Baby popcorn is your movie night snack leveled up.
Everyone loves a good bowl of popcorn. The one thing we don’t like so much is how it sticks in your teeth! This variety of popcorn is the solution. It’s tiny, it’s tasty, and most importantly, it leaves your teeth alone!
Amy Richardson shares details about this Amish popcorn. She shares where it comes from, and a tasty recipe to whip up next time you plan a movie night.
Pink Hawaiian Kettle Popcorn
- 3 tbs unfiltered virgin coconut oil
- 1/3 cup white sugar
- 1/2 cup popcorn
- 1/4 tsp Fine Pink Himalayan Salt
Stove top method:
Place all ingredients into stove top popper, and pop according to manufacturers instruction.
Heat coconut oil and sugar together until dissolved. Drizzle over popped corn and sprinkle with salt.
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