Top-ranked recipe named "Best Ever Caramel Corn"
This simple and fantastic tasting Caramel Corn, with only 4 ingredients, always leaves them begging for more! I have even had people offer to pay me to make it for them!
"I've made this recipe twice -- and love it. I substituted the corn syrup with brown rice syrup (no adjustments) and it is delicious. I increased the popcorn by two cups the second time (I just wanted to try to get lighter coverage). It is so crispy and light. It is simple and delicious."- amyjaja
Spread popcorn in a large baking pan. Preheat oven to 300F. For caramel mixture, in a medium saucepan combine the brown sugar, butter, corn syrup and add 1/4 tsp salt if you wish (I never do because the butter I use is salted). Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture boils. Continue to cook 5 minutes. Remove from heat and pour over popcorn. Toss quickly to coat. bake for 15 minutes and then stir. Return to oven and bake an additional 5 to 10 minutes until well coated. Turn popcorn out onto foil to cool. Break into pieces and serve. Stores well in zip-lock bags.
Nuts can be added if you like or once cooled carmael corn can be covered in chocolate for a real taste treat. I use microwave popcorn which is another why I do not add salt and for 2 bags I make a recipe and a half of the caramel.
navyladee 1 year agoSuper good!! My mom and kids love this popcorn!! Will definitely make this again :-)
Autumnhatakeyama 1 year agoLoved it especially my husband ! Great for a holiday snack & gift ! Super easy ,
nancymaster 1 year agoHoly cow this stuff is good. I'm going to sit here, quietly eating it and hope that no one in my family asks for a taste because I really don't want to share!
Fasna1 2 years ago
Kimmacc 2 years agoWonderful but make sure you don't burn the caramel!
colleenrichards 2 years ago
justinblake 2 years agowas very good!!
Momiitz 3 years agoIf you love caramel popcorn this is the recipe for you. Much better than store bought because you know exactly what is in it. I will defiantly be making this at least twice a month. My husband and kids loved it. I might even make it this year for holiday presents.
Cosmo113 3 years agoI am resubmitting because I thought I hit 5 stars and only 4 showed up. This was a little messy to make, but definitely worth it!!
Robsdad 4 years agoGreat recipe, I wouldn't change a thing. This yields about 3/4 a gallon of caramel corn.