this is very good . and so easy to make. thank's
Wonderful,wonderful,wonderful!!!This was super easy to make and was even better to eat!!M ade this for my daughters class as a halloween treat and I couldnt keep my hands out of it!!I will definatley be making this again,I already have requests!Thanks for sharing Fox family:)
I scaled this back to 12 cups though next time I wouldn't reduce the amount for the caramel sauce as it was hard to cover all the popcorn thoroughly. I assumed the temperature was 250F, so I baked the caramel corn at 120C fan forced. Sent with the DS to his music recreation group and they thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you BothFex, made for ZAAR Cookbook Tag game.
I made this yesterday and it turned out very good! Tastes like cracker jack :) The directions were vague so I combined the sugar, butter, corn syrup and brought to boiling then boiled for 3 minutes. Add the vanilla and baking soda (watch out for foaming) and then coated my popcorn. Seven qts of popcorn is about 28 cups according to my kitchen calculator. I'll be making this again closer to Halloween ~ it didn't even last the whole day ~ everyone loved it!
This is my recipe too! I wanted to eliminate the corn syrup so I used 1/3 cup of blue agave nectar. It did what the corn syrup does but without the high fructose sweetening.
Everyone liked this caramel corn. Coincidentally, someone else made homemade caramel corn, and brought to the same event. Most of theirs went home with them, I had very little left to take home with me. The only reason I gave this recipe 4 stars instead of 5 is because the instructions were a little vague. I brought the mixture to a boil, and cooked stirring constantly for 5 minutes. The mixture was so thick that it I could not pour it into the popcorn. I scraped it out of the pan and tried, unsuccessfuly to mix it into the popcorn. Each time I took it out of the oven to stir it, it was so thick and impossible to stir, so I had to dump it into a bowl to mix it up, and then put it back into the pot to put it back in the oven. However, inspite of the difficulties I experienced, by the time the hour was up, the carmel was mixed throughout the pop corn. I also added a 1 pound can of peanuts to the mixture. Everyone said it tasted like Cracker Jacks. I thought it was better.
This is Yummy!!!! I made 4 batches for a party, and it was a big hit.
My eldest son hates cake, cookies and sweets in that category. However, he wanted to take a birthday snack into his Kindergarten class today so I made this. I got calls from Kindergarten parents (and the teacher) asking for the recipe! Comments on the nice balance between salt and sweet were what I heard the most about! This went over well with my picky son and his whole Kindergarten class! Definite keeper!
AWESOME!!! VERY EASY AND VERY TASTY. Made this yesterday for a large crowd of kids. Adults loved it too. Thanks alot!
Hubby loved this!!! I couldn't even get a taste, hahaha!!! Thanks for a tasty and easy recipe. I will make this again and again.