Salty sweet stuff are so addictive. Why is that? They must be unlawful or something. Seriously, they’re dangerous.

Therefore the other day I couldn’t decide between chocolate cupcakes or caramel corn. I understood that I needed to make cupcakes sometime soon because I have somehow managed to never post a recipe for chocolate cupcakes, but I have been dying to make caramel corn since like September 1st. It’s just that season, you know?

It’s really wii thing whenever you can’t help to make these kind of decisions because you know what happens? You wind up with something crazy excessive and way overindulgant.

Take these cupcakes for example. Not merely are they topped with the world’s most addictive frosting but they’re piled high with caramel corn and drizzled with chocolate. Â They’re so excellent that they’re nearly sinful.

Yep, they are the kind of thing that you have to try and cover from yourself. The formula makes a lot of caramel corn for the cupcakes plus much more, so after you have piled as much within the cupcakes as it is possible to there is enough to share and cause you to slap your own hands to avoid consuming it all yourself. Like I stated, dangerous.

Caramel corn is normally such a festive fall favorite around here and it goes so very well with delicious chocolate. You’ve gotta try these.

Prep Period: one hour, 20 minutes

Cook Time: 40 minutes

Total Period: 2 hours

1 cup plus 2 tablespoons butter

2 cups brown sugar

1/2 cup half & half

1 1/2 teaspoons salt

2/3 cup buttermilk

1 tablespoon milk

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 tablespoon vanilla

5-6 mugs powdered sugar

100g semi-sweet chocolates + 2 tablespoons butter (optional for drizzling at the top)

rock sodium for topping (optional)

Start by making the caramel corn. Preheat range to 200 degrees F (95 C) and Quiche Lorraine Ingredients check snacks for small kernals, half-popped items and/or burnt parts. Grease a big baking pan very well and pour popcorn in. Combine butter, sugar, salt, and half & half inside a medium to large saucepan and bring to a boil over moderate heat.

Boil for 5 minutes stirring constantly and scraping sides occasionally. Remove from temperature and stir in vanilla and soda pop (it will foam). Pour over snacks and gently mix to layer all pieces. Bake for approximately 1 hour stirring every a quarter-hour. Remove from range and allow to cool.

Right now the cupcakes. Preheat range to 350° F (180° C) and Combine butter and glucose in large blending bowl and beat until smooth. After that add buttermilk. Beat in eggs, sodium, vanilla, baking powder, and baking soda. Blend in cocoa natural powder and flour and mix until smooth.

Series cupcake pans with paper liners or grease well with oil. Pour batter into each glass until it is about 3/4 full. Bake for 20 – 25 minutes until toothpick comes out clean.

Last make the frosting. Beat butter until clean then add caramel, milk, salt, and vanilla. Add powdered sugar a little at a time (if you don’t want to look like a yeti) until frosting is certainly thick plenty of for topping cupcakes.

To put together cupcakes, fill pastry bag with frosting and tube on cupcakes or just pass on frosting with blade. Top with caramel corn after that, if preferred, drizzle with chocolate and sprinkle with sodium.

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