This recipe made it into our Book #242923! 08/06/09 - Yummy! I used two large bags of Orville Reddenbacher ultimate butter popcorn which yeilded about 10 cups of popped corn. I didn't double the recipe for the caramel as I wanted to achieve a mixture of buttered and carameled popcorn as caramel is very very sweet. This was the perfect balance for us and worked wonderfully. The directions are spot on and the finished product came off splendidly. It is important to let this cool down for an hour or to to allow the caramel time to set up and give a nice crunch to the popcorn (although it smells so good, this is somewhat difficult to achieve, lol). Thanks for a great keeper recipe. :)
Wonderful stuff here. I have a similar recipe - Corn Puffs Caramel Corn just using a different type of corn kernel. I did use one large bag of microwave popcorn which gave me 12 cups, but kept to your listed ingredient amounts. It didn't cover the entire kernel..but good enough. Thanks for this great alternative to carmel corn the oldfashioned way.:-) Made for SweetTraditions.~
Great recipe! Couldn't believe how simple and tasty this was! I agree with the reviewer who said they made this three times in three days. With Halloween coming up, I believe I will be following in their footsteps!
This is amazing and SO EASY!! I used two bags of Orville Redenbacher's Light Butter popped in the microwave and then finished as stated. My kids (and husband) LOVE it! This will be a Fall treat at our house every year! Thanks for the recipe!!
So yummy...we've made three batches in three days (shared a little...hubby ate most). We used sugar instead of Splenda and added almonds before baking...then sprinkled with chocolate chips after we removed it from the oven. Not a diet food, but so very good!
Great recipe! So easy to make and the family just loved it. Hubby thought it was a cross between kettle corn and carmel corn. Excellent!!