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New Year’s Eve Glamour Glitter Popcorn 

I’ve got me some resolutions.

My resolution list:

– To post sonogram photos on my Facebook wall every few months, even though I’m not pregnant.

– To eat at more health food restaurants. (Oh, I’m sorry. Did you think I was implying that I would eat more health food? I actually plan on bringing a couple of steaks and some fried mozzarella sticks and eat it in front of everyone. I will make loud, “Mmmmmmmmm,” noises while I chew.)

– Run more. To the liquor store.

-To not have a resolution.


…and, more glitter. You know, because glitter makes everything awesome (until you have to clean it up the next day. Ugh).


This popcorn is already helping you and the bajillion other people who will be trying to lose weight for their resolution. It’s light, and still flavorful so your New Year’s guests will be grateful.

This popcorn also happens to have more bling blang than Elizabeth Taylor.


Ingredients for New Year’s Eve Glamour Glitter Popcorn 

– Freshly popped popcorn (I prefer to air pop using Kernel Season’sâ„¢ Premium Popping Corn)

– Kernel Season’sâ„¢ Popcorn Seasonings (choose your favorite flavors)

Disco Dust (found in baking supply stores) OR edible glitter ***

– Kernel Season’sâ„¢ Popcorn Spritzer spray, or any oil or butter spray


***IMPORTANT: Up until recently, disco dust (an edible glitter) was labeled as non-toxic but not FDA approved. Now some online stores have started to state that it is for, “Decorative purposes only.”  Although many bakers, bloggers, cake decorators, etc. do use it on top of food, this is a choice that you yourself must make. I am personally okay with it. If you are not, you can use the “edible glitter” instead of disco dust. It will appear to be more like flakes or star shapes (see images directly below).


After popping popcorn and adding seasoning, lay popcorn out on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.


Spray with popcorn spritzer spray and carefully sprinkle with disco dust (or edible glitter). Shake baking sheet side to side to coat all sides of popcorn. Spray again and sprinkle with more disco dust if needed.


Add popcorn to a pretty gift box with candy or any delicious add-in.


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Glitter popcorn gives me so many feels, sigh.

Happy New Year!

Now go hound a burger in front of health food eaters. I swear, it will cheer you up.


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7 Responses to New Year’s Eve Glamour Glitter Popcorn. They’re Glittery!

  1. You had me at glitter. That’s a good resolution- mine last year was to drink fancier wine. This year I will drink fancier wine and glittery cups!

  2. Riley says:

    You stated in parentheses that Disco Dust is an edible glitter, but actually it is NOT edible. It is made up of finely ground plastics that are non-toxic, but should not be consumed. Just as school glue is labeled non-toxic, it is also not edible. People with food allergies should not be consuming Disco Dust in any amount since it is PLASTIC. If people want “glitter” that is actually edible, they can buy the edible glitter flakes you mentioned (such as Wilton or Sugarpaste) and try crushing it with a rolling pin between wax paper to make it more like a dust than flakes. If you are going to use Disco Dust in your recipes, you really should put a disclaimer stating it is not edible. Most amateur cooks & bakers do not know this information and since they would be consuming inedible plastic, they should be informed.

  3. Riley says:

    Sorry, but one of the edible glitters I mentioned should be Sugarcraft & not Sugarpaste.

  4. ashepard47 says:

    This is absolutely hilarious(the comment thread.) I think the recipe looks really cool and I’ve never thought of such a fun concept with popcorn.

    I think Jasmine gave enough of a disclaimer, that as a “baker for fun” I would think on it and make my own informed decision. As a buyer, I’d honestly go for whatever is the shiniest. Jasmine, personally I’m glad you didn’t recommend crushing up the less-shiny flakes and trying to pass them for something they aren’t.

    Nothing glitters like disco-glitter, and that’s that.

    *you could also market this as “glitter poo popcorn” as those glitter pills are popular right now. (Did I take this too far?)

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