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Popcorn Coal Candy Recipe

 

This is so effed up. Apparently I was naughty this year and got coal in my stocking.

 

This is my chum Danielle with me. She was naughty too.

I was gonna call her my bae, but that means poop in Dutch.

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Pissed!

 

Where the hell is my new puppy and barrel of whiskey?

Okay so maybe we should have reconsidered throwing burning poop bags at the neighbor’s door. I’m sure running around, playing, “Punch the bro,” at bars may have been a little cruel. We couldn’t help it. So many bros out there that need to be punched in the face.

Santa really should stop being a little bitch and give me my gifts.

 

The good news is the coal just so happens to be sweet and edible. This popcorn coal candy recipe requires only 4-5 ingredients, and can be made with kids under adult supervision.

Ingredients for Popcorn Coal Candy Recipe

½ cup light corn syrup

¼ cup white sugarKernel Season’s caramel  or milk chocolate caramel seasoning, or your favorite food flavoring

Black food coloring

8-10 cups of Freshly popped popcorn

 


To begin your popcorn candy coal recipe, combine corn syrup and white sugar in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, allowing sugar to dissolve. Do not burn the sugar! It should not turn brown.

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Once it is fully boiling remove from heat and sprinkle in a few drops of black food coloring, and a healthy amount of caramel seasoning and stir. Allow to cool slightly enough to add popcorn. Stir popcorn in thoroughly, adding a few cups at a time.

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Spray hands with vegetable oil and pick up coated popcorn. Shape into little nuggets, pressing kernels together tightly. Place on wax paper and allow to harden.

 

The longer you let them sit, the more firm they become.

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Again, in case you missed our little tantrum.

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I think the popcorn coal candy happens to be super cute in a bucket. Excuse me while Danielle and I throw burning poop bags at the mall Santa.

 

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Popcorn Coal Candy Recipe.
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Serves: 12-20
 
Ingredients
  • ½ cup light corn syrup
  • ¼ cup white sugar
  • Kernel Season’s caramel seasoning
  • 8-10 cups of Freshly popped popcorn
  • Black food coloring
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  2. Combine corn syrup and white sugar in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, allowing sugar to dissolve. Do not burn the sugar! It should not turn brown.
  3. Once it is fully boiling remove from heat and sprinkle in a few drops of black food coloring, and a healthy amount of caramel seasoning and stir. Allow to cool slightly enough to add popcorn. Stir popcorn in thoroughly, adding a few cups at a time.
  4. Spray hands with vegetable oil and pick up coated popcorn. Shape into little nuggets, pressing kernels together tightly. Place on wax paper and allow to harden.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 150

 

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4 Responses to Popcorn Coal Candy Recipe. Santa is Pissed Off at me.

  1. OMG you are insanely adorable, and adorably insane. 😀

  2. Rayna says:

    Can I use dark corn syrup?

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