaven for me..and that too when we make use of leftovers and prepare some yummy recipes...the happiness gets doubled:) I have used multi colored sugarballs and choco strands for the topping...


Ingredients :

50 gms Popcorn
100 gms Choco Paste ( I have used Marco choco paste )
1 Cup Nuts ( Raisins, Walnuts, Almonds, Cashews )
Multicolored Sugar Balls n Chocolate Strands for Decorating
Paper cups

Method :

Place choco paste in a microwave bowl and microwave it for 3  minutes.
Finely chop the raisins, walnuts, cashews and almonds.
Now add the chopped nuts to the melted choco paste and mix well.
Add the popcorns to the choco mixture and mix well.
Make sure that each popcorn gets coated with choco paste.
Slowly spoon in popcorn in to the paper cups and decorate with sugar balls and chocolate strands .
Freeze it and enjoi the Popcorn chocolate.






Comments

  1. Rocking "Choco Rock"....
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  2. Hi Priya ,

    Choco popcorn looks AAwesome !!!

    Neat presentation :)

    Keep on Dear..

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  3. wow dear.. looks yummy... neat presentation..

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  4. Awesome!!!! Loved the chocolaty popcorn dear :) I need some chocolate now..Gonna grab some!!
    ~Today's Recipe~Karuvadu Kulambu / Dry Fish Gravy
    You Too Can Cook Indian Food Recipes

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  5. Great idea Priya. Will try this soon

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  6. yummy choco rocks....kids will love this....will try this :)

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  7. Excellent. Am going to make this now for sure.

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