Butterfinger Caramel Corn.

Posted by Michelle on October 2nd, 2012 . Filed under: Food .


No, I’m not becoming a food blogger.  But I made something so incredibly bomb, I just had to share.  I finally joined the world of Pinterest.  Been resisting the urge forever.  But ultimately could not resist.  And I came across a recipe for Butterfinger caramel corn.  But the person didn’t have the measurements, and wanted you to make homemade caramel.  What the heck? and not happenin’.  So I freestyled, and made my own – the semi-homemade way 😉

This is my recipe for the most bomb Butterfinger caramel corn in the history of everness.  And I’m no recipe writer, so work with me here.

2 bags of microwaved popcorn (normal size)
3 tbsp. butter
1 tbsp. water
1 14 oz. bag of Kraft caramels
1 10 oz. bag of Butterfinger Bites

Pop popcorn.
Melt butter with water on low in a saucepan.  Unwrap caramels, eat 2 of them :), and add the rest to the saucepan until melted down.
Smash bag of Butterfinger Bites with a rolling pin, mallet, whatever.
Toss popcorn in a big bowl with the melted caramel sauce.  Coat well.  Then throw in the Butterfinger goodness and combine it all together.
Spray a baking pan with some Pam and spread the popcorn mess all over it.  Pop it in a 200 degree oven for 10 minutes, then take it out and toss it a bit and put it back in for another 10 minutes.  Let cool, break up, enjoy.  It’s sum good.

6 Responses to Butterfinger Caramel Corn.

  1. Marybeth L.

    Oh that looks so good. Will it still be a healthy snack after all that! 🙂

  2. Michele aka Derbylea

    Well now that sounds all kinds of awesome! YUM

  3. Charlene Austin

    Shut up! I had a bag of popcorn earlier tonight. Good thing I didn’t see this recipe as I have no Butterfingers. I would have been mad!! But I will put those on my shopping list and give this a go for sure. YUMMMMMY.

  4. Dawn Easton

    Adding those Butterfinger Bites to my list of groceries to get this month when I do a quick trip to Great Falls….lol. LOOKS YUMMY! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Charlene Cameron

    Sounds delicious i am going to make it with my Granddaughter. I love your story about your parents…I hope all is well.

  6. Jessie McLaughlin

    Sounds so yummy!! May have to try this!! Happy pinning! I love it!

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