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Cracker Jack Snack

Have you tried the homemade caramel corn I posted about before? We had it tonight as our game night snack.

It is super simple and very yummy.

Start with 8 cups of popped corn.

Get the caramel good and gooey.

Combine the two and take a blurry photo of an oven that is in desperate need of cleaning.

Let cool and break apart.


This post is linked at Tasty Tuesday.

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  1. The Lockwood Family says:

    Connie…you are a genius!! How can this post have no comments! You have solved an issue I have had for months. You see, every Sunday night after church, instead of dinner, we eat popcorn and smoothies. It's usually late, I want the children to get to bed as soon as possible as we have to get up early Monday morning, so I have 2 choices…give them all their own bowl of popcorn and then stay up and wash all those bowls, or just put out a big bowl for them all to share and…well, you can imagine how that goes…11 hands trying to all get their fair share…double mess and a few tears.
    But I DO have TONS of coffee filters and I NEVER drink ground coffee. Someone gave me the filters forever ago and I thought they could make a good craft or something for the children so I hung onto them.
    But now, I know why I really have them!!!
    Thank you my dear sweet friend!

  2. Smockity Frocks says:

    Hooray! Jaynee, I'm so glad I could help you out!

  3. I have made this based on your original post, and our family just LOVES it! Thank you for sharing.
    We love it! In fact, I'm craving some right now…

  4. TheRoosterChick says:

    Looks yummy! Luv that you used coffee filters too.

  5. Awesome girl!

  6. I would leave a different comment adding to your fan list, but no, I just misspelled my name above. It’s still me. And, you’re still awesome! :)


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