Here's what you'll need. Pretty simple, right? This year, I popped six bags of popcorn. You should have one bag of white chocolate chips for every one bag of popcorn you pop (although you'll probably have leftover chocolate -- but it's better to have too much than too little).
-1 bag white chocolate chips
-1 bag buttered popcorn
-1 large brown paper bag
After a few minutes, you'll have a nice, thick sauce. I like to stir all of the lumps out, but you could leave some chunks in there if you want (and if you like the taste of white chocolate by itself).
Pop you bag of popcorn. Let it cool for a few minutes. Place the cooled popcorn into your large brown bag. Then, scoop about a cup's worth of the white chocolate sauce and drizzle it into the brown bag over the popcorn. Close the bag and shake! This will distribute it evenly. Don't worry about how you drizzle the sauce -- it does a good job of getting all over the popcorn. Scoop, drizzle and shake one more time.
Then, pour glazed popcorn into a bowl to cool. Taste your work! I like to make one bag of popcorn first to test how much chocolate I want on it. Some years I've added more chocolate than other years -- it's really up to you on how much you want on. But typically, two scoops of chocolate is plenty.