When the going gets tough, caramel corn makes it all better.
You wouldn’t think so, but it does.
The elections are still months away, and the outlook is bleak. Winter came and never left. The school year is dragging on. Spring break is over, and your kids are behaving like sociopaths.
It’s time for caramel corn!
As a well-traveled adult, I know different people in different parts of the country have allegiances to various corneries. Garrett’s in Chicago, Vic’s of Omaha, our local Buddy Squirrel… I love them all, and am certainly open to new possibilities.
Then there are the mass-produced Cracker Jack and Crunch n’ Munch. Both contain peanuts or peanut butter, and I’m sort of a purist, but sometimes I get desperate.
Wonder what happened to him.
Wait a minute, I was talking about caramel corn. If you’re really having a bad day, you’ll want to make your own. (WARNING, don’t click the link unless you want the earworm. If you already have it, it’s time to make some caramel corn.)
Since I’m not a food blogger, here is a link to Sally’s Baking Addiction. Don’t be daunted by the 10 cups of popcorn – popcorn is really fluffy, and once the caramel goodness is mixed in, it’s more compact. I suppose when you’re a food blogger like Sally, you have to include information about storing the leftovers, but…
Shout out your favorite caramel corn in the comments section.