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Reese's Pieces White Chocolate Puffcorn

This Reese's Pieces White Chocolate Puffcorn is a fall party favorite! This puffcorn snack is salty and sweet with hints of peanut butter and cinnamon. 


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Reese's Pieces White Chocolate Puffcorn in a gray bowl.


White Chocolate Puffcorn has been a family favorite around the holidays for years! We make it and usually decorate it with sprinkles that match the holiday we're celebrating.

Today's version is absolutely perfect for fall. If you love Reese's Pieces, then this is the perfect snack for you. 

Puffcorn can be found in the chip or snack aisle in pretty much every grocery store. It's made with corn meal, is usually fried or baked and coated with cheese or butter flavoring. Sometimes it can be sweet as well and can be coated with caramel, sweetened for cereal, like Corn Pops.

I happen to love sweet and salty together, so this snack is perfection for me, especially with the Reese's Pieces. Gotta love anything peanut butter.

This can be made in less than 10 minutes, plus you'll allow time for the white chocolate to firm back up. You can eat this all yourself, make it for a party, or pack up in individual gift bags to give to your family and friends.


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Scroll down to the printable recipe card for measurements and instructions!


Recipe tips:


  • Be sure to add your toppings onto the puffcorn while the almond bark is still melty, this will help it stick and stay on.
  • If you want more chocolate on your puffcorn, increase the amount you melt and add some extra cinnamon.


melted white chocolate and cinnamon being mixed in a bowl.


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You can add or substitute with these ingredients:


  • use sprinkles instead of reese's pieces
  • use pumpkin pie spice instead of cinnamon
  • use candy corn instead of reese's pieces
  • skip cinnamon
  • replace some of the puffcorn with pretzels
  • use m&m's instead of reese's pieces


puffcorn on a baking sheet being drizzled with white chocolate.


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I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as our family did!



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