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Yummy! Corn Pop Perfection

This is a recipe my mother in law makes for about every holiday, birthday and any other day that needs a sweet treat in it.
I don't know if it gets better than this...I don't think I can handle it if it does.
This is easy, sweet, salty and perfect.
I will try not to drool on the keyboard as I let you in on this tasty secret recipe!

First you will need the ingredients;
  • A bag of Corn Pops-they are kind of like Cheeto's-but not cheesy...or orange. This will not work with Cheeto's. That would be gross. Don't do it. Okay?
  • 1 1/2 cups of Sugar
  • 1 1/3 cubes of Butta.
  • 2 Tbs. of Water
That's it! You probably have everything but the Corn Pops on hand...once again, these are not Cheeto's...if you have Cheeto's on hand-give them to your kids and send them outside with their grubby orange hands. Do not under any circumstance use those nasty nuclear orange things in this delicious recipe.

Glad we got that out of the way.
You love Cheeto's?
Oh. Gag.
It's okay. We can still be friends, as long as you leave those dirty little things at home...or at least in your car. Okay?

Back to the recipe!
What you need is a saucepan.
Turn heat to med-high and pour in your sugar, butter and water.
Let it melt, and stir it up so that it gets good and combined, and let it come to a boil.
Got all that?

Okay, now just let it boil for FOUR minutes. My mother in law says it's key. I don't mess with the woman, she may be only 5 feet tall on a tall day, but she is a spit fire I tell ya!
While that is boiling pour your corn pops into a very large bowl or stock pot.
When your four minutes is up, pour the hot liquid over the corn pops and stir well.
You want to coat the stuff on every little piece. Because it's delicious-er that way.
Now you want to use a greased baking sheet or use your silicone baking mat...
...and then pour it all so...Bake at 225 for about 20 minutes.
Let it cool just enough to not burn your taste buds off, because trust're going to want them...
Then EAT!
Oh it's good.
It's real good.
You should probably make this for company...or at least make sure you have some kids around to help you eat it, because it's addictive-and eating a whole batch of this by yourself...while it may be's probably not recommended by any health-care professional.

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Blogger Dawn said...

That does sound very yummy. We have some of those little puffs here at the house right now. I think I'll have my teenage daughter make this. Thanks!

Wed Mar 02, 03:12:00 PM

Blogger Misty said...

I made these for New Years and was totally hooked on them! I will probably only allow myself to make them once a year from now on, the way I chowed down on them! They really are delish!

Thu Mar 03, 09:23:00 AM

Blogger Sariah said...

So excited! I have these little buggers in the oven RIGHT NOW!! But when I opened the bag of puffs - the lame things looked like about half of what your picture looked like. Anyway, I am wondering if you have tried this on popcorn?

Wed Mar 09, 11:19:00 AM


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