Teachers work hard every day for our kiddos.
So I like to treat them to a little something fun at Christmas.
But having a special needs child often means there's not just one teacher to treat, but multiple teachers, aides, and therapists.
And that can get real pricey real quick.
So I've found a delicious treat that can be made in large batches quickly, easily, and inexpensively. And it can be customized for any holiday.
That treat is Confetti Popcorn.
This picture shows the Valentine version.
But by simply changing to whatever seasonal M&M's are available, you can easily make Christmas, Easter, Fall, or 4th of July Confetti Popcorn.
Here's the recipe:
1 bag of M&M's (use whatever seasonal ones are appropriate)
Almost 2 bags of Orville Redenbacher's microwave Tender White popcorn (or any kind with no butter)
1 bag Wilton's Vanilla Candy Melts
Pop popcorn. Pick out any unpopped kernels and toss them out. Put popcorn in large bowl. Melt chocolate and pour over popcorn. Add M&M's and stir gently. Spread on baking sheets and sprinkle another handful of M&M's over the top. Allow to dry completely. Break up and package as you wish.
Sweet and simple - doesn't get much better than that!