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Paula Faris' Homemade Caramel Corn

Paula Faris' Homemade Caramel Corn

Homemade Caramel Corn

  • ½ cup popcorn kernels
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 4 Tbsp. butter
  • 2 Tbsp. Karo syrup

Using an air popper, prepare a large bowl of popcorn. In a small pot on the stovetop, melt butter, then add Karo syrup and brown sugar. Stir often and bring to a rolling boil. Drizzle the caramel over the popcorn, and stir gently to coat all of the popcorn.

Paula Faris was born October 26, 1975, in Jackson, Michigan. She attended Jackson Christian School and graduated from Cedarville University in Ohio with a degree in broadcasting. After graduation, she had various communications-related jobs before breaking into broadcast television. She has co-anchored many shows, including World News Now, America This Morning, Good Morning America Weekend, and The View. She made a life-changing decision to leave the limelight, spend more time with her family, and focus on meaningful projects, like her podcast and book. Faris and her husband currently reside in South Carolina with their three children.

Did you Know?

Pass the Salt

Pass the Salt

Only 3.5 percent of Earth’s water is fresh water. Most of the salt in the ocean is the same kind of salt we put on our food: sodium chloride. The saltiest water in the world is found in Antarctica in a small lake named Don Juan Pond. Did you know that boiling seawater does not make it safe to drink? The issue with seawater isn’t sterilization, which boiling would fix, but salt content. As seawater boils, it evaporates, leaving the salt behind. You’re actually making seawater saltier by boiling it.

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