Try these seven savory and sweet flavors for a new twist on traditional popcorn.
Sweet tooths, rejoice! It's easy to mix up a batch of your favorite campfire treat, reimagined as popcorn. Ingredients: Popped popcorn 1/4 cup honey graham cereal 2 tablespoons mini marshmellows 1 tablespoon mini semi-sweet chocolate pieces Directions: 1. Stir all ingredients together and enjoy!
When you crave caramel popcorn, reach for this buttery-tasting treat with half the fat of old-fashioned caramel popcorn. What's the secret ingredient? Butterscotch or butter pecan pudding mix.
For a sweet and spicy treat that can be made in a snap, this one can't be beat. If you want an easy shortcut, purchase popped popcorn instead of popping it yourself.
This sugar and spice coated popcorn makes a great after-school snack.
Spice up movie night with this cheesy barbecue popcorn that packs a punch. Ingredients: Popped popcorn Butter flavor spray 1/4 teaspoon BBQ seasoning Cheddar cheese flavored rice cakes 2 tablespoons Habanero BBQ almonds Directions: 1. Spray popcorn with butter flavor spray. 2. Add the BBQ seasoning. 3. Sprinkle on a few cheddar cheese cakes. 4. Add the almonds and mix.
Pop a batch of plain microwave popcorn or use part of a package of popped corn from your supermarket.
Here's the best caramel corn we've ever tasted. You had better make a batch for yourself, or your gift bag might end up half-full!
Caramel-coated popcorn and peanuts make a snack the kids are likely to dive in for.
A pastel sugar coating sweetens popcorn in this easy recipe. Choose the appropriate color of food coloring for the holiday you're celebrating.