Fresh popcorn is drizzled with a coconut-caramel sauce for a sweet and crunchy snack.
This came from a friend and is now the most requested family night treat from my children. Like caramel corn only much faster and fun to eat!
Coconut, almonds, and chocolate enhance classic caramel corn in this recipe. This popcorn has a rich, melt-in-your mouth, crunchy addictiveness that causes people to use such words as ‘crack’ and ‘sinful’.
A traditional molasses popcorn ball recipe with a little extra kick. Drizzle final product in melted chocolate or roll in crushed walnuts for extra fun. Typically, these would ultimately be wrapped in waxed paper and tied with festive ribbons for presentation purposes. Try walnuts or pecans in place of the peanuts for other variations.
If you love bacon, this is the caramel popcorn recipe you have been looking for! Be warned, once you start snacking, it’s difficult to stop. Butter can be halved for a leaner dessert.
This recipe’s ‘hands-on’ preparation is a thrill for kids and results in a sweet and chewy combination of chopped Butterfinger, crunchy popcorn and miniature marshmallows.
Anyone that has been to the movie theatre with me has tasted popcorn and red licorice together and has appreciated the flavours as much as I have! I am definitely a candy novice, but this recipe is so easy and the results are fantastic! My guy and I have worked together to perfect this recipe and have given it for gifts to all our friends and family this year! Enjoy!
An easy snack, perfect for Halloween parties. Clear plastic gloves are stuffed with candy corn and popcorn to make a salty-sweet surprise!
These popcorn balls can be any color or combination of flavors and colors–and they’re fun to make.
This peanutty, caramelly popcorn recipe tastes close to the original. It’s very easy to prepare at home and makes great gifts! For a thicker coating of caramel, reduce the popped popcorn to 10 cups.
I wanted to make a sweet popcorn that was delicious but not loaded with sugar, so I came up with this recipe. It’s one of my kids’ favorites! Olive oil works if you don’t have coconut oil. If you accidentally add to much salt, add a little more honey. If it’s too sweet, add a little more salt. Start with a little cinnamon and gradually add more until it is the flavor you desire.
My mom made these every Halloween when I was a kid and you could still give this out as a treat. It still is a treat as a moist and chewy fall snack. You can make into balls or leave loose and serve like carmel corn if you prefer.
Here is a recipe my family has used for years. We make the colored kind in red and green for Christmas!
A quick and easy holiday snack, made with vanilla almond bark and crushed candy canes. The kids love to help make this one!
This will be an instant family hit; a bowl of the pop corn is so good it won’t last a whole movie.
Marshmallows make this caramel popcorn stay soft and grand! Leftover caramel can be refrigerated and used later if warmed in the microwave.
Caramel corn gets you started in creating Halloween treat bags with candies, nuts, raisins–choose your favorites!
A favorite treat, very popular with my family, hope it’s just as popular with yours.
This is a sweet and crunchy treat. I first tasted something like this at a festival. I find that the crunchiness and the sweetness are very addicting.
Quick easy snack that the kid’s can help make – especially if you have an air popper. Beware, this can become addictive!