|by Patrick Evans-Hylton|
Popcorn is the great American munchie, but too many of us know it simply as a predictable staple of the multiplex or the microwave.
11 - 19 of 19 for candy coated popcorn
In large bowl, ... frequently. Pour over popcorn mixture; toss gently to coat. With buttered ... bars. Store covered at room temperature. Makes 36 bars.
Butter an angel ... large bowl mix popcorn, candies and ... popcorn mixture. Press popcorn into cake pan and press firmly, then cool and turn onto a platter.
Remove unpopped kernels from popcorn. In a ... Pour 1/3 of candy mixture over 1/3 ... and stir to coat popcorn. Dampen hands with cold water, and form coated popcorn into balls ... less coating is desired.
Using a large ... heavy thread with popcorn. Tie ends ... 300 degrees on candy thermometer (a teaspoon ... until all are coated. When all ... over wreath, to coat well. Break off ... ornamental wire to hand.
Melt butter in ... gently until evenly coated. Turn mixture ... minutes. Loosen from pan. Cool completely and store in airtight container. Makes 3 quarts.
Lightly coat 6 quart Dutch ... each piece of candy corn in half ... from heat. Add popcorn, stirring to ... negligible fat, 0 mg. cholesterol, 15 mg. sodium.
About 1 1/2 ... the day: Lightly coat 6 quart Dutch ... each piece of candy corn in half ... evenly into pan. Let cool about 1 hour; cut into 24 squares.
1. Lightly coat 6 quart Dutch ... each piece of candy in half lengthwise. ... into pan. Let cool about 1 hour. Cut into 24 squares. (1 square 55 calories.)
Combine first 3 ... 1 minute. Combine popcorn and remaining ingredients ... hours. Invert popcorn cake from pan onto cake plate. Yield: one 10 inch cake.
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