Caramel corn is a confection made of popcorn covered in caramel or molasses, creating a sweet, crunchy treat. Mixes of caramel corn often contain nuts, like peanuts or almonds. Certain types of caramel corn are made with a white sugar-based caramel rather than the traditional brown sugar versions, for a lighter and more buttery flavor. The combination of caramel and corn dates back at least as far as the 1890s with Cracker Jacks. There are many commercial forms of caramel corn available, such as Cracker Jack, Fiddle Faddle and Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs. Other caramelized flavorings may also be used. Chocolate, strawberry, watermelon, coconut, green apple, and blueberry are the most commonly found flavors, though many more often exist in specialized candy shops. These flavors of caramel corn can often be found in candy shops and specialized stores within malls and milk bars. In the past, it has been wrapped around the Christmas tree as a decoration.