Perfect Stovetop Popcorn

Perfect Stovetop Popcorn | Real Food Outlaws

 There’s nothing better than some crunchy popcorn and a great movie to end a long day! 

Microwave popcorn, though convenient is full of chemicals that I’d rather not have in my body. Even the bag is toxic!

I’m sure my seasoned real foodies don’t need a post like this. You’ve already been popping corn this way for years, no doubt. However, there are those at the beginning of their journey who need a real food basics post such as this! This is for them!

Stovetop popcorn, or kettlecorn is super easy to make and much healthier than even air-popped popcorn because there are healthy fats cooked right into it. It’s gluten-free so as long as you don’t have a corn allergy or are super-strict paleo, this will be a good snack choice for you. 

I like to pack some into little containers and take it on trips to the park for a quick snack. You can also make popcorn balls, honey caramel corn and plenty of other fun things with it.

All you need to make Perfect Stovetop Popcorn is:

  1. Place 1/2 cup of the oil into the stockpot.
  2. Allow to melt on medium-high heat and then add 1 cup of the popcorn kernels (for kettlecorn, add a tablespoon or so of coconut sugar).
  3. Cover the stockpot tightly with a lid.
  4. Wait for popcorn to just about stop popping and remove from stove.
  5. Pour into waiting bowls and sprinkle with salt.
  6. You may desire some extra pastured butter drizzled on your share (I like mine Italian-style sprinkled with oregano).

Be nourished. Be happy.

Enjoy your healthy popcorn!

signature
PAID ENDORSEMENT DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.

Comments

Trackbacks

Leave a Reply