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Pink Saturday:White Caramel Popcorn Revisited PINK!!

Today for Pink Saturday it is Pink Caramel Popcorn.  
You can find the original recipe for White Caramel Popcorn here.
Yumm! It is so addicting I could eat the whole bowl.

I also had to share a beautifully pink tree.
The trees are in full bloom here.  It is gorgeous.

Happy Pink Saturday!!
Last week I discovered a really cool and delicious looking blog called "One Perfect Bite" Go check out her incredible recipes!
 Check out everything Pink over at


  1. Oh that caramel popcorn looks so tempting even at this time of morning and the tree is gorgeous! I love One Perfect Bite too-her recipes are awesome!! Happy pink week!

  2. Ooh the pink popcorn looks yum! I'm with you - I could eat the whole bowl too.

    Happy pink saturday!

    Elena :)

  3. I adore popcorn and I think the pink is such a cute idea! And I can't wait for spring so see the trees start budding!

    In Shoes We Trust,
    Maggie Mae
    "Do these shoes match this purse?"

  4. I love the pinks you selected to share with us today. That pink popcorn has my name on it. I hope you have a wonderful Pink Saturday. Blessings...Mary

  5. What a hoot! Pink popcorn now doesn't that beat all. Nice!
    Joyce M

  6. Hi Tiffanee!

    I love pink popcorn! So fun! Happy Pink Saturday!

    love, kelee

  7. Is that gorgeous tree a crab apple? It's so beautiful. I'd like to be sitting under it eating that pink popcorn! :) Nancy

  8. Pink~Caramel~Popcorn? It has got to be yummy! Love the trees. I am sooooo ready for spring! Happy Pink Saturday!

    Back Porch Blessings,

  9. Hi there! Friday Following you back! I can't wait to try some of your yummy the popcorn!

  10. Pink popcorn sounds wonderful..and I agree about Mary's blog..One Perfect Bite. Not only is her blog sweet and wonderful, so is she. I am such a fan of hers. Happy Pinks to you..and have a most wonderful weekend.
    Now,may I have a small bag of that wonderful popcorn to take with me?? I still have much Pink visiting yet to do.

  11. I would enjoy a bowl of that popcorn sitting under the beautiful tree. Lovely post.

  12. I love Mary's blog too!! Yours looks Pinkalicous today!
    Happy Pink Saturday!
    Hugs, Lisa

  13. Hi, found your great blog through Friday Follow. Now following!

  14. Hi Tiffanee,
    That popcorn looks good and the tree is indeed beautiful. Happy Pink Saturday.


  15. Never heard of pink popcorn, do you have pink butter and salt for it? Love that tree! I just can't wait for spring.

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

  16. That tree is beautiful! Visiting your site for the first time. I'll be back!

  17. That pink tree is gorgeous!!

    A little late but I'm stopping by from Friday Follow. :)
    I'm your newest follower!

  18. I LOVE those trees in downtown Tacoma they are everywhere. I just love them I wish I had one in my yard ;(.

    LOVING this yummy treat yet :)


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