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Funfetti Popcorn

Salty, sweet, and topped with sprinkles, this Funfetti Popcorn will be a hit with kids ages 4 to 94.

Funfetti popcorn in a Bowl

Summer is a special time for me.  So many in my family were born throughout the summer.  In honor of summer babies everywhere, I made a sweet and simple popcorn treat that I call Funfetti Popcorn.  It can be made in a jiffy, but you have to wait a little while for the almond bark to cool before digging in.  Below are the easy step-by-step instructions.  I hope you enjoy it!

Pour a bag of pre-popped popcorn into a large bowl.

Take one package of almond bark – the kind that you heat the bark in the provided tray.  Microwave it according to package directions.  It only took my microwave 60 seconds to get it to the soft stage you see below.  Although it looks like a few hard chunks, those were actually soft and I only had to stir them for a little bit for them to melt into the rest of the bark.

Melted Almond Bark

Spoon or pour the melted almond bark onto the popcorn.  (My large bowl was already being used to hold watermelon, so I used a 9 x 13 cake pan.)

Pouring Almond Bark over popcorn

Stir the popcorn and almond bark to try to make sure all of the popcorn gets coated.

Coated Popcorn

Sprinkle with *sprinkles* and let cool.  You can speed the cooling/drying process by placing it in the refrigerator, if you’d like.

Funfetti Popcorn cooling

It’s a fun little treat that kids, both young and old, will enjoy.

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Funfetti Popcorn

Salty, sweet, and topped with sprinkles, this Funfetti Popcorn will be a hit with kids ages 4 to 94.
Course Desserts
Cuisine American
Keyword Funfetti popcorn
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 6 servings
Calories 123kcal
Author Lynda


  • 1 large bag approx 4.5 ounces pre-popped popcorn
  • 1 package almond bark
  • sprinkles


  • Pour popcorn into a large bowl.
  • Microwave almond bark according to package directions.
  • Pour almond bark over popcorn and stir well to coat all of the pieces.
  • Sprinkle with sprinkles.
  • Allow almond bark to dry.



Serving: 1/6 batch | Calories: 123kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 5g | Trans Fat: 2g | Sodium: 164mg | Fiber: 2g

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Monday 6th of July 2015

Too cute! I've never seen the bark in a tray for melting - where do you find it?


Tuesday 7th of July 2015

I bought that one at Kroger in the baking aisle. I have bought them at Walmart, too.

TerriAnn @ Cookies & Clogs

Monday 6th of July 2015

These look amazing and the recipe seems so, so easy! Question, though what is almond bark?


Monday 6th of July 2015

looks so fun and easy to make as well