It was very easy to make and I did not have to change anything. I added a handfull of roasted peanuts to the popcorn before baking and it was wonderfully delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
This caramel popcorn is delicious and very buttery. I plan to try this with nuts next. The caramel coats the popcorn well and the recipe is quite easy. I've used it with dark brown or light brown sugar as well as dark and light corn syrup. I prefer the light corn syrup. The dark corn syrup works just as well but will give you a darker end result. This has made a great gift for the holidays and a wonderful treat.
Great treat! Didn't see your recipe and I posted one very similar #62229
I did a test run of this recipe so I could include it in my Christmas Gift Baskets/planning schedule. My husband won't stay out of it. Really, really good caramel popcorn that is also really, really easy to make-thanks so much for posting! Di ;-)
It's in the oven as I speak... I used Golden Syrup instead of corn syrup and halved the recipe. BTW next antipodean that makes this - 250F is 120C. Lucky I checked that or I would have ended up with a sticky burnt mess!
This is my favorite caramel popcorn recipe. I like to use more popcorn - as I like it lightly coated with the caramel. Mary
If you want something outstanding, add cashews or pecans... To die for!
*Reviewed for ZWT June 07* Mmmmmm this was really good! Simple recipe with fantastic results. We made a half batch and it made a large amount of wonderful caramel popcorn. Perhaps the difference in the sugars in Australia or the quantity made, but the caramel was fully cooked at 4 minutes and needed to spread it quickly through the popped corn before it set. We didn't need to use the oven as it was perfect. Thanks for a great recipe.Photo to come