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Daizy Maise Carmel Corn

Bowl of Caramel Corn from Daisy Maiz Caramel Corn in Vancouver, WA

Grandma would approve.

I have a soft spot in my heart for caramel corn.

When I was a young girl and spent weekends with my grandmother, she’d pop up some corn and cover it with golden caramel. Ever since, I’ve loved this sweet crunchy snack and a company that makes a deliciously fresh, chewy caramel corn is Daisy Maize, in Vancouver, Washington.

Overflowing bowl of caramel corn from Daisy Maiz Caramel Corn & Kettle Corn

The secret to great caramel corn is freshness and not making it overly sweet. Daisy Maiz makes caramel corn my grandmother would love.

This local company makes their Daisy Maiz Caramel Corn with corn, brown sugar, butter, organic corn syrup, and a bit of baking soda. There are no fillers, no preservatives, and the result is grandmother good. The corn isn’t too sweet and it isn’t sticky.

If you’re a caramel corn fan like me, you’ll love Daisy Maiz Caramel Corn and can find it at Fudge Fix (Allen Anderson, the master popcorn man who makes the stuff, is husband of Fudge Fix’s Georgann Anderson, the Fudge Queen — see our full review). Daisy Maiz Caramel Corn also available at a number of area stores. (They also make kettle corn, which RFT reviewers did not sample). —Review BH

Daisy Maiz Caramel Corn & Kettle Corn
607 Washington St.
Vancouver, WA

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Bobbie Hasselbring

RFT founder and the website's former editor-in-chief, Bobbie Hasselbring has been a travel junkie her entire life. She's been an award-winning writer and editor for more than 25 years and author of the regional food-travel bestsellers, The Chocolate Lover’s Guide to the Pacific Northwest and The Chocolate Lover’s Guide Cookbook.