Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Goblin Corn - Best Caramel Corn EVER

For The Best Caramel Corn Recipe EVER, click  H E R E  ! 
I'm calling it Goblin Corn because the second it is ready, we are gobblin'!
Danni  of Silo Hill Farm posted this recipe and WOW is it wonderful! 
Begin by reading  Danni's Recipe .  You'll be glad you did!
I made a few of slight changes.
1.  Instead of using the PUFFS, I used Orville Redenbacher's Original Popcorn, popped in Orville Redenbacher's Buttery Flavor Popcorn oil.  (We are big fans of Mr. Redenbacher's work!)  I used one Stir Crazy Popcorn Popper full.

2.  To the mixture that gets boiled, I added about 1/4 cup of molasses.
3.  Just after boiling, but before the baking soda, I added 1 teaspoon vanilla.

Warning: The caramel mixture becomes a volcano when you add the vanilla AND when you add the baking soda. Make sure your pan is large enough for it to suddenly foam and double in size.
4.  For the baking process, I used two 9 x 13 pans.
The recipe is definitely worth the slight danger of having a caramel covered stove!  In honor of  Danni's Recipe , I made this fun GOBLIN container!
This Goblin Corn was a welcome gift for new neighbors.

 They loved him and they loved the caramel corn.
 To see the tutorial for Gobblin' Gus container, click  H E R E !
Happy Gobblin'!  ;-)  -Marci


  1. That looks delicious!
    Perfect for Halloween too!

    xoxoxo sarah

    1. Hi, Sarah! Thank you! Isn't October the perfect time for Caramel Corn?! ;-) -Marci

  2. Wow! You did it! I would have never thought to add Molasses to that recipe, and I love the flavor of molasses! I'm glad it turned out and I love your cute container! Thanks for the shout out! I'm linking back to you today!

    1. Hi, Danni! Since finding your recipe, I think I've been making this yummy stuff 3 times each week!! We love it! Thank you so very much! -Marci

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    1. Thank you, Kathleen! I am writing the tutorial and will post it soon! -Marci

  4. Very neat recipe. Sharing on G+. Thanks for linking up to the Halloween Blog Hop!

  5. That sound really delicious. The molasses and vanilla must add such a lovely flavor and I really like the way you've packaged your gobblin corn ;-)

  6. What a great gift! Thanks for sharing on the What's for dinner link up!


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