Marsden & Bathe Apricot Nectar Flavor 2 oz (How to make candy popcorn)
This is one of our favorite flavors!
It's delightful and fruity. Add it to your smoothies or make apricot ice cream and popcorn.
If your recipe calls for dried apricots, be sure and add this flavor. Its distinctive tone adds depth and flavor to your cookies, cakes, and desserts. It works well in sweet recipes.
Great Professional Flavor at Real Savings
- Commercial strength natural and artificial flavor--more concentrated therefore more economical that "store" flavors.
- Produced by a US company with over 100 years experience in flavors.
- Comes in a dark glass bottle to protect the delicate flavors from light.
Marsden and Bathe flavors are generally used in bakeries and fine restaurants by pastry chefs and are not generally available to consumers. See if they are not better than grocery store flavors.
Popcorn Popping on the Apricot Tree Popcorn
A long time ago, when we were children, we used to sing in our Sunday School class, “popcorn popping on the apricot tree.” It was a fun song but I never did understand why we sang it at church. Oh, well. This very luscious apricot popcorn brought back memories of that song. This may be my favorite popcorn flavor.
This is a no-churn ice cream recipe but you can use your ice cream machine.
Yields 14 cups of candy popcorn
- 1/2 cup unpopped popcorn kernels
- 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter
- 1/4 cup white corn syrup (Karo)
- 1/8 cup water
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
- 2 teaspoons apricot flavor
- 2 drops of Americolor Orange food coloring gel or equal
- Pop the popcorn kernels. Set aside in 2 large bowls.
- Over medium heat, melt the butter in a medium saucepan.
- Add the corn syrup and water. Stir.
- Add the sugar. Make sure not to let any sugar stick to the edges of the pan. If one grain of sugar is left undissolved, it can cause the whole batch to crystallize.
- Bring to a boil and continue to cook until the mixture reaches 235-245°F. (Please use a candy thermometer). It is important for the mixture to reach this temperature, if it doesn’t the candy will not harden properly.
- Add the baking soda and stir quickly as the mixture begins to bubble. Once bubbly and frothy, remove the pan from heat.
- Add the flavor and food coloring until mixed in.
- Pour over the popped popcorn in both bowls. Fold into the popcorn until evenly coated.
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