|Cooking for Mom & Pops|
|by Michael Perrone|
Written from the common person's perspective, "Cooking for Mom & Pops", is easy to read and understand, not be loaded down with technical jargon.
1 - 10 of 387 for pop balls
Let this come ... to a soft ball stage. Then cook ... and shape into balls. When using ... to make pretty balls; especially red and green for Christmas.
Cook white Karo ... heat to hard ball stage. Add butter ... Cover hands with small plastic bags or gloves and form into balls. Great Halloween tradition!
1/3 c. white ... popped corn Boil all together until a drop snaps when dropped in cold water. Remove from heat at once. Pour over corn and form into balls.
Pop corn. Place in ... crack stage (275-280 degrees). Remove from fire. Add butter, baking soda and vanilla. Pour over popcorn. Wet hands. Form into balls.
Measure popped corn ... over corn, stirring with greased spoon to coat corn. Immediately form into balls. Butter hands. Use food coloring for variations.
Mix all ingredients, ... stage. Just before pouring over corn, add 3/4 teaspoon vanilla. Covers 3 quarts of corn. Make into balls or spread on cookie sheet.
Stir and cook ... forms a brittle ball in cold water. ... before shaping into balls. Makes 12 ... cherries or raisins may be added before combining with syrup.
Keep pop corn warm in ... vanilla and stir. Pour syrup over popped corn, mixing with a fork.. When cool enough to handle but still quite warm, form into balls.
Cook the ingredients to hard ball stage. Pour over pop corn and mix. Form into balls or break up for caramel corn.
Boil sugar, water, ... for 10 minutes. Stir in butter. Boil until candy droplet forms a hard ball when dropped in water. Add popcorn and form into balls.
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