Popcorn Balls

Popcorn Balls

Popcorn balls are a treasured ritual at Halloween. But frequently they are stuffed with sugar. This Popcorn Balls recipe is created by agave nectar and peanut butter, fastened with chocolate-covered pretzels and dehydrated cherries for a smaller but still extraordinary treat.

Agave syrup or nectar is the generally sweet juice obtained from the agave plant. It contains a lower glycemic index and is lower in calories than sugar, but is yet more delightful. Use it in moderation when replacing for sugar. See for it near other sweeteners in well-being food stores and well-stocked markets.


These Chocolate Pretzel and Cherry Popcorn Balls are simple to make ahead for gatherings. Just cover them airtight, and they’ll stay for up to two days. But, they taste best on the day they formed.


I adore these easy-to-make popcorn balls that are super speedy to prepare ahead of time and a healthy workday snack. These popcorn balls are certain to be a blow to your family and colleagues all around! Combining honey, peanut butter, dark chocolate, pretzels, and freeze-dried cherries – they have a sharp blend of sugary vs savoury. Try presenting them for your Halloween gathering this year. I am sure you will enjoy it.



  • Six heaping cups of popped corn
  • ¼ cup of honey
  • ¼ cup of almond butter
  • Two tablespoons of finely chopped dark chocolate-covered pretzels
  • Two tablespoons of finely chopped dried cherries



  • Put popcorn in a large bowl.
  • Combine honey and almond butter in a tiny saucepan. Cook it for some seconds. Stir it continuously.
  • Directly pour the mixture evenly over the popcorn; gently mix with a spatula to coat thoroughly.
  • Gently stir in dark chocolate-covered pretzels and chopped dried cherries.
  • Dip the hands in the ice water. Working quickly, press small handfuls of the popcorn mixture firmly into balls.
  • Place the balls on the cup and cover with a plastic wrap.


Have a good day!


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