|by Frances Towner Giedt|
Popcorn may be America's favorite snack food. Preserved cobs of popcorn thousands of years old have been found in Peru, Mexico, and the American S...
21 - 30 of 49 for popcorn balls made caramel
Measure popped corn ... forms a hard ball). Reduce heat ... into 3 inch balls and place on ... then spread mixture on baking sheet. Cool, break into pieces.
In sauce pan, ... comes to soft ball stage (234 to ... coat. Butter hands lightly; shape popcorn into balls about 3 1/2 inches in diameter. Makes about 15.
Melt caramels with water in saucepan over low heat. Stir occasionally until sauce is smooth. Pour over popcorn. Shape into balls.
Measure popcorn into large bowl. ... hardens to a ball.) Reduce heat ... Butter hands and shape mixture into balls and place on sheet of wax paper and cool.
In saucepan, combine ... mixture comes to softball stage. Stir in vanilla. Pour over popped corn and stir to coat. Butter hands and shape mix into balls.
Measure popped corn ... forms a hard ball). Reduce heat ... coated. Cool slightly. Butter hands and shape mixture into 3" balls and place on waxed paper.
NOTE: Substitute 6 cups popped popcorn and 1 cup ... if desired. Combine caramels, water, and ... scrapers to toss gently until popcorn is coated with caramel.
Combine sugars, syrup, ... salt in pan. Cook to hard ball stage. Stir in butter. Pour over popped corn and shake into balls. Keep hands wet with cold water.
Combine caramels, water, and ... Stir halfway through heating. Pour over popcorn, tossing lightly to coat evenly. Grease hands and form mixture into balls.
Bring butter, sugar ... to a soft ball stage. (Doesn't take ... Pour this over popcorn and shape into balls. Grease your ... shape easier if they cool a bit.
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