Minions Popcorn Recipe

Minions Popcorn Recipe

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Minions are all the rage in our household lately. Starting with Despicable Me and working it’s way to the new Minions movie. What better way to enjoy the movie, than with a big bowl of Minions Popcorn!

This is a quick and simple recipe that includes a few items that we don’t commonly use, but on fun occasions I let things slide a bit 😉 .


2 bags of microwave butter popcorn (I used Pop Secret)..must be butter to achieve the yellow color.
Wilton white cookie icing (in a squeeze bottle)
Wilton candy eyes (large and small size)
Wilton blue sprinkles

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1.  Pop popcorn according to directions on the bag.
2.  Place popcorn in a bowl and let cool completely.
3.  Once cooled, drizzle cookie icing over the popcorn (if the popcorn is not cooled, the icing, will melt)
4.   Add blue sprinkles and candy eyes.
5.   ENJOY!

Minions Popcorn

 There you have it! Super quick, easy and fun!


  1. SO Cute! My niece is going to love this.

  2. Karen Glatt says

    This Minions Popcorn recipe is so adorable, and fun to make. I am going to make this for movie night with my niece and nephew!

  3. Sarah L says

    That’s a fun recipe. Looks so Minion-y

  4. I have to share this with some friends of mine — they are minions obsessed!

  5. Pamela Gurganus says

    Oh my goodness! This popcorn is adorable! My family would absolutely love it. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Elena says

    Looks so fun! I love this idea

  7. Debbie Welchert says

    I love this recipe. It is so simple to make and I know my grandchildren will really like it. This will be fun to make for family movie night.

  8. Rosie says

    oh boy I feel full of fun just looking at this, I can only imagine how worked up the kids would get – this is a must do!!!

  9. Dandi D says

    This is so creative and my nieces would love helping me make this!

  10. AmySD says

    What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing.

  11. Sandy Cain says

    Yikes! All those Minion eyeballs staring up at me! Gotta love it – going to send this to my granddaughters’ mom, they are VERY into Minions! Pinned! : )

  12. Anne says

    That is so cute I think I could get over the thought of eating all those eyeballs. LOL! Seriously, this is a great idea for snacking while watching the Minions. Thanks!

  13. Birdiebee says

    What a cute idea for celebrating the movie. My grandkids would love this.

  14. Elisabeth says

    This is so adorable, and would be great for a Minions-themed birthday party!

  15. CR Williams says

    These are so cute have to try this for my daughter.

  16. G K says

    The Minions really are everywhere. This is such a cute, fun, and easy recipe. I’d eat this during every movie if I could.

  17. rochelle haynes says

    This is nice like to have try this

  18. This looks so tasty and delicious. The kids are going to think that the eyeballs are cute!

  19. Maria C says

    such a fun idea, I will make this soon. Thanks for sharing

  20. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    This is a cute idea and the kids would have fun making it too.

  21. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says

    Why wait for Halloween???

    Honestly ~ these photos really kind of freaked (grossed?) me out at first ~ but it is a very fun and clever recipe which I’m sure will be very popular (year ’round.) I already pinned it on several boards. Thanks.

  22. Both me and my nephew love popcorn. He is going to love this popcorn a lot. This will put some meaning behind popcorn for him.

  23. Regina Wright says

    My girls love popcorn and the minions. We love popping popcorn and watching movies together. Thanks for sharing!

  24. Karen Propes says

    This is a great idea, all the neighborhood love Minions! They will love this when we have the next kids movie time. Thanks for sharing such a unique snack for snack time or any time.

  25. Sarah Matos says

    How fun and easy. My girls love minions and these are very minion-like!

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