Sticky popcorn pots

Sticky popcorn pots

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Get your favourite DVD out and whip up some popcorn for a special movie night in

Nutrition and extra info

  • Easily doubled / halved

Nutrition: per serving (12)

  • kcal192
  • fat10g
  • saturates6g
  • carbs25g
  • sugars12g
  • fibre1g
  • protein2g
  • salt0.01g
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  • 50g popping corn
  • 140g salted butter
  • 140g light muscovado sugar


  1. Put the popping corn in a lidded bowl and microwave on High for 21⁄2-3 mins.

  2. Tip into a big bowl and repeat four more times. Can be made and kept in an airtight container up to a day ahead. Meanwhile, melt the butter in a pan, then tip in the sugar. Heat gently until the sugar has dissolved. Pour the caramel over the popcorn and stir to coat. Cool, then serve in plastic cups.

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Comments (13)

happyheffalump's picture

Really simple & quick to make - I followed method suggested by lucy_painter in an earlier post but halved the amount of sugar and butter and it was plenty sweet enough for three young boys pretending to be at the cinema!

alisonl262's picture

This is so so good and very, very moreish! I made it in a pan which makes no difference. Will definitely make again!

cecilia6's picture

Tried these, I found them WAY too 4 year old son couldn't get enough though!

lucy_painter's picture

This was a really easy recipe for popcorn and delicious. But I made the popcorn in a saucepan. Use a sizeable pan cover the bottom with oil (one with a high smoke point). Put one piece of corn in the pan with a lid on, heat the oil until the corn pops then take off the heat and add the rest of the corn straight away. Replace the lid and pop back on a low heat and wait until all the corn has popped. Place into a bowl and pour sauce over the popcorn and stir.

dewbien's picture

Easy & Delicious :)

tillyfloss80's picture

Just made this, sooo good. Definitely our new weekend treat.
I also made the popcorn in a pan, just followed the instructions on the back of the popcorn packet.

erbusaig's picture

My daughter and her friends gave this 5 stars, it is REALLY delicious if served up still warm.

erbusaig's picture

Soooo good! Really quick for a yummy treat.

gemzhere's picture

very very tasty. although i found one pack at a time was enough. was ideal to watch a film with

dragonma5306's picture

Oh boy ~ this is GOOOOD! I don't recommend that you make it though as you will be in danger of eating the lot all by yourself!! :oD
Quick, simple and tasty (but very sweet and SOOO bad for you!).

ch0colate's picture

I made a huge bowl of this for six hungry teenage boys who were watching a movie - it went down a treat. They even asked for more. I don't have a microwave, so I made the popcorn in a non-stick shallow pan with a lid of course!! It took a lot longer to cook, but was just as nice.

lurvlyloz's picture

very easy to make...didnt look nice but tasted nice. went down well at halloween party at the weekend :)

rebecca1july's picture

I made these with the kids for our friday night movie .
I would recommend these as they are very quick to make (minutes) very tasty and a nice treat.

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Tips (1)

tillyfloss80's picture

Use a plastic mixing bowl when covering the popcorn with the caramel sauce, less mess as doesn't stick as much to the sides.