Thanksgiving Greetings and Plymouth Popcorn

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Plymouth Popcorn is a sweet and salty treat, great for snacking and sure to satisfy hungry pilgrims, football fans, or tree-trimmers over Thanksgiving weekend!

Quick and easy to throw together with almond bark, popcorn, and your favorite combination of candy, pretzels, and/or nuts.


Plymouth Pantry Almond Bark came from Walmart rather than over on the Mayflower :) but you can use any vanilla flavored almond bark found in the baking section of the grocery store, white chocolate chips or candy melts. I like the convenience of the blocks of bark.


No recipe required for this sweet and salty treat~ as a guideline, for 10 cups of popcorn I use a 24 oz. package of almond bark, less 2 blocks. You can adjust your candy coating-to-popcorn ratio to your taste buds.


Melt candy coating according to package directions (I use the microwave) and toss in a large bowl with your popcorn. Mix until coated and spread popcorn on wax paper or parchment lined baking sheet(s) to cool and set.


Once your popcorn is set (about 15- 20 minutes), break into pieces and stir in your candy of choice, nuts and/or pretzels.


I mixed in some Pumpkin Spice M&Ms and Brach’s Caramel Candy Corn, pretzels, mixed nuts, and dried cranberries, since it’s Thanksgiving : ) for a sweet and salty blend.


Warning: Exercise caution,

this is addictive!

Plymouth Popcorn

Store in an airtight container and enjoy!


Wishing you a Safe & Happy Thanksgiving!

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25 responses to “Thanksgiving Greetings and Plymouth Popcorn

  1. Yummy! Can’t wait to make it later today. The containers are adorable! Did you make them too?

  2. Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving Mary! xo

  3. No the containers came from World Market last year :)

  4. I am in my danger phase, where I am so confident that everything is under control that I’m tempted to add things to the menu, and this is at the top of the list! I would love to have some bowls of this Plymouth Popcorn munch around the house! I’m glad it didn’t arrive by Mayflower, much fresher from Walmart! I might just even have most of the ingredients…thank you for a wonderful treat that everyone will enjoy~I wish I had a beautiful silver turkey ladle to serve it with! Happy Thanksgiving Mary~

  5. Making mini pumpkin pies today, hope they come out good. Will have to make your popcorn for foot ball time! Happy thanks giving!🍂

  6. Your turkey ladle is beautiful Mary! The munchie sounds great too, let’s see… Hungry Pilgrim=me, football fan=me, tree-trimmer=me!!! Guess I should whip some up:@) Happy Thanksgiving and be sure to give The Girls a little piece of turkey for me!

  7. ~Mary~
    Looks yummy !! Getting ready to start my baking and making :) for tomorrow. But I think I will go see a movie first !
    HappY ThankSgiviNg !!

  8. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Mary, and thank you for sharing not only your popcorn treat, but for all your inspiration throughout the year. xo

  9. Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving

  10. looks so so good! love the containers, too. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

  11. so adorable, its the details that delight! i am not a snack person, well unless its 100% sugar, throw in popcorn and snacky stuff and i am just not enthralled, BUT my husband is ;-) i buy him the most expensive popcorns like cinnabon, zebra, pumpkin spice, it looks like they have nothing on you, i should try and be a good wife and make him this stuff, besides being darling it would surely put a huge smile on his face, it even looks healthy!

    happy thanksgiving and thanks for all the nonstop fun your blog has been since day one~

  12. How cute! What a great idea for College Football Saturday!!!

    Happy Thanksgiving, Mary!


  13. Happy Thanksgiving Mary! I really enjoy the photos of your yummy looking
    foods and snacks.

  14. Happy Thanksgiving, Mary!

  15. Oh, I could just “gobble” up that Plymouth Popcorn. :) Yum! Love the turkey ladle, too. Wishing y’all a Happy Thanksgiving.

  16. Nancy k walker

    Mary, where did you get that fabulous turkey ladle? Is this a family heirloom ? Nancy

  17. Hi Nancy, It’s part of a Wallace 6 piece Turkey Hostess Set. You can find it here. Happy Thanksgiving!

  18. Everything you do just looks so delicious, Mary! I’ll have to make some of this when the grandgirls are here! Wishing you and yours a very happy Thanksgiving!

  19. What a darling display…LOVE the plaid napkins & the popcorn looks WONDERFUL!!!
    I just don’t understand how God could give ONE PERSON so much creativity & the rest of us, hardly any. I’m so envious of your talents, Mary!
    Every single post is like a page from a beautiful high-style magazine.

    Have a warm & wonderfully Happy Thanksgiving!

  20. That looks SO good! I wish I could have some but I am in the midst of oral surgery! Hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Xo

  21. Nancy k walker

    Mary, I have just purchased the serving set with the turkey. Thanks for the hot tip! Nancy K Walker

  22. I am such a popcorn fan, I had to come over and take a look at this one. Found it on today’s linky party. Pinning this one to my “Pop That Corn” board on pinterest. Love the sweet/salty thing going on here.

  23. Looks YUMMY! I have friends from Boston so your title caught my eye. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

  24. Pingback: Cupid’s Mix: Valentine’s Day Popcorn | Home is Where the Boat Is

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