JOLLY TIME Pop Corn Halloween Haystacks

I received products from JOLLY TIME Pop Corn to help facilitate this post. all opinions are 100% my own.





Did you know that October is National Popcorn month? Yup, this scrumptious snack has it’s own month! JOLLY TIME Pop Corn happens to be one of my favorite brands and I recently took the beloved treat into my kitchen to try out a new recipe I found on the JOLLY TIME website. Usually I just eat popcorn plain, but now I see what I have been missing! Also don’t forget that Halloween is great time to hand out JOLLY TIME mini bags to your tricker treaters in the neighborhood.


After perusing the JOLLY TIME website, the Haystacks really struck my fancy. So into the kitchen we went!

Here is the recipe for these scrumptious treats:

JOLLY TIME Pop Corn Halloween Haystacks


JOLLY TIME Pop Corn Halloween Haystacks

JOLLY TIME Pop Corn Halloween Haystacks


  • 1 bag popped JOLLY TIME® Healthy Pop 94% Fat Free Butter Flavor Microwave Pop Corn, popped (about 12 cups)
  • 1 cup chow mein noodles
  • ½ cup peanut butter
  • 1/8 cup white chocolate or almond bark
  • 1 package (12 oz.) butterscotch or peanut butter chips


  1. Pop popcorn according to package directions.
  2. Open bag carefully and pour into large bowl; discard unpopped kernels.
  3. Add chow mein noodles to bowl.
  4. In a small microwave-safe bowl, melt baking chips, peanut butter and white chocolate, uncovered, on HIGH (100% power) for 2 minutes; stir well.
  5. Pour over popcorn mixture; stir until evenly coated.
  6. Drop mixture by large rounded tablespoonfuls onto wax paper-lined cookie sheets.
  7. Refrigerate until firm, 1 to 1-1/2 hours. Store in tightly covered container.


For more information and more recipes please check out JOLLY TIME Pop Corn’s websiteFacebook, and Twitter pages.



About Beth

Beth Larrabee is a stay at home mom of 3 wonderful children and is married to her wonderful husband Scot. Beth is an active member in her community and is currently the Vice President of the PTO, President of The Friends of Cumston Library, and proud leader of a Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout Troops. In her spare time, Beth enjoys musical theater, singing, gaming, books, spending time at the lake and all things food.

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  1. karen medlin says:

    thank you for the recipe, This is a change on the caramel corn that the kids love, I like that it looks so much easier and less messy. I have all the ingredients on hand so special trip to shop for everything!!

  2. ooo, sound yummy, and I bet it smells so good too.

  3. Kimberly M.

    Really wished I had seen this before Halloween. This is a wonderful idea to pass out to Trick or Treaters too. Much healthier than alot of candy. I’ll have to pin this and make it for next year. Thank you for the recipe.

  4. Sumbul Aslam

    nice recipe ,,easy to follow too.

  5. Interesting recipe! I’ve never heard of a dessert using chow mein noodles. I know my son would love these!

  6. I’ve done a similar recipe w/ pretzel pieces. This looks really good & I have lots of popcorn here to try it out on.

  7. Ronald O.

    I bet this tastes great! We’re going to have to try this! 😉

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