This recipe of caramel corn is a recipe that my mom has always done in the fall ever since I was a young girl.
People remember how yummy this caramel corn is and ask me about having some every year. Earlier this summer, a person was talking to me about how they came over and had my caramel corn and how she wanted to have some again this year. I truly don’t remember any of the occasion they were talking about–but they remembered the caramel corn!
I find that the caramel corn is very addictive for me, and I have to give some away so that I don’t eat it all! So every year I give some to my girls’s teachers. I shared yesterday how I recycle Pringles containers to put the caramel corn in.
This recipe really isn’t hard to make, and you probably already have the ingredients on hand! It just takes a little bit of time to cook.
Here is how you make Caramel Corn:
Pop 8 quarts of popcorn (I pop it in my hot air popper) and spread it in shallow pans.
Boil the other ingredients for 5 minutes. This will make the caramel mixture.
Pour the caramel mixture over the popcorn and stir it to get the caramel mixture evenly distributed on the popcorn.
Bake at 250° for 1 hour.