Caramel and Chocolate Honey popcorn

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At The Honey Cottage we are all about experimenting with honey to make things taste bee-licious! I FINALLY figured out how to make one of my favorite foods; caramel and chocolate popcorn. I don’t know why I did not think of it sooner, but I used one of our favorite products from the shop. Honeyville makes whipped honey and adds the most amazing flavors to make your food pop! I have been very frustrated for a while looking at the different products in the grocery store and finding nothing but junk. I am so happy to say the simplicity of the ingredients in Honeyville is what makes me so happy to share this product. I make my popcorn from scratch on the stove; it is not hard and it turns out yummy every time.

Caramel and chocolate popcorn

For the popcorn;

2 Tablespoons of coconut oil

¾ cup popcorn kernals

Salt to taste

Place a 6 quart sauce pan on the stove and turn on the heat to high; have a lid ready on the side. Place the 2 Tablespoons of coconut oil in the pan and let melt, place the ¾ cup of popcorn kernels in the oil, and put the lid on. Give a good shake to make sure all the kernels are coated with oil. Wait until you see the first kernels of popcorn pop, and then shake the pan. Continue shaking the pan (to prevent burning), turn off the heat when the popping speed of the popcorn slows down and let sit for 30 seconds. Take off the lid and place in a bowl; salt to taste.

Warm up the Honeyville whipped caramel sauce and the chocolate buzz honey fudge sauce in a pan of water. Do not let it come to a boil!! Just warm enough to get it to drizzle on the popcorn. I used about 1 ½ Tablespoons of both, but you can add more or less depending on your taste buds. Bee prepared it gets sticky, but the flavor is amazing and is so worth it!!

From our bee hive to yours,

Queen Bee

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