Recipe by Sherri
"Delicious, crunchy popcorn treat. Better than regular carmel corn."
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light corn syrup
3 (3.5 ounce) packages
microwave popcorn, popped
This was great. A tasty change from traditional popcorn or caramel corn. The only change I made was to pour the popped popcorn in a brown paper bag, then pour the hot peanut butter mixture on top, close the bag and shake it to coat the popcorn. It gets the popcorn coated evenly and is less messy.
I wasn't as impressed with this recipe as others seemed to be. I think the honey flavor competed with the flavor of the peanut butter rather than complemented it.
This is good, and though most would not bother to do this... it actually freezes well, when wrapped in plastic wrap. We don't eat lots of sugar, so I use about two cups of this sweetened popcorn to a three cups plain (lightly salted) popcorn. (personal preference; this is good as is, just too sweet for me.)
This turned out great - we'll be eating it often around here. Perfect treat for the kids & it was easy to put together. We did not use microwave popcorn, so I compensated by adding 1/2 t of salt.
Wonderful snack!! A nice change from caramel corn and much quicker. We loved it!!!
This was delicious! Did as a previous poster suggested and put the popcorn in a brown paper bag to shake the coating. Tried to leave it spread out on wax paper to dry completely, but my boys wouldn't stop eating it!
fast, easy, tasty, fabulous! followed the recipe to the letter. 12 thumbs up at our house!
I have made several versions of carmel corn and must say this was very messy and just not good. Sorry.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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