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"Puffed corn can be found in the potato chip aisle of your grocery store. This is a great caramel corn without hulls or unpopped kernels. Warning: you need to make a double batch of this because it doesn't last long, at least not in my house.


Carefully pour syrup over puff corn and toss to mix. Bake for 45 minutes, stirring every 15 minutes. Pour onto waxed paper or foil that has been sprayed with cooking spray. Let Caramel Puff Corn cool at least 30 minutes. Break into bite size pieces and store in closed container. Note: Puff corn is found in the snack/chip aisle of the grocery store.


Because you don't need to pop the corn or use a candy thermometer, this is faster and easier than more traditional caramel corn recipes. To avoid messy cleanup, consider using a disposable aluminum roasting pan. —Caroline Monroe, Clinton, Wisconsin


Remove from heat; stir in vanilla and baking soda. Carefully pour hot syrup mixture over puff corn in pan; stir until well coated. STEP 5. Bake, stirring every 15 minutes, 1 hour or until caramel corn is crisp. Immediately place caramel corn onto waxed paper. Cool completely. Break into bite-sized pieces. Store in tightly covered container.


Puff Corn can be found in the potato chip aisle of your grocery store. (The brand we have is Old Dutch, but I'm sure there are others.) Making caramel corn this way gives you great big kernels with no hulls or old maids. Quite addictive. Great at a party. Makes nice gifts too.


This Caramel Puff Corn is a crazy addictive snack, perfect for holiday gift-giving or game day snacking! It’s EASIER than caramel corn with all that sweet salty flavor. So I first tried Caramel Puff Corn last Christmas at a family gathering. I mean, you see it on the buffet table, and you’re all ...


Buttery caramel combines with the salty goodness of puff corn in this recipe which is sure to be loved by all who try it. You know what puff corn is, right? That childhood memory of the yellow puffed corn that made an awesome salty snack. Who knew that it could be morphed into the most delicious crack, I mean snack of all time.


Make sure to follow Real Life Dinner on Instagram and Pinterest so you won’t miss any fantastic recipes!. Caramel Corn Puffs. These delicious, caramel covered, buttery, corn puffs are my favorite treat in the whole world! I could eat them ALL day long!


Quick and Easy Recipe for Caramel Puff Corn, just like caramel corn without the kernels. Great snack for movie night. Perfect hostess gift. This caramel snack goes by many names; caramel corn puff, caramel puffcorn, caramel puff corn, I have even seen it called caramel corn pops, but those are actually an entirely different thing.


Boil brown sugar, karo syrup, and butter in microwave for 2 min. Add baking soda. Pour over puff corn in brown paper bag. Shake. Microwave 3/4 min. Shake. Microwave 3/4 min more. Shake. Spread on waxed paper to cool. Caramel Puff Corn 1 cup Brown sugar 1/4 cup Karo Syrup 1 stick Butter 1 bag Puff ...