If you can make stove-top popcorn (and we know you can), homemade old-fashioned kettle corn is a cinch: Just a bit of sugar and rest time, and you'll be munching on this popular snack.
Learning how to make kettle popcorn is easier than you might think. Like any homemade popcorn, it can be dressed up however you like it while it's cooking or topped off with extra goodies when it's done. The first step to making kettle corn is getting the oil ready and popping the popcorn kernels on the stove:
Stove-Top Popcorn Math: 1/2 cup popcorn kernels will make about 10 cups of popped popcorn.
Caramel popcorn is another classic popcorn dress-up. Here's how to make caramel popcorn so you can enjoy this sweet and salty snack whenever you want!