Springtime Munchies

Wednesday, March 15, 2017


Just like everyone else, my favorite thing about spring has to be all the delicate details and the pretty pastel colors. Anything that has those two features instantly attracts me to it. Which is why I'm excited for this Easter season. I love seeing everyone dressed in lace dresses and rocking a chic hat. If you haven't seen my previous post, Elle Woods, then you wouldn't know that I'm loving the color blush this season. It's the perfect neutral but still makes a girly statement. If I was investing in a new Easter dress this year, a pink one would definitely be the route that I would go. Speaking of Easter,  I remember as a kid loving decorating Easter eggs. I would always rainbow eggs, so I would mix all the colors. Then I would be disappointed when my eggs turned brown. I never liked hard-boiled eggs, so they would never get eaten by me. So I wanted to create a snack that was Easter Egg inspired. If you have a sweet and salty tooth, then this certainly for you!
*Please don't mind the bit of frosting on the basket*. This snack is honestly super easy but also a little time consuming. (If you're trying to make this in a pinch, a quick fix is to use pre-popped popcorn like SkinnyPop!) Once your popcorn is made, put some white frosting in a bowl. Then add some food coloring to get the color you desire. Grab a handful of popcorn and start dipping them in the frosting. If you have a lot of time on your hands, then you can dip each piece. Or you can be like me and only add frosting to some. I then added some pretzel sticks. If I had some pastel jelly beans or M&m's I would've added those too. But you can add whatever you want. Just be creative with it. If you recreate this, please tag me in the photos on Twitter or Instagram




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  1. This is super adorable! I love the idea of this for a spring party :)

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    1. It would be perfect for a spring party
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  2. wow this looks really good
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  3. Great idea substituting easter egg for some frosted popcorn. Love it.

    Bernie, xx
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    1. I can't get enough of popcorn either

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  5. That was such a brilliant idea and it turned out so well! Good job, Kate!

    xoxo from Napa Valley!

    Paulina
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  6. amazing!
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  7. I have never seen anything like this.. Such a great idea and it looks so pretty :) Well done girl! ;)

    Jovita from Black Vanilla
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  8. this looks amazing!xx aquateraa.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. I can see why it is time consuming but it sure looks adorable! I love the splash of color!

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  10. This looks so good! Wow I really want this right now :) http://www.bauchlefashion.com/2017/03/the-colour-that-is-red-hot.html

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  11. Oh my god, it's just too cute to eat!

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  12. Yum!! This sounds tasty and fun! Thanks for sharing.

    Brooke
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  13. I also prefer things that are delicate and has the pretty pastel colors. Thanks for sharing.
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    1. Pastel and delicate pieces are so feminine

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  14. Oh wow these look so good and very pretty. Gemma x
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  15. OMG! So good! Need to make some myself!
    Have a wonderful weekend, love!
    xoxo, Vanessa
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  16. Wow! Looks incredible. Will have to try soon..

    xx, Itzy
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  17. It looks tasty and such a fun idea!

    xo
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  18. OMG so creative and adorable !! Thank you so much for sharing this with us! Dominica from London, www.its-dominica.blogspot.co.uk xXx

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  19. This is such a cute idea- I'm so going to try this!!

    Lindsey
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  20. This is the prettiest pop corn I have ever seen! Such a creative idea. Thank you for sharing!

    Xoxo, Maggie
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  21. cute popcorn!
    xx

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  22. I love this Easter-inspired treat! Love popcorn and how easy this is to make!

    xoxo
    Rina Samantha
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  23. yummm! that looks sooo good!

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  24. That popcorn sounds soooo tasty :D

    xx Sofia | SOFIAADOT

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  25. hihihi I love popcorn <3

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  26. OMG this is such a cute idea!!! Really perfect for Spring! Totally trying these babies out soon ;) Thanks for sharing, dear :*

    Natalie
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  27. I really like this colored popcorn. I think popcorn is the healthiest alternative to chips and chocolate bars when it come to calming your munchies. :-)
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    Miri

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    1. Couldn't agree with you more! It's so addicting though

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  28. that looks so yummy!! xxo
    Jamie
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  29. Such a great idea! I made coloured eggs the other day to get in the Easter spirit, but it does feel slightly weird eating a bright red or blue egg! x
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