Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe

Homemade Caramel Corn with the added touch of cinnamon and drizzled with almond bark makes perfect cinnamon roll caramel corn. I love caramel corn but not as much as I love cinnamon rolls so combining the two makes one delectable treat. Today I used puffcorn but you can easily exchange it for popcorn and get the same delicious results.  I hope you enjoy this Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe.

Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe

Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe

I have two questions for you…

1  How do you pronounce caramel?  KARR-uh-mel or  KAR-muhl?

I’m on the Kar-muhl side of the debate.

2. Have you ever heard of Christmas in July? If so, do you enjoy Christmas movies in the middle of summer?

Since this blog is new and many of you are just finding me in the middle of summer there is something important I should share with you….

I LOVE CHRISTMAS.

Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe

Not only because it is the day that Jesus was born but because of the feeling that comes along with Christmas. There is a lightness that comes along with it. People seem kinder and more caring. The world seems happier and honestly in the world we live in we need more lightness. Even if that comes from Christmas movies in July. They are a great reminder of the feelings of the holidays.

I look forward to Christmas movies in July and even some great sales. (Yes…I love a good sale.)

So in the spirit of Christmas,  I made a treat that my grandma loved to make for our family Christmases…Caramel Corn. Lets just put it this way she would make enough caramel corn that we could all take an ice cream bucket full home.

But I didn’t want just regular caramel corn so I decided to add a cinnamon roll twist.

This is my new favorite way to eat caramel corn. The addition of cinnamon cuts the sugary taste and adds a nice flavor to the caramel corn. Plus drizzling the cinnamon caramel corn with almond bark helps the cinnamon caramel corn taste like cinnamon rolls with frosting on top.

I am actually going to go and eat a bowl of it right now and I recommend you drop everything and go try to make it yourself.

Enjoy!

Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe

Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe

Ingredients

  • 12 Cups Puffcorn or Popcorn
  • 1 Cup of Butter
  • 1 1/4 Cups of Brown Sugar
  • 2/3 Cup of Light Corn Syrup
  • 1 Teaspoon of Baking Soda
  • 1 1/2 Teaspoons Cinnamon
  • 4 Oz Almond Bark or White Chocolate

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 250°F.
  2. Combine butter, brown sugar, and light corn syrup in a 2 quart sauce pan.
  3. Cook on medium heat until mixture has melted.
  4. Once mixture has melted add the baking soda. (Note: This will cause the mixture to foam)
  5. Stir Cinnamon into mixture.
  6. In a large roaster with puffcorn or popcorn pour in caramel mixture and stir until mixed.
  7. Place in oven for 45 minutes, stirring at least every 10-15 minutes.
  8. Remove from oven, pour on wax paper and break apart.
  9. Melt almond bark or white chocolate and drizzle over the carmel corn.
  10. Let cool and ENJOY!
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Homemade Caramel Corn with the added touch of cinnamon and drizzled with almond bark has all of the right flavors for perfect cinnamon roll caramel corn. I love caramel corn but not as much as I love cinnamon rolls so combining the two makes one delectable treat. Today I used puffcorn but you can easily exchange it for popcorn and get the same delicious results.  I hope you enjoy this Cinnamon Roll Caramel Corn Recipe.

57 Comments

  1. I’m on the Kar-muhl side of the debate too! This looks so good. I’m on the fence about this whole Christmas in July thing. Part of me like, oh it’s good to begin preparing ahead of time. The other part thinks, can’t we just enjoy the time we’re in right now?

  2. Adrienne

    What a great flavor combination! This is going in my recipe file under two headings – Christmas and Sweets.

  3. I’m self conscious about which pronunciation to go with so I alternate between the two or avoid saying the word, although my “native” pronunciation would be something like “karmul” .

    My extended family does a Christmas in July campout, because the family is so big and it’s so hard to schedule something in December. And they do all of the typical Christmas decor and food things there.

    Ps- cinnamon roll might be the best smell in the world. 😉

  4. How decadent. I’ve never heard of this before but it sounds really good and not that difficult to make. I’ll have to try it. Wondering if the popcorn retains some of its texture after you bake it. That’s the only ingredient that seemed odd to me.

  5. I wish I could share (probably would have been best since I ate more then my fair helping) but I at least shared the recipe. I hope you try to make it.
    Jenn

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