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  • Shannon Brown Carroll

    Popcorn balls & other after school snacks

  • Dawn Chizek-Walbeck

    For popping kernels, follow instructions on package, or use 12 cups plain popped microwave popcorn (without salt or butter). Also, try substituting other types of dried fruit and nuts for the raisins and peanuts.

  • Brenda Kundert-Winney

    15 popcorn recipes

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    See the Popcorn Balls in our Kids' Candy Recipes gallery

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