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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Caramel Corn Pops

Who doesn't love a big hand full of gooey, sticky, scrumptious and addictive CARAMEL POPCORN?! I could snack on it every day and not get tired of it....although, I don't...but if I lived in a perfect world...I WOULD! I love this recipe. Its rich, its tasty and it's my kind of yumminess. Make yourself a bowlful and dig IN!

Caramel Corn Pops
1 c. karo syrup
2 c. brown sugar
1 cube butter (not margarine)
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 large bag of Corn Pops (get them at your local grocery store in the "chip isle").

Cook syrup and brown sugar until warm. Add butter and mix well. Add milk and cook until it reaches the "soft ball" stage on your candy thermometer. Remove from heat.

Pour corn pops in a large, oversized bowl. Pour hot caramel sauce over corn pops and stir until completely covered. Cool. Cover bowl with a lid or plastic wrap. (You can also store in ziplock bags...just wait for it to cool down first.) This will last for several weeks IF you keep it covered. EAT up and enjoy every last bite!

Happy Cooking~
Julie

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