Peanut Butter Marshmallow Ears of Corn
1/2 stick of butter
1/4 cup of brown sugar
1 10oz bag of MINI marshmallows
2 bags of microwaveable popcorn (12 cups)
1 10.5oz bag Reese's Pieces
1 package of green tissue paper
1. Heat 1/2 stick butter in a pot on low until almost completely melted.
2. Add 1/4 cup of brown sugar to the butter and melt completely.
3. Add 1 bag of 10oz mini marshmallows to the pot and melt on low until marshmallows lose their shape and become one massive "glob."
4. Take the pot off of the heat.
5. Add 2 bags of popped popcorn (12 cups) to the marshmallow mixture.
6. Stir until the popcorn is fully coated.
7. Add Reese's Pieces and stir until well incorporated.
8. Coat your hands with butter so the mixture doesn't stick to them.
9. Grab a handful of the mixture and mold into the shape of an ear of corn.
10. Place onto a parchment lined tray and let them dry completely until they are no longer sticky to the touch.
11. Wrap in plastic wrap (optional for longer shelf life) then wrap in tissue paper as shown in the video.
Roland, hey everybody, its Zach call again owner and operator of Lisa's fashion for popcorn here today.
To give you episode, 2 of the pop shop show where we talk about 40 popcorn and show you recipes that you can use at home.
I've got my special assistant, your Tara she's, one of the managers here at least his passion for popcorn Tara.
Why don't you introduce yourself a little bit and tell everybody home how we started working here? Alright, yeah so exact said: I am Tara I've been working here for a little over a year, um I'm, a Zack and Brooke actually through church.
They were couple my church leaders back in the day and they actually got me a job next door at the castle.
Theatre and I worked over there for about two years and then about like a year and a half or sewing to me working over there.
They offered me a job to come here, so yeah, that's what I'm doing over here now when I lovin it yeah.
Absolutely we decided she was one of the best of the best of the theater, so we decided to steal ur anyways.
What are we doing today? Let's just talk a little bit about that yeah.
So we are going to make pop corn on the cob sort of Zack show us our example: they're kind of a little ears of corn, so yeah.
It's really making they're edible and they're perfect for, like a party or like decorations, or anything like that, absolutely I think they're.
Can you just tell us a little bit about what's in there and deliciousness yeah, so it's a microwavable popcorn and it's mixed with melted, marshmallows, butter and brown sugar and we also added reese's pieces into that to give it more or less more color and like, but a bit more a better way right.
Yes, yeah I love, peanut butter, so much okay! So let's go ahead and get us started then looks like we've got some brown sugar here.
Is that what we use? First? Yes, so actually you're going to put in half a stick of butter, so I already started melting it down to see the little bit of this.
We need a half, a stick jealous, make sure return pop icon.
So yeah you see the quarter cup of brown, sugar and after the butter is melted completely.
You want to mix in the brown sir mix that in- and this only takes like a minute- tops to melt it in completely awesome is going to stir that in a little bit fantastic.
So keep that role.
What should I be getting ready? Then that's, not okay, delicious, so I want to cut those open.
Okay, so is it barely put the sugar in, and it's already melted completely so once it's melted into the bar wanna dump the entire bag of our colon? Yes feels great.
So it's one tab back of mini marshmallows and you want to get the minis because they melt it quicker and they know more evenly than the regular sized ones.
We want to get the mini ones in there right huh.
What am I doing now? Waiting? Okay: let's go over the ingredients that we need yeah, absolutely in fact, oh, this is melting down.
What popcorn did you use for this? Yes, so I use a microwavable.
Popcorn can do this like grocery store, and you need to back to this.
If you're using just like loose popcorn see you need 12 cups.
So two bags of that popped is about 12 cups.
So that's what we need and then you also need later on you're, going to need one, a full 10 out or 10 and a half ounce bag of reese's pieces or you can honestly use any can do you want I use this stuff because I just love, peanut butter and chocolate, I love it so much.
So that's why I chose me is that plus I like the colors they're, like fall colors yeah, that's why she chose to use those and then you also need one package of tissue paper and I use green.
It's like this, the husks on corn or green.
So that's why I chose to use that color so yeah, that's all you're going to give you for this fantastic cool, and you know, while that's melting down and getting ready for the popcorn, why don't you tell them a little bit about some of the flavors that we have here at Lisa's and what are your favorite all-time trees here at the shop we have a ton of flavors, that's really hard to choose, for the Falls have a like pumpkin spice.
It's really good I wanted to have those like really pretty fall, colors and like the perfect pumpkin spice taste, so yeah I, really like that flavor, but I would have to say my all-time favorite candy coated flavor is cinnamon roll.
What is definitely my favorite, I love it.
I would eat it all time.
I want other cooks too, and so when I cook it, you got to make sure no confidence in your product you're right.
If we don't eat it, how would you guys know exactly yeah cool? Well, that's almost ready there about looks of it or let's get there I'm going to get our popularity video here yeah.
So you want to go sit down until the marshmallows lose their shape until it becomes just one massive like marshmallow.
Basically, the way you want to do so, I'm just gonna keep serving this making sure the number, but it's not gonna completely liquefies.
Wait! No yeah! You don't want to completely liquify just a little bit otherwise you're going to get that burnt marshmallow in there just gonna stink up your whole house yeah just like when you leave that marshmallow the fire too long, and we don't want to be about six more silver lining.
You know the worst thing in the world, not the worse, yeah, okay, all right.
So this is about ready to go right on so I've got to talk more ready to go.
Sighs want to dump that in perfect, so I jump in like one bag at a time and certain always easier to cope that way.
So this Kota as best you can try really hard not to break the popcorn.
Obviously, that's going to happen when you're stirring it so you might want to just we talked about this in the first episode.
You can use a thicker tougher seat in there.
It's called mushroom pop popcorn or caramel pop popcorn, and you probably won't find this in your microwavable offer that you have in stores, but you can buy it here at lisas and that's going to be thicker and tougher and, as you stir that in you're going to have less broken pieces, that being said either way, it's really delicious.
So, like the next one Justin, the other one, my job is easy.
Yeah super easy, so this mix in and try to get a code as best you can when I try this at home, I use like a wooden spatula, and it works really well this time, I'm using plastic.
So it's kind of bending this got chill a little bit.
So Frank is like a wooden spoon.
That's why I used it worked out great right now.
Do we put the candy in here now or do we do that later? At the end? Yes, we want to put it in after the popcorn is completely coated in the marshmallows and then that's what we want this in the candy.
It's not melt the pieces a little bit and that's okay, yeah trying to get scraped the bottom of it and covering up to the top yeah make sure you get those edges.
You don't want to leave any of that, marshmallowy goodness at the bottom of the pan.
Unless you want to lick the spatula yeah, we sell to go the whole thing: yeah, it's the entire thing and I just mix it a little bit at a time and always your coat and better.
Yes, we push myself a little bit again.
This is one full ten and a half ounce bag, so I just got even go hard in the girls can be set down to our the fine yeah, like any grocery store, should be familiar with Reese's Pieces, isn't if you're cooking.
You know this is awesome as huge as it is.
It's cool that we have something that we can make it home and we can do relatively easily.
That's going to be a really neat, even as a decoration as a party or a special gift for somebody around Halloween time.
How's it I just want to mix them until are well incorporated again.
These will melt a little time, but it will be fine yeah we're going to want to let it dry the end of their anyway.
So that way you love burn.
So these are just about coated in out of money.
Oh alright! So after this you're going to want to take this off the heat there we go, I turned our hot plate on and what you're going to do next is you're going to actually start forming it with your hand to make it look like it is a cob of corn- and you can see this one right here- that we did earlier to show you that shape that you're, looking for or just like a regular air horn yeah.
So well, this is going.
Oh, it doesn't take out my b poole I'm.
Take these golf balls just for a second, but actually, when you go to form these shapes, it actually might be easier for you to not have any blood song so make sure you wash your hands alright, so I'm going to show you how to wrap the ears of corn.
So you see one sheet of tissue paper for eight years and I hope you guys and see this.
They have holes in them already, which is the perfect width that you need.
So what you're going to do is you're just going to fold them on the fold, but you want to do an accordion-style the way these are folded in a package or not ok, step upwards I also make sure you re photo a little bit put those over all right he's, don't have to be perfect! I'll! Show you! Why we're almost there all right so too, all right! So here's what you're gonna do so you're going to take your ear corn once it's molded and I'll show you how to do that.
Just a second and you want to hold it up to the tissue paper about three inches from the bottom and just kind of market.
Your with like a pen like just your finger, alright.
So this is good.
So what you're going to do is you're just going to cut kind of like a little arch up to that point.
It up Yeah right there just going to kind of cut it! It's like a point y arch.
Let's test my arm skills here, it's gonna sketch Eva.
It's ending up a little bit more like a triangle, I think I don't get the job down anyway, so after you're done you're just gonna off all this alright, so so what it should look like and then just going to take your ear of corn and place it so a tip of the ear of corn whoops.
That was, at the gate, ain't no attention to ya.
They record to be sticking out of this little indentation right here.
Imitation! Is that a word they board of the day, yeah, alright, so I'm just going to place that on her and you're just going to roll this into petition paper roll it trying to keep it even alright, that's a little bit less okay, alright! So now, okay, how's this you're just going to take the ball and twist it's like a handle that way.
If you give it to like a little kid, it's easier for them to eat, and then you're just going to take these little triangle pieces and just fall back off.
Just like you would, if you're sucking in your form, awesome and look how pretty that is! I think that's so fun, because it think that, as you saw us do, you can make a couple mistakes in and at the end, you're still going to have something: that's really easy to use and really pretty do you think that popcorn journey to check yourself and one more tip? If you want to make these little bit more decorative, you can take place here ribbon and tie it around the bottom and go like a little bow super cute, so yeah basically give it every polishes yeah, okay, I'm, going to start making my little popcorn ball yeah.
So if you're using loves, hopefully it won't stick to your hand if you're doing this with your bare hands, make sure you coat your hands and like Crisco or just like the butter yellow here in time with your buddies, get it all over your hands.
So it's really greasy and that way it won't stick and especially if it's still a little warm a little bit hot on your hands.
The worst thing in the whole world we talked about this in the last episode is to have something: that's really hot and gooey.
Stick to your hands! Imagine picking up a hot pan off of the furnace that you can't fair out the furnace off the stove top you can't set back down.
You can't get it up your hand, because it's stuck together so we're feeling the whole world yes, so this should be cool to the touch by now yeah.
What do you think about of you, fantastic? So there's our little unicorn we're going to keep going, but I think we're out of time, so you've seen how we've been able to wrap it up in the paper.
You saw how we cooked it, and now you can have a chance to do at home.
So thanks again for joining us 40 more thing.
If you want to kick these a little bit more fresh, you can wrap them in plastic wrap.
Now we will keep them more fresh, but if you're doing this just like for a party and a couple hours then like they'll, be totally fine.
Just like this other tissue paper should not stick to this, because you want a way to wrap it in a tissue paper until this is dry completely, but she only takes like two or three minutes so there's my tips.
Awesome is no thanks for joining us in this episode of the pawn shop show and tune in next week for more recipes that you use at home too.
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