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Tried It Out Thursday: Cinnamon Carmel Corn with White Chocolate

When I came across this recipe I immediately wanted to make it!!  It looked and sounded so delicious!  I actually held off a couple of days, but it so did not dissappoint me.  DELICIOUS!!  I found it over at An 'A' For Effort.  She has some really delicious recipes for real people.  It is an AMAZING blog. 

Cinnamon Carmel Corn with White Chocolate
adapted from An 'A' For Effort
12 C popped popcorn (I used 2 bags light butter microwave popcorn)
1 C brown sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 C corn syrup
1/2 C butter, cut into small chunks
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp baking soda
3 squares of almond bark
1 C slivered almonds or other nuts (optional)
 Preheat oven to 250 F. Line a large baking sheet with tin foil.
 Place 12 C of popcorn and nuts (if using) in a very large bowl. Set aside.
 In a microwave safe bowl combine brown sugar and cinnamon. Add chunks of butter and corn syrup.
 Microwave mixture on high for 30 seconds. Stir to combine then microwave for 2 minutes. Remove and stir again before microwaving for an additional 2 minutes. Mixture should be hot and bubbly.
 Add vanilla and baking soda, stir to combine. The mixture will foam and rise. Pour the mixture over the popcorn and stir VERY well until everything is evenly coated.  Spread popcorn mixture onto lined baking sheet. Bake for 30 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes.  At the end of the 30 minutes sample a piece of the popcorn. If it is not crunchy return the pan to the oven for 5 additional minutes. Repeat this step if necessary.
 Melt almond bark slowly in microwave and drizzle over popcorn.  Once the chocolate has hardened, break the caramel corn into pieces.
I couldn't stop eating it!! So I had to share with others.
Thanks Abby for a wonderful recipe!!


  1. Oh my gosh, that looks fantastic. I saw that recipe on her site too and swooned over it just as I am now with yours. What I wouldn't give for a bag of that right now.

  2. These pop corns look wonderful. Perfect for snacking. I don't have one of those fancy popcorn making machine so your recipe is just perfect! :)

  3. I know a certain person in my family who would kill for this. My son would love this.

  4. Looks great and would be fun for the Super Bowl too:@)

  5. this looks delish! Wasn't it martha Stewart who said popcorn is the new cupcake?!?! Looks like you might be on to something.

  6. That looks delicious. I'll have to try and visit her sometime soon but I know where to find this delicious concoction. Take care.

  7. Why must you continue to torment me with these sweet recipes? j/k This sounds so good. Send me a bag! lol

  8. Oh my gosh. Yum! You make the best things!!!

  9. I just made some similar caramel corn the other day and I couldn't stop eating it! With the white chocolate, it sounds even better! Thanks!

  10. Aw! Thanks for the kind words Tiffanee!!! Compliments just make my day! :) :)

  11. The word "ooo" actually escaped my lips when I read your title and saw the picture. Sounds heavenly. Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  12. OH!!! need to make this YUMMY!!! treat for the boys this weekend for the Superbowl!!!
    THANKS!!! for visiting and leaving a nice comment like you always do. LOVE you and have a GREAT!!! weekend!!!


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