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Ok, so as I am writing this lovely post 
in the wee small hours of the morning, or the dark hours of late late night time…however you prefer to see it.
It has occurred to me that the last three posts have
all included some kind of chocolate.
Alright, they have included A LOT of chocolate.
White, dark, and milk have all been represented.
 Should I apologize for this kind of behavior?
Maybe only to my hips….
Isn’t it Halloween soon or something?
Don’t we all have chocolate on the mind!
Maybe just those of us burning the midnight oil, 
typing and writing about chocolate.
White, dark and milk.
Delicious  in each form.
This wonderful White Chocolate Popcorn is very easy to make.
It doesn’t need to bake.
Like a fancy cake.
Boy, I wish I were awake……

See you back here tomorrow for something without sugar and chocolate.
It’s really good.
It has bread.
And cheese…..
You can eat it while you make this popcorn!

White Chocolate Popcorn
Time: 20 minutes + 30 minutes to set up
Yield: about 12 servings
Recipe from Jamie Cooks It Up!
2 bags microwave popcorn
2  12 oz packages white chocolate chips
1 T shortening
1 C  m and m’s
1 C peanuts (I used honey roasted)
1. Pop you popcorn according to package directions.
2. Put your white chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Heat it for 30 seconds and then stir. Repeat until it is all melted. Don’t get it too hot! If you don’t heat it slowly….it can burn. Oh, that would be one sad day. Burned white chocolate. What a shame.
3. Add the shortening to your melted chocolate. Stir until melted.
4. Place your pop corn in two large bowls. It’s easier to get all of the goodies incorporated if you use two bowls instead of one.
5. Pour the white chocolate over the popcorn. Stir it all around to incorporate.
6. Add the m and m’s and the peanuts and stir so they get all stuck in the white chocolate as well.
7. Lay the chocolate covered popcorn on two large cookie sheets that are lined with wax paper.
8. After the chocolate has set (about 30 minutes) break it into chucks and eat it up!
Or, bag some up and give it to a friend!

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