So you enjoy that delightful mix of salty and sweet? Popcorn is a favorite snack itself. But popcorn is that much better when included as part of your next divine candy recipe.See Popular Popcorn Candy Recipes
A smart update for popcorn balls: chipotle-spiked caramel.
Stir in some peanuts to make this oven caramel corn snack even more delicious!
More suited to a cocktail party than a baseball game, this riff on Cracker Jack by Atlanta pastry chef Taria Camerino is sweetened with agave nectar and spiked with tequila. Slow-baking turns the popcorn-nut mix fabulously crunchy.
Sesame and ginger add an Asian flavor to this sugared popcorn snack.
Serve this sweet and crunchy treat for a fun party snack.
Halloween candies turn these old-fashioned popcorn balls into party favors.
When you crave caramel popcorn, reach for this buttery-tasting treat with half the fat of old-fashioned caramel popcorn. What's the secret ingredient? Butterscotch pudding mix.
No special tricks are needed to make a chewy and gooey caramel-coated snack that kids love.
Save popping time by using bags of popcorn to make these party treats.
At Craft restaurant in Manhattan, where I work as the pastry chef, I like to send out a small bowl of caramel popcorn as a parting gift to guests. I prefer yellow popcorn; it seems to yield the biggest popped kernels.
This super-easy family favorite recipe combines popped corn, pretzels, and cashews and makes a great food gift!
These spicy and sweet treats pack only 99 calories per serving, making them a perfect snack or dessert for the whole family.
Here's the best caramel corn we've ever tasted! Make extra to keep as snacks to share with family and drop-in guests.
This caramel popcorn recipe includes lower-fat margarine and light popcorn to make a sweet snack that kids and adults love.