Winter Berry Popcorn Cones

It might be too cold for ice cream but never too cold for popcorn!

This sweet and sticky berry blue flavored popcorn in combination with a classic chocolate dipped cone is sure to be a crowd pleaser.  It’s a good way to have a little fun in the kitchen to pass those Winter Time Blues away.  They are so easy to make that little and big kids alike are going to want to get their hands messy and help.  We chose to celebrate January using blue as our color theme and made berry blue popcorn with fun shaped sprinkles. Pick out your favorite Jell-O® flavor and some bright sprinkles to match to make a creation all your own.  These popcorn cones are perfect for a family movie night, slumber parties, or a fun classroom activity.  


10 Cups Popped Popcorn
1 Cup + Butter, extra for greasing hands
3/4 Cup Sugar
1 Tablespoon Corn Syrup
3 Tablespoons Water
1 (3 ounce) Berry Flavored Jello-O Mix
10 each Ice Cream Cones Colorful Nonpareil Sprinkles


1.     Set aside popped popcorn in a large bowl.

2.     Pre-heat oven to 300°F. Generously grease a sheet pan.

3.     Distribute popped popcorn on sheet pan and place in oven to keep warm.

4.     In a saucepan over medium heat combine, sugar, flavored gelatin, corn syrup, and water.

5.     Heat mixture to 250°F to 265°F. 

6.     Remove popcorn from oven and transfer to a bowl.  Pour mixture over popcorn and stir until coated.

7.     Place coated popcorn on greased sheet pan and return to the oven for 5 minutes.   

8.     Grease hands with a small amount of butter.  Let popcorn rest until cool enough to handle, then form into balls.

9.     Melt chocolate in a microwave safe bowl for 3-4 minutes on 50% power, stirring every 30 seconds until melted.

10.  Hold the cones upside down and into the melted white chocolate, shake off any excess chocolate and immediately coat the chocolate with colorful nonpareil sprinkles.

11.  Press the coated popcorn balls into and on the cones, shaping each one like a scoop of ice cream.   

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