Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Maple Caramel Corn


If you are craving something sweet and simple this holiday season then this recipe might be quite perfect. Making your own carmel corn using maple syrup is quick and easy! Bring a bowlful to your next holiday party or place it in a holiday tin and give it as a gift to a teacher. All you need to make this is an 8-quart pot, a small saucepan, two large bowls, and a large cookie sheet.

I've made this recipe using both butter and coconut oil. Using butter creates a more traditional caramel flavor, however, using coconut oil creates a bouquet of flavors that makes the caramel corn quite addicting.  Pictured here is the recipe made using coconut oil.

I have two more giveaways to share with you today, so please scroll on down and leave a comment to enter to win one of these amazing cookbooks!



Maple Caramel Corn

Serve a large bowl of this tasty popcorn at your holiday party. It also makes a great gift for a teacher! If you double the recipe then make it in batches. Popping one cup of popcorn will nearly fill an 8-quart stockpot!

2 to 3 tablespoons virgin coconut oil
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
1 cup organic popcorn kernels

1/2 cup virgin coconut oil or butter
1 cup grade B maple syrup
few dashes sea salt

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.

Heat an 8-quart stockpot over high heat for a minute or so. Add oil and salt, then popcorn. Cover and cook for a few minutes, moving the pot vigorously, until the popping has subsided. Then quickly remove from heat to prevent burning and pour popcorn into two large bowls (or one really large bowl if you own one)!

In a small to medium saucepan heat the coconut oil or butter, maple syrup, and a few dashes sea salt over medium heat. Once small bubbles form begin timing for 4 to 5 minutes. Cook, whisking occasionally until thickened and foamy. Quickly pour over popcorn in bowls and toss together using two large spoons. Spread into two shallow baking pans or cookie sheets and place in the oven.

Bake for 10 minutes stirring half way through. Let cool completely. Caramel corn will crisp up as it cools. Store in a tightly sealed container once completely cooled to keep it crisp.
Source: www.NourishingMeals.com




And now on to the giveaways! I am giving away two amazing cookbooks today. The first one is Silvana Nardone's new gluten-free, dairy-free book, Cooking for Isaiah. And the second is Alisa Flemming's book Go Dairy Free! I reviewed Alisa's cookbook last April here on this blog and included her dairy-free nacho cheese sauce. You can read my review for more info on her book.


Enter to win one of these cookbooks! In the past when I've done giveaways such as this one, sometimes the winner doesn't respond. Since your email address is not embedded in your comment it is up to you to check back to see if you've won. If you subscribe by email or RSS you will be notified in my next post.





To enter, just 
leave a comment with your name or initials.
To enter twice, share this post on Twitter, then come back and leave another comment.
To enter a third time, share this post on Facebook, then come back and leave another comment.

This drawing is open until 10pm PST on Thursday December 16th, 2010



This drawing is now closed, thanks for participating!


Update: The winner of Go Dairy Free is: hoopyscoopsmom! Could you please email me with your shipping address? Thanks!  And the winner of Cooking for Isaiah is an Anonymous commenter who left their email address and have already been contacted! Thanks everyone for entering!

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149 comments:

  1. The carmel corn looks fantastic! We make our regular popcorn with coconut oil on the stove...looking forward to trying this soon!

    Would love to win either of these cookbooks. We are an all GF family and mostly dairy free. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Anne P

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  2. I would love to win one of these cookbooks! Sweeny :-)

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  3. as someone who is currently gluten-free and about to go completely dairy and sugar free...HOORAY!

    on another note, this post comes on the heels of a long discussion i had with my mother today about christmas caramel corn memories. perfect!

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  4. As my little grandson would say, "Yummy, Yummy!"

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  5. I hope I can have corn. I haven't tested it yet since starting the elimination diet in July. I'd really like a few more treats over the holidays.

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  6. How awesome it is that you posted this recipe tonight! My daughter was just asking tonight for some caramel corn with nuts to make for Christmas! I was so excited to see this post, already printed and will be making it tomorrow. going to add some cashews and almonds! And would love to win either of these cookbooks!!!

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  7. My son has multiple food allergies. Since finding your website, I have tried quite a few of your recipes. Every single one has been a HUGE hit. Your cookbook is high on my Christmas wish list. =)
    Thank you, thank you!

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  8. Oh wow! This recipe looks amazing!!! And so do those recipe books :)

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  9. I love that you used coconut oil in this caramel corn recipe. I've been meaning to try a coconut oil based toffee/caramel/something. Glad to know it works!
    themommybowl@gmail.com

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  10. Oh wow. This recipe looks amazing!!! And so do those recipe books :)

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  11. Oh wow! This recipe looks amazing!!! And so do those recipe books :)

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  12. Wow, a little treat at christmas, without all the guilt. Although, a little chocolate drizzled might be wonderful :)

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  13. We would love to check out those books at our house.

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  14. Thank you for your supportive and informative blog. It is a gift for me and my 3 gf,casein free and sugar free girls.

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  15. Jennifer StephensonDecember 15, 2010 at 5:27 AM

    The popcorn looks amazing; our family has really been enjoying coconut oil, so think I might try it with this.Recently saw a recipe for rosemary popcorn; toss some fresh rosemary in while corn is popping!

    Jennifer S.

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  16. Thanks for your supportive blog for me and my gf, casein free and sugar free girls.

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  17. This pop corn sounds delightful! I am going to have to try this.
    I would love to win one of these amazing cookbooks! Thanks, Emily P

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  18. I subscribe to your email newsletter. The carmel corn looks sooo good!

    Marcella F

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  19. HiAli! I already bought GDF based on your recommendation, but I would love to try the other one!

    As to caramel corn, I wish I could but I am sensitive. I am interested if you or any readers have good suggestions for corn replacements... I have trouble with things like southwest soups, etc where there is no obvious sub!

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  20. Oooh I can't wait to make this popcorn!! :)

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  21. I can't wait to make this popcorn! YUM! :)

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  22. My son will love this recipe! This is a definite keeper. Thanks Ali!

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  23. I love this web-site! I haven't heard of these cookbooks, but would love to win one! Thanks for all of your recipes!

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  24. Can't have too many cookbooks! Thanks for having such a great giveaway!

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  25. What an amazing gift! I'd love to receive a tin of this...but I guess I'll just have to make my own. :)

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  26. Looks delicious! I'd love to win one of these cookbooks. :)

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  27. Thanks for having a raffle. I would love either cookbook to spice up the holiday season!!

    Thanks,
    Rachael
    Racweber@gmail.com

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  28. I can't wait to try this!

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  29. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway and for serving as an endless resource of great recipes!

    abelmore@purdue.edu

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  30. I am excited to make this caramel corn recipe for a New Year's Eve games party, I will attend. We like to have food on which we can nibble, while still playing the games. I'm sure it will be a big hit! Also, I have shared your website with a friend who's been recently-diagnosed with celiac's disease. I hope the added information and recipes are helping to make her new diet lifestyle a bit easier. And, I would love to win either one of these cookbooks! My email address is: prurelo1@juno.com.

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  31. I was, honest-to-goodness, going to check online today to see if I could find a corn-syrup & dairy-free caramel corn recipe today. It was a bit of kismet to see this post turn up in my email inbox today. :)

    And to see that there is an entry to boot? Well, that is just great!

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  32. Love your recipes. Can't wait to try. And I'd love the books. Gluten free, dairy free, corn free, sometimes egg free family! kathryn

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  33. Ooops....forgot to say that we'll be using sorghum pops for this recipe instead of the popped corn :) - Kathryn

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  34. I have also tweeted this: http://twitter.com/#!/
    pariskarin/status/15053508260667392

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  35. looks delicious. Would love to win the cookbook.

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  36. And Facebooked it, too: http://www.facebook.com/
    karinlynn68/posts/161118267265973

    That Cooking for Isaiah GF-DF cookbook is calling my name!! ;-)

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  37. Thanks for the contest! I would love to win and if not, will check out the books. Thanks so much!

    Learning to live gluten free in Indiana...Kendra khopkins@indiana.edu

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  38. Thanks so much for posting this healthier caramel popcorn recipe. How timely! Would love to win the book by Isaiah's mom. V.S.

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  39. I'm not on Twitter, but I did just find your page on FB and shared your post, so I'm entering again for a cookbook. :) I follow your blog, but hadn't noticed you were also on there. I'm amazed at how great the gluten-free community is on Facebook!

    Thanks,
    Rachael
    racweber@gmail.com

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  40. Not entering the giveaway, but love the caramel corn, Ali! The purchased stuff is so bad for one. So smart to combine the giveaways ... I think I'll copy that! I'm running out of days to do all my posts before Christmas. ;-)

    Hugs,
    Shirley

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  41. Thanks so much for creating this one, time to add one more thing to the "make before Christmas" list.

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  42. I love your online recipes! I would love to have your cookbook too! My husband has diabetes and I have rheumatoid arthritis and since using your recipes, we have noticed improvements in our health. Thank you!

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  43. Carmel corn is going to be a great Christmas gift from this poor Naturopathic medical student, to her mom who loves popcorn very much.

    Please enter me for the chance to win, the books!

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  44. My husband and I love plaing popcorn, but our daughter likes hers all fancied up. I think this will be a winner in our family!
    Greta

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  45. I would LOVE the Cooking for Isaiah cookbook, as I already have the other one. thanks for an awesome giveaway!!
    cropwithme at cox dot net

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  46. This would be an awesome addition to my new cookbook library! Sonya B - sonya blair at gmail dot com

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  47. We've been gluten free for a while and just found out yesterday that we've got to go dairy free also. Great giveaway, thanks!

    - Megan @ The Healing Fork

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  48. Mmmmm! I was just thinking of making carmel corn. Its one of my husband's childhood favorites!

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  49. This is so tasty and easy to make!

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  50. Yum! I am going to try this recipe tonight for movie night! :)
    pandy245 at yahoo dot com

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  51. I would love to win one of the cookbooks--just in time for Christmas!

    :-) Christa

    jczellar@gmail.com

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  52. My kids will love the maple popcorn. We love your blog and cookbook! The more DF,GF,cookbooks the merrier!

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  53. The caramel corn looks very tasty! I think I will make some for family this weekend!

    I would love to win either one of these lovely cookbooks! I have had each of them bookmarked for quite some time.

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  54. Thank you. I have been looking for a healthy caramel corn recipe.

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  55. I can't wait to try this - a dairy free, naturally gluten free caramel corn! Awesome!

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  56. Michael S. says,
    I have been experimenting with different ways to improve my health and lose weight. My Dr. has told we to eliminate wheat and dairy and try to be Gluten Free. Your recipes inspire me as their are many ways to do this any still eat good tasting and healthy food. My next step is to eliminate sugar. I am a good part of the way there on doing that. Eating out is the problem for all these things. My wife loves popcorn and especially caramel corn. I can't wait for her to try this.

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  57. Thank you for reoffering all those books! I hope I win one cookbook!!I always follow your blog, it is full of information, thanks!

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  58. Thank you for another great recipe. I use your cookbook all the time!

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  59. I'm new to gluten and dairy free and this sounds like a great recipe! I'm on the diet due to fibromyalgia and wanting to stay away from traditional medications if possible. My loving husband is doing the diet with me to be supportive! I will enjoy surprising him with this yummy looking popcorn to say thanks... he deserves it!
    Keep the recipes coming and cookbooks are greatly needed for my new life! prandall81@yahoo.com

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  60. Love your recipes and hope you'll be at one of Dr. Wangen's monthly meetings sometime again. I'd like to reduce the fat in this - but will probably just increase the amount of popcorn and keep everything else the same. I am gluten-dairy-egg free and low sugar/fat, which can be challenging but in a good way! Would love either cookbook. jeannebarnum atsign yahoo dot com

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  61. Wow Ali! This is so generous of you! My gluten and dairy free daughter would do cartwheels if we won!

    Thank you,
    Barbara
    cbnbb@earthlink.net

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  62. This caramel corn looks delicious and would make a great gift for anyone. Please enter me in the drawings. I would love to win any of these books. Thanks for your recipes - - I always enjoy them! Melissa

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  63. I have a feeling I'll get a lot of use out of this recipe this season. It looks delicious! I'd get a lot out of the cookbooks too!

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  64. These cookbooks look great! And so does the maple corn...looking forward to making some this weekend...Jill

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  65. I've rediscovered my love for popping popcorn at home. This will be my next venture. . .tonight!

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  66. Just shared this post on FB. ;-)

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  67. Glad to share on FB! Love your blog...

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  68. I can't wait to try this caramel corn! I've been missing that since cutting back on sugar, but this version sounds amazing.

    I would love to win either of those cookbooks! my email is julie.reimers@gmail.com

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  69. I shared this post on Facebook!

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  70. That popcorn looks amazing Ali! I love that the coconut oil adds something special too.

    Well, I obviously don't need a copy of Go Dairy Free, but would love to win the other book!

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  71. I need some serious cookbook updates on my bookshelves. The ones I have no longer fit with the healthy new way that I want to eat!

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  72. The carmel corn sounds great! We are going to make it right now for my kid's piano recital/party. Thanks for making something yummy and EASY! We would love to win one of the cookbooks as we are trying to get away from wheat products but am feeling a bit overwhelmed. It would be lovely to have a beautiful cookbook to inspire me us to better health! Thanks so much for making your recipes avaliable to all. They are wonderful!
    Wendy

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  73. Ali,
    Thank you for all of your wonderful creations. I've been following your blog for the past year now. I'm a Naturopathic student who still finds time to cook between studying thanks to you!
    I'd love a new cookbook for more GF/DF recipe ideas. Best to you and yours this holiday!!

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  74. I would love to win a cookbook. Do you know when is your second one coming out? Your first cookbook is always on my countertop!

    Thank you for a great blog!
    Enter my name for the giveaway!

    Pascale

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  75. Love your website.
    Love your posts.
    Would love to win a cookbook!

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  76. I was just looking for something sweet to take to a party and the maple corn will be perfect!!!!

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  77. I've been wanting a recipe that replaces corn syrup for my baked carmel corn (a holiday staple at our house). Thank you for this! By the way, I have had great success freezing my baked carmel corn. It helps get some of it out of sight so we can enjoy it later!

    I would LOVE a cookbook! We are a gf family who uses very little dairy, but could use some help with more recipes!

    Thanks! Sahnya

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  78. Ali, I've been making similar variations of this corn and am going to post my favorite on my blog soon! I'll be sure to try your recipe too!

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  79. Such a great idea! Might have to steal it for Christmas gifts!

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  80. mmm, maple caramel corn! you know what's crazy!? i just read that you can pop amaranth like popcorn... and you can bet that i'll be trying it this holiday!!!

    yay! another generous giveaway *and* another chance to win kelly's new cookbook! how awesome! thanks, ali :)

    good luck and happy holidays to everyone! take care.

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  81. Looks WONDERFUL!!!!! - Jodi D.

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  82. We looove our popcorn snack every night!! THanks :P

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  83. I'm excited a out the caramel corn and am thinking of adding almonds to it! I enjoy you recipes and am thankful for them. Kosher48@hotmail.com. Dawn

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  84. Thank you Ali- I will try this with coconut oil since we are dairy-free!
    I would love to win either of these cookbooks since I've had to throw most of mine out after finding out my daughter needs to eat gluten-free AND dairy-free!
    Thank goodness for you and Kelly Brozyna- you have shown me a whole new way to cook for my family!
    Bless you!

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  85. What a great idea! Going to have to try this soon.

    And the books in the giveaway look fantastic! I love trying new recipes :)

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  86. Thank you for posting this recipe! I am very excited to make some caramel corn that I can enjoy, withOUT HFCS or dairy (I'll go all-coconut oil). I think this will definitely be worthy of adding to the treats I'm making and giving to neighbors next week. Various flavors of homemade Chex Mix, and Maple Caramel Corn - YUM! Thanks again :)

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  87. So glad I checked your site out today. I was thinking "I want to find a healthier version of carmel corn to bring to a cub scout meeting" and here it is! Just this fall I found your site and love the recipes. While snowed in last Sat. made a big batch of candied walnuts for gifts, so yummy, and I use to hate walnuts! Next on my list to bake is your GF chocolate cake (besides the carmel corn). Thank you.

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  88. Fun! I'm going to try this with grapeseed oil since I've had success carmelizing nuts using that.

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  89. Love the popcorn recipe. A sweet treat that works for me. I'd love to win either cookbook to help me along the way with my ongoing food journey. I love to keep experimenting and figuring out what makes me feel my best. Thanks for a great resoure with your blog!

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  90. I recently went to my local bookstore looking for a cookbook with gluten free and dairy free recipes. And could not find a single one! It is great to know about these, as my niece has also just realized that she has both of these sensitivities. I also am glad to see the review of the diary free book, as I do not have a cookbook with this focus yet. Thanks for being such a wonderful resource!

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  91. wow that popcorn looks so yummy. We just got a gift bag of some similar popcorn. How great to have a recipe to make some at home!

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  92. Wow! This looks soooooo yummy!

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  93. Wow! This sounds soooooooo yummy!

    wintlefamily@centurytel.net

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  94. Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

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  95. Thanks for the giveaway. I've heard such wonderful things about these cookbooks. I'd love to own a copy :) Stephanie

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  96. Can't wait to try the maple corn recipe. I haven't eaten popcorn since my diagnosis and I really miss it.

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  97. this would be perfect for my sister and I. and my mom loves caramel corn - thank you for a recipe we all can enjoy

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  98. I'd love to make this a day ahead and place it in a tin. Does anyone know if it keeps well for a day or two if stored in a container?

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  99. what a great recipe! going to make this for an upcoming birthday party! can olive oil be used instead of coconut oil?
    and a giveaway on top of it all?! yay!
    thanks!

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  100. Thank you for sharing this great recipe! I would LOVE to win one of the cookbooks (Cooking for Isaiah is on my Christmas wish list)!

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  101. I linked to you on Facebook for another chance to win. :)

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  102. i've been wanting to check these out - and thank you for the maple syrup popcorn recipe!

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  103. I love maple popcorn! My husband has been making this for us for years. MMMM!! And would (of course) love a new cookbook!

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  104. Your blog has great information. Thank you for sharing.

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  105. These recipes look delicious and are a wonderful addition to the holidays. A recipe book would be amazing!

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  106. I would love to win the Go Dairy Free book! My son has an anaphylactic dairy allergy and it would be great to learn how to make more dairy-ish meals for the rest of the family to enjoy.

    Thank you so much for your blog! I recommend to everyone I talk to. I have LOVED every recipe in your cookbook too.

    Thank you again,
    Taera
    taerynne@yahoo.com

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  107. I love you recipes...and I've been wanting to do a 'caramel' type popcorn for Christmas gifts...looks like I've found the recipe now! Thx.

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  108. I am thankful I found your fabulous website! I just love all the recipes! Thanks for all you do!
    Susan H

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  109. would LOVE one of these cookbooks! The recipes look amazing

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  110. shared on twitter and facebook. We can't have coconut but think I will try a replacement cuz this looks really great!

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  111. SOOO excited about the cookbook giveaway (you guys are rad!) but even MORE excited about the popcorn recipe! I am sooooo making a big batch this weekend for the holly daze to come!

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  112. Post to twitter hope to win your wonderful cookbook
    Susan H

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  113. Post to facebook, can't wait!
    Susan H.

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  114. My daughter and I made the caramel corn and then ate it by the bowlful! I would love to win either of these cookbooks to put a little spice in our cooking life. -Abbi

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  115. Our family has dramatically changed our eating since we found out my 8 year old son had so many food allergies. We all were tested and found out we're all gluten, dairy, egg intolerant. Any kind of help with recipes would be wonderful with help from a new Cook book!
    debpublic@shanholtz.com Thanks! Debbie

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  116. I cannot wait to try this! The caramel corn looks absolutely delicious and I am eager to try it both ways (with Earth balance butter and Coconut oil):)

    Earlier this year when I found out that I could no longer eat wheat, garlic, or dairy I was feeling very lost... until I discovered this blog. Thank you again for another awesome recipe <3

    Tiffany

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  117. Yay for awesome cookbooks! Cooking for my dad who is beef/dairy/rice allergic. :)

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  118. Always love a sweet and salty combo!

    As a Bastyr grad and dietitian in training (intern) I am constantly referring patients to your cookbook for tasty and nutritious recipes that are allergy friendly. Keep 'em coming!

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  119. I am ready to try either cookbook.

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  120. We'd love a new gluten free, dairy free cookbook. My 8 year old son would thank you and my 6 year old daughter as well. We are all now gluten free and dairy & egg free & soy free! It's wonderful to have these wise people with great recipes! Debpublic@shanholtz.com

    Thanks! Debbie

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  121. Mmmmmmmmmmm
    looks delish!
    Ariana Anderson
    thefrugallyrichlife@gmail.com

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  122. Yum! We are all over this! Pick me! Pick me! Barb

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  123. I am dairy and gluten free and NEED some fresh input and new ideas!

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  124. My most wanted cookbook right now IS actually Cooking for Isaiah - would love to win a copy!

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  125. I'm going to make this as a Christmas thank you for a celiac friend who is "lending" us her home over the holidays. She loves these kind of treats!

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  126. Thank you for sharing the books!
    Can't wait to see GF & DF recipes.
    Tranhasmail@gmail.com

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  127. Thank you for the popcorn recipe just in time! Can't wait to check out the books.

    Thanks!
    LU, PW

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  128. My brother would go crazy over this - thanks!!

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  129. Would love to have more cook books like yours. I react to everything and love to get away from dairy and gluten in a yummier way
    Catherine

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  130. Oh bless you (I don't know if I'm qualified to bless but...) for that caramel corn recipe. It's a HUGE craving of mine but I can't have cane sugar in any form. This will be such a nice holiday treat for me!

    I just bought Kelly's Grain-free book, I can't WAIT till it gets here! If I'm lucky enough to be chosen, I would love the slow cooker book. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  131. This is fantastic! I think anything that goes into the oven satisfies my desires for Christmas treats as much as the taste. We've made the maple nuts, too, and are giving those as gifts.
    Thanks for the great recipes!

    Heidi

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  132. Yum!!! It's me, Erika :) My family is egg free & dairy free with a gluten rotation. Thank you!

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  133. This Maple Caramel Corn is delicious and easy to make. Thanks for the recipe!

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  134. I just love trying out new recipes from new cookbooks! Can't wait to try out the caramel corn recipe!

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  135. Being an acupuncturist I see lots of people going to me with digestive problems. Those who say they need to get off gluten but don't because it is so hard. I always suggest your cookbook because of the simplicity and healthy delicious choices. I can't wait to get your second book.
    Keep up the great work!
    Suzanne

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  136. I'm gluten free and just found your blog and the caramel corn recipe. Yum!!

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  137. the caramel corn looks DEVINE!

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  138. Just made this caramel corn tonight and WOW! WOWOWOWOW! It is absolutely amazing. I used the coconut oil, and it gives it just this subtle hint... and it isn't too sweet... SO GOOD. Thank you!

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  139. You should pick me. Why? I'm 67 years old and in terrible pain from a car accident and chiropractic care gone wrong. I need help changing a lifetime of bad habits and their contribution to the back, feet, legs, and neck pain.

    I'm trying to get my mojo back with cultured foods. I really don't know what I'm doing, but I'm sure a new cookbook by an expert at lacto-fermentation will be a rest-of-my-life companion!

    Pick me and I'll talk you UP when people ask me how I made the changes!

    Lovingly VS victoria2dc... you have the rest of my e-mail.

    Hugs to your family!

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  140. You should pick me. Why? I'm 67 years old and in terrible pain from a car accident and chiropractic care gone wrong. I need help changing a lifetime of bad habits and their contribution to the back, feet, legs, and neck pain.

    I'm trying to get my mojo back with cultured foods. I really don't know what I'm doing, but I'm sure a new cookbook by an expert at lacto-fermentation will be a rest-of-my-life companion!

    Pick me and I'll talk you UP when people ask me how I made the changes!

    Lovingly VS victoria2dc... you have the rest of my e-mail.

    Hugs to your family!

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