Host an out-of-this-world movie party with Galaxy Popcorn and Ice Age: Collision Course Movie Night! This post is sponsored by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. All galactic opinions are my own. May contain commissioned links
Galaxy Popcorn | Ice Age: Collision Course Movie Night
Have an affinity for night sky? We do too!
We’re hosting an epic out-of-this-world family movie night and you’re invited! Grab this easy Galaxy Popcorn Recipe and host your own Ice Age: Collision Course Movie Night with your family and friends.
Ice Age Family Movie Night Ideas
Popcorn made, we were ready for an epic Ice Age Family Movie Night, featuring Ice Age: Collision Course. How exciting to receive a full galaxy themed box of fun for our family movie night this past weekend.
We launched a vinegar & baking soda rocket!
We projected the starry night onto our ceiling!
We checked out the Super Moon with our new telescope!
And most importantly, we grabbed our popcorn to sit down and watch the new Ice Age: Collision Course movie!
A little sweet. A little salty. A LOT of starry fun! This easy Galaxy Popcorn Recipe is the perfect snack for your starry night themed movie night. You’re one step closer to a kid-friendly out-of-this-world kind of snack! Don’t forget the edible star glitter!
Here’s how to make it:
- 1 Bag of Microwave Popcorn
- 1 Bag of Black Candy Melts
- 1 Bag of Royal Blue Candy Melts
- 1 Bag of Lavender Candy Melts
- 1 Vial of Silver Edible Stars - found at your local craft store
- Make popcorn according to package instructions.
- Melt whole bag of black candy melts in microwave according to package instructions.
- In large bowl, gently combine popcorn and black melted candy until coated.
- Spread popcorn in a single layer on wax paper lined cookie sheet.
- Melt 1/4 cup of blue candy melts. Drizzle on top of popcorn.
- Melt 1/4 cup of lavender candy melts. Drizzle on top of popcorn.
- Sprinkle edible stars on top of your popcorn.
- Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes, or until candy has hardened. Serve immediately or store in airtight container.
How fun is this upgraded popcorn snack for your family movie night or galaxy themed party? Your guests will love the sweet and salty combo!
The 5th in the series, our favorite Ice Age characters Sid, Manny, Diego and Scrat are all back in yet another epic Ice Age adventure! Featuring Scrat in Space (yes, still chasing that acorn!) and a plan to save the planet from a galactic asteroid crash, your family will laugh and enjoy the newest Ice Age movie again and again!
Our family certainly enjoyed our Ice Age themed movie night, complete with Galaxy Popcorn, fun out-of-this-world themed activities and lots of family giggles!
Be sure to look for Ice Age: Collision Course now available on Blu-Ray/DVD and Digital HD.
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I would share with my daughter and i would make the popcorn
I would share this with my daughter! I think I might make this popcorn!
Vikki Billings says
I would share it with my grandchildren and we would just make regular popcorn, too much sugar in the other 🙂
Making Galaxy Popcorn for our 2017 Solar Eclipse Party at work!
I made this for my daughter’s Outer Space themed baby shower! It is amazing. We tripled the batch because I had tons of premade popcorn that I got as a gift. The saltiness of the popcorn with the sweet of the candy melt is so good. I used gold stars because of our color theme but I should have stuck with the silver. We like it so much we are going to make it for our Christmas party with white candy melt all over and green and red swirls with holiday shaped cookie candy.
Oh yay! Glad you all loved it! It’s one of our favorite themed snacks
How hard does this get? Does it pull apart like a marshmallow popcorn ball or is it more like a popcorn bark once the candy melt sets? How long would you say the candy melt takes to set? I’m looking to make this as a decoration on a cake in an asteroid shape but would want it to curve around the cake letting it set on the empty cake tin.
Depends on the drizzle. I would say it’s slightly flexible, but it all depends on the ratio of candy melt drizzle you use.