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  • Molly McGehee Yao

    Pink Popcorn. Great for a Pink Party!

  • Rachel Flynn

    Pink Elephant Popcorn. I know this isnt the healthiest, but the kids will love it! I need to find more ways of making colorful, yummy popcorn. Great party food! Attempted. It stuck together. Maybe I didn't mix well enough

  • Jenn Clark

    another pink popcorn recipe

  • Kayla Craig

    Pink Elephant Popcorn Ingredients: 3 tablespoons butter 1 ½ cups miniature marshmallows 4 tablespoons strawberry gelatin 2 quarts popped popcorn Directions: 1. Melt butter over low heat. 2. Stir in marshmallows until they are soft but not melted. 3. Add flavored gelatin mix. 4. Stir until everything is a nice pink color throughout. 5. (The gelatin may not dissolve completely, but that's all right.) Pour evenly over popcorn and stir until all flakes are evenly coated. Print This Recipe

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