Following the fun theme of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, here we have some awesome kettle corn in One Fish, Two Fish design. It’s easy to make and it’s a lot of fun. If you’re looking for a treat for students in your class (teachers) or for your own kids to celebrate the holiday at home (parents and caregivers), this is a must.
You could even expand on this theme and use the recipe along with a dress-up day. Don outfits from your favorite Seuss books or do a silly mix-and-match and wear something from each of his books you love. That’s just the kind of thing Seuss himself would love! It’s wild, it’s crazy, and it’s colorful!
You can gather all your favorite books and read them with the children while you enjoy your snacks and consider renting one of the movies to watch with your popcorn. It will be a fun Seuss-sy day of it!
The recipe is easy to make and we have the step-by-step instructions below so all you need to do is gather your ingredients and get started. Celebrate the life and the books of Dr. Seuss and cook up some colorful fishy treats. You can combine it with the Green Eggs cookie recipe for multi-book fun.
1 Bag of Kettle Corn
1 White chocolate Ghirardelli chocolate wafers
1 Red Chocolate Melts
1 Blue Chocolate Melts
1 cup Blue M&Ms
1 Bag of Red fish candy
Take a baking pan and cover it with parchment paper.
Pour your kettle corn on top of the parchment paper.
Begin to melt your chocolate. Use this super easy trick.
Use a Wilton plastic pastry bag. Place your chocolate wafers in the bag twist the top closed.
One color per bag.
Using a double broiler begin to boil your water place your top sauce pot on top and put your pastry bag inside.
Once the chocolate is melted drizzle one color at a time.
Let it sit until its hardened.
Now run your popcorn over and repeat the process.
Once it is dry add your M&Ms and Red Fish candy.