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Most parents have a strong desire to raise their children to be good people. We want them to be kind, to share, to say please & thank you without reminder. We want them to have good manners. How do we teach our kids how to have good manners? The best way I have found is through example. Sometimes teaching our kids a life lesson can be as easy as bringing them into the kitchen. We made this Marshmallow Popcorn with the intent to share it.
I brought my kids into the kitchen to help make this easy recipe. The recipe makes enough to be able to enjoy it ourselves and still have plenty to share. While we were making the popcorn, I explained to my kids the importance of sharing. How sharing something can make the recipient feel special. How simple acts of kindness can make a person’s day without a huge amount of effort. It’s a simple activity that speaks volumes if explained right.
Good-Enough-To-Share Marshmallow Popcorn
Ingredients For Marshmallow Popcorn:
1 stick butter
½ cup brown sugar
3 cups marshmallows
2 bags of microwave popcorn
How To Make Marshmallow Popcorn:
1. Line a baking sheet with wax or parchment paper and set aside. Pop your popcorn according to directions and remove any unpopped kernels. Evenly spread your popcorn on the lined baking sheet.
2. In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt butter and sugar. Stir continuously while letting it simmer. Once melted, add marshmallows and mix until well-combined.
3. Pour marshmallow mixture (careful, it’s hot!) on popcorn. Top with colorful sprinkles and let cool.
4. Once cooled, get your kids to package them in individual bags to share with their friends. Sharing is a huge part of staying well-mannered and this popcorn recipe is so good, you’ll just want to share it with everybody!
After we made our delicious Marshmallow Popcorn we enjoyed some together. Then we packaged some up in these cute cups and delivered them to a few friends and neighbors. It was a simple act, with little effort on our part, but what a sweet surprise for our friends and neighbors.
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