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10 Creative Ways to Flavour Your Popcorn

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10 Creative Ways to Flavour Your Popcorn

You’ve tried sweetened popcorn. You’ve tried salted popcorn. You might well have even tried sweet & salted popcorn. Great flavours, but they merely scratch the surface of what it’s possible to achieve with a fresh batch of popcorn.

Plug in the popcorn maker, pour in the kernels and get ready for a taste sensation, x 10! 

Spicy Nutella Popcorn

A Healthy Jalapeno created this sweet and spicy recipe in honour of World Nutella Day. There’s no way we’re going to be restricted to enjoying this once a year, though. It’s way too delicious for that!


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Apple Pie Popcorn

In the US they have Apple Cinnamon Cheerios – Cheerios that taste like apple pie! Sweet as a Cookie’s popcorn recipe is the closet you’re going to get to said Cheerios in the UK. Not only is apple pie popcorn incredibly tasty, it’s healthy and sugar-free. There are no downsides!


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Churro Popcorn

Churro popcorn. Popcorn in a sugary cinnamon coating. It’s a thing of beauty. Oh, Sweet Basil, we salute you.


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Garam Masala Popcorn

Given that the majority of popcorn lovers like theirs sweetened, a recipe for garam masala popcorn is a bit left field. But trust us when we tell you that PopSugar’s combination of turmeric and chilli powder is incredible.


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Pepperoni Pizza Popcorn

Popcorn and pizza are two of our favourite foods. Merging the two seems like a natural progression.  Fine Cooking’s recipe coats fresh popcorn in cheese, pepperoni and herbs for a snack that’s a real crowd pleaser.


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Salt & Vinegar Popcorn

Salt & Vinegar popcorn is one of a new breed of gourmet popcorn flavours that are popular in supermarkets at the moment. With some kosher salt, white balsamic vinegar and a little dried dill, Cookies & Cups walk you through the process of making a batch of your own.


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Peanut Butter Popcorn

Peanut butter is great on anything, popcorn is a natural fit. The Lemon Bowl’s recipe uses Bob’s Red Mill kernels, but feel free to use any kernels you like. The magic is in the peanut butter!


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S’mores Popcorn Mix

Popcorn drizzled in chocolate is good. Popcorn drizzled in chocolate, marshmallows, crackers and chocolate chips is on a whole different level. A fun and easy-to-make recipe from the archives of Deliciously Yum.


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Dorito Popcorn

Whole New Mom’s savoury popcorn recipe has all the great flavour of cool ranch Doritos (other seasoned tortilla chips are available) without any of the nasty processed stuff. It’s dairy-free too!


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Marshmallow Popcorn Bars

Brit + Co asks a little more of you than simply flavouring your popcorn. Not much more, mind you. These chewy marshmallow bars require only five ingredients.

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You’ve tried sweetened popcorn. You’ve tried salted popcorn. You might well have even tried sweet & salted popcorn. Great flavours, but they merely scratch the surface of what it’s possible to achieve with a fresh batch of popcorn.

Plug in the popcorn maker, pour in the kernels and get ready for a taste sensation, x 10!