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!
Sesame and ginger add an Asian flavor to this sugared popcorn snack.
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.
Serve this sweet and crunchy treat for a fun party snack.
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.
Halloween candies turn these old-fashioned popcorn balls into party favors.
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.