4 Reviews

These were sweet and tangy, but for some reason did not go over so well. My initial reaction was somewhere in the middle. It's not bad, but not great. It did grow on me the more I had, so I am leaning towards a five star on this.

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Studentchef January 01, 2012

Forget about the calories here, this was great ! ! Doubled the batch and took some next door too. Got the call back immediately seeing we were both watching football. Very flavorful and well enjoyed.. I have a new weekend sport snack to add to my collection. Made for PRMR tag..

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weekend cooker December 11, 2011

The bay leaf was for sure an interestin addition. I quartered the recipe,since it seems like I'm starting a little collection of spiced sugars. Another great way of eatiing a low calorie snack.I sprinkled oil rather than using butter.Thanks for sharing.

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littlemafia February 24, 2010

This really is a great tasting popcorn & I'd recommend it for anyone with a sweet tooth (I seem to have several!) or for someone who might enjoy trying a new flavor of popcorn! Initially I wasn't sure about the bay leaves, but I was really happy with the resulting 'spiced sugar!' Thanks for sharing the recipe (actually the TWO recipes)! [Tagged, made & reviewed as a recipenap in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #34]

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Sydney Mike November 12, 2009
Jamie's Spiced Sugar and Christmas Popcorn Recipe