Baked Caramel Corn

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Growing up Baked Caramel Corn was a favorite made at home.

Dad and I loved it and every time we would go to a fair or a local favorite place in Verona, Beach called Midway, which was just like a fairground with rides, food, games, etc.

Although Dad is long since passed in 1995, the fairgrounds are still there and the memories will live on forever to cherish.

That popcorn stand was the first stop we hit at that Verona, Beach fairground, every time we went there the smell just stopped us dead in tracks and dad would immediately buy some freshly made caramel corn.

It was so addicting and gone in a New York Minute!

Since that place was only opened in the spring for a short time, we had to learn to make something similar to hold us over and this was the best recipe ever to duplicate that memory.

This delicious crunchy caramel-coated popcorn back in the 1960s that was irresistible and still is today and so easy to make in your own kitchens.

Later on, we learned to make a version of this delectable popcorn at home that was easy and baked, and it's been a favorite for the last 50 years of my life.

I make this every holiday for Christmas and even sometimes at Easter along with some other treats the family loves.

Homemade candies are fabulous and from the heart and also make fond memories in the kitchen.

Having two grown sons, they both love the homemade peanut brittle, peanut butter oreo bars and this baked caramel corn is number one on that list of must makes every year without fail!

If you're a caramel corn lover, scroll to the recipe card, the first one is our favorite and the other two recipes are some we made along the way the kids loved also like marshmallow popcorn balls and Nutella popcorn, it's all in a printable recipe card below.

this is caramel corn in a see through bag for the holiday baked with also trail mix to mix in like a moose munch

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