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This addictive twist on caramel corn uses vanilla and honey for extra flavor and a big pinch of flaky sea salt for a salty, sweet, and crunchy snack. Kate, Recipe Hunter

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Vanilla Honey Salted Caramel Popcorn

The ultimate Game Day snack

Popcorn is the perfect snack for a stay-in movie night with the family or as a never-ending Game Day snack. Since it’s inexpensive and easy to make, keeping the popcorn going through the entire game is a breeze. Plus, it’s infinitely adaptable! Whether you’re into salty, sweet, crunchy, or spicy, you can flavor your popcorn however you’d like. Some days, we just want the basics, with some melted butter and salt. But other days (ok, most days), we’d rather have a huge bowl of this Vanilla Honey Salted Caramel Popcorn. Instead of just regular caramel corn, Shanna takes things to the next level using vanilla and honey instead of corn syrup, giving the popcorn an extra layer of flavor. With a big pinch of flaky sea salt at the end, this popcorn is crunchy, sweet, salty, and utterly addictive.


Shanna Schad

Wife, Mom, Cook, Baker, Food Blogger

Shanna Schad from Pineapple and Coconut

My cooking philosophy is organic, fresh, whole, real foods, locally sourced when possible. I find a way to make traditional meals more healthy without anything artificial, processed or pre-packaged added in. Wholesome meals and from-scratch baked goodies that the whole family can enjoy and food that looks gourmet but is easy to prepare and always tastes delicious.

Shanna is the blogger, recipe developer, and self-taught cook behind Pineapple and Coconut where she shares her fresh, natural approach to cooking and baking. What we love about her style is that she is committed to getting rid of pre-packaged, processed, artificial foods from her family’s meals. Instead, she uses real, organic, and locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible to make delicious and nutritious family-friendly meals. But don’t worry – like all of us, Shanna has a sweet tooth so on her blog, you’ll find the perfect balance of healthy recipes and sweet treats.

Head over to Pineapple and Coconut and say hello to Shanna on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.


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  • bethany

    Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!