How to make it

  • Pop corn and place in large pan. Combine syrup, sugar, waer and vinegar. Heat to boil add cream of tartar. Continue boiling to soft crack stage 275-280 degreees. Remove from heat. add butter and baking soda and vanilla. Pour over popcorn. Butter hands and form immediately into balls. Yield will depend on size of balls, butg baseball size is great.

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  • lovebreezy 2 years ago
    Please consider adding this to the Popcorn
    group. You are the only one that can do that since it is your recipe. You'll have to join the group but you can always leave it after you add this dish, TIA.
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  • bodana63 5 years ago
    We did a couple extra yummy things....one batch we added a little cinnamon. another batch we did a bit of choc chips, white choc+walnuts....then we did some red hots and a little food color. Just thought we would be a little creative! They are great with the extras too. add as little or much as you like....I don't measure....just eyeball it ;)
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  • bodana63 5 years ago
    kids and I needed something fun tonight...going to the store. Thanks!!
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  • tastycakes0504 5 years ago
    wow these look awesome! im gonna have to try making these sometime!
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    " It was excellent "
    mystic_river1 ate it and said...
    sounds good to me!
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  • simplyroseg 6 years ago
    Was so happy to see this recipe. My grandmother use to mix up popcorn balls in a big enamel pan, they were so good but never had any luck duplicating them for my grandchildren, had forgot she used tartar & vinegar. Think this is the recipe I needed, thank you so much for posting.
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