Speculoos Cookie Butter Popcorn - Major Hoff Takes A Wife

Speculoos Cookie Butter Popcorn

Recipe for 5 minute Speculoos Cookie Butter Popcorn!

Amazing 5 minute Cookie Butter Popcorn Recipe! Your friends will think it's a gourmet recipe. Features Speculoos Cookie Butter from Trader Joe's. #recipe #popcorn #snack #cookiebutter

It's Monday folks. So obviously Monday. If you received this post via email this morning, it was without text and photos. I knew I had to finish it up, and it was in draft mode. I went out of town for a blogging conference (Mixed conference - it was ahhhh-mazing!) and planned on finishing up this post this morning. But I forgot that I had it set to publish early this morning. Again, total Monday. I apologize!

    I promise the recipe is worth the wait! Each year, my pal Laura of Laura Kelly Designs holds a blog hop challenge with a popcorn box. This is my 3rd time participating and I love to see how creative bloggers get. I decided this year to do a recipe, and decided to share my secrets to making Speculoos Cookie Butter Popcorn in -- wait for it -- 5 minutes. I'm all about saving time! And having less mess! My boys really loved this recipe.  I've seen other versions out there, but they all utilize bark, or white chocolate, or other items. Mine is pure and simple. and divine. Did I mention it was yummy? And easy? Your going to want to add this to your favorite popcorn recipes! I love doing recipe experiments with popcorn. It's inexpensive, it's easy to make, you can go savory or sweet. This recipe features a hint of cinnamon and appears like an expensive gourmet recipe. All that, in under 5 minutes. 

Speculoos Cookie Butter in a popcorn recipe.

Trader Joes Cookie Butter Gourmet 5 minute popcorn recipe

How to make Cookie Butter Popcorn

5 Minute Cookie Butter Popcorn

Recipe by Mrs Major Hoff

5 Minute Cookie Butter Popcorn Recipe
Total time: 5 minutes!
Yield: 8 cups
  • 1/4 cup Butter, cubed
  • 1 cup Cookie Butter (I used Trader Joe's)
  • 8 cups Popped Popcorn
Cooking Directions
  1. Pop your popcorn. I used 2 bags of microwavable already salted popcorn.
  2. Place the cookie butter, and cubed butter into a microwave safe bowl.
  3. Cook the cookie butter & butter for 30 seconds, stir, and cook for 30 more seconds.
  4. All the butter should be melted, stir to combine. Pour over the popcorn in a large bowl, in small increments. Make sure to coat well! ENJOY!
Don't forget to see what else people have created with these popcorn boxes (available at Cost-plus World Market!)
Popcorn Box Blog Party 2015 - features recipes, crafts and other ideas from almost 50 bloggers!  Put on by Laura Kelly Designs, it's one of the highlights of Halloween for craft bloggers! Inspiration overload!

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Wanna see more popcorn recipes and my past Popcorn Box Challenge entries? See them below!
Create a pumpkin creature

Movie Munch Popcorn Snack

2013 Popcorn Box challenge

Thanks again to Laura for organizing such a fun blog party! 


  1. I'm so glad you shared this. So easy and looks so good! Definitely a must try. Popcorn is my favorite!

  2. Holy shizzle! I would have never thought of this...cookie butter...Genius! Thanks for sharing this :) Midge

  3. You had me at Cooke Butter! YUM!! Holly :)

  4. Yummm, this looks awesome! I love popcorn, but I've never had it with cookie butter. Definitely going to give it a try. Thanks for sharing with us at the Merry Monday Link Party! Hope to see you on Sunday night!

  5. Wow this looks so amazing and thanks for the recipe.
    Thanks for joining and sharing this at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
    I pinned this and hope to make it sometime.
    We hope to see you again and have a nice weekend.
    Julie xo

  6. I feel shamed that I've never had Cookie Butter. :) This looks amazing!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  7. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop

  8. That looks yummy!! I've never heard of cookie butter before - sounds great! Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty


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