With the booming popularity of Pinterest I find myself, more than ever, questioning, “Why didn’t I think of that?”. Some ideas are so clever it leaves me in awe.
Brown paper lunch sac + popcorn kernels = air popped popcorn…with no dishes. Or oil.
This idea…it’s ingenious. But I wouldn’t have ever come up with it because I’d have considered a fire a more likely result than perfectly popped popcorn.
SEVERAL month (years?) ago, I bought a bag of popcorn kernels with every intention of making stove-top popcorn. (In case you’ve been living under a rock, microwave popcorn has become another food under question).
And that stove-top popcorn…it never happened.
Then there’s there’s the oil in the bottom of that big’ol pot, and I don’t know about you, but I just don’t need or want those added calories.
This popcorn can be be made just about anywhere with a microwave, including work. This is a cheaper and healthier option when compared to microwave popcorn and is pretty much fool-proof. Feel free to add seasonings to taste – stevia & cinnamon, garlic salt, seasoning salt…whatever is your pleasure!
Easy Microwave Popcorn from Good Thymes and Good Food
1/4 cup popcorn kernels
1 brown paper lunch bag
seasoning salt, to taste (optional)
Place popcorn kernels into the bag. Fold bag over in half-inch increments, twice.
Place in microwave, standing upright, and set for 3 minutes (popcorn may be done after 2:30 to 2:45) or use popcorn button, if available. Listen carefully for kernels to stop popping. As soon as the popping stops, take the bag out of the microwave and season with seasoning salt, if desired. Yield: 1 serving.
Nutrition Information (per serving): 130 calories; 1 g. fat; 0 mg. cholesterol; 10 mg. sodium; 26 g. carbohydrate; 5 g. fiber; 4 g. protein
Result: Crunchy and fresh! This easy peasy popcorn couldn’t be easier to make and is packed with filling fiber. Enjoy![/print_this]