Copycat: Microwave Caramel Corn (Caramazingmel Corn)

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Ever have the craving for something sweet, crunchy, and delicious! (If you are a normal human being the answer to that question is YES! YES! YES!) This recipe can be made in literally minutes, and only takes three ingredients! I can eat bowl after bowl of this stuff... So go ahead and make some Caramazingmel Corn to satisfy those cravings anytime!

1. Butter or Margerine
2. Wax paper
3. Popping kernels
4. Brown sugar
5. Salt

Step 1: Butter n' Corn

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The first thing that you need to do is melt about a tablespoon of butter in the microwave. This only takes about 10 seconds. After the butter is melted or almost melted, add approximately 3 tablespoons of popcorn kernels for popping. The amount of kernels and butter will depend on the quantity that you want to make, but there is no such thing as too much butter ;)
Mix up the corn kernels and the butter until the kernels are evenly coated,
crafty44 (author) 1 year ago
Thanks! I thought about using a paper bag also, but then I thought that the caramel would stick to the bottom of the bag because you are basically cooking it on the bag. But I like the idea of the staple! I will try that!
Good luck on your Carmel corn endeavors!
Ps. I also added nuts (I used walnuts but I am sure any nut would be fine), and it gave some extra flavor and it was delicious
fish_dude1 year ago
just made this and it tastes amazing
thanks for the great recipe
cestes11 year ago
You could also use a staple to seal your bag of folding the corner does not work. I know it is counter intuitive putting metal in the microwave but small amounts don't seem to be a problem. For instance the cups of soup with the lid have a metal ring. I've made popcorn in brown paper lunch sacks held close with a staple for years. I look forward to trying this recipe. Who doesn't love caramel corn?
LOVE CARAMEL CORN! Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie!
TexGEOas1 year ago
Great job. Looks delicious!