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12 Healthy Ways to Top Popcorn. 1. Hot-Cocoa Powder 40 calories, 1.5 grams fat per 1/2 packet. 2. Ground Ginger 2 calories, 0 g fat per 1/4 teaspoon. 3. Ground Cinnamon 6 calories, 0 g fat per 1 teaspoon. 4. Coconut Shreds 29 calories, 2 g fat per tablespoon.

5. 9 Best Tips For Healthier Popcorn 1. Make popcorn on the stovetop. Air popped popcorn uses no oil, meaning it has the fewest calories. Not only can you 2. Use walnut, avocado or extra virgin olive oils.

Walnut, avocado or extra virgin olive oils are best when making 3. Manage portion sizes. A. Popcorn has gotten a bad rap, from movie theater tubs overflowing with salt and grease. But if you can resist drenching it in butter, popcorn is in fact a whole grain, boasting fiber, antioxidants, and other health benefits. Get back to the grain and lighten up your toppings for a.

Healthy Ways to Top Your Popcorn. Possibly the perfect snack, popcorn has more antioxidants than veg. Here are a dozen ways to pimp it out. 12. Turkey Bacon.

61 calories, 4 g fat per 1 thick. A whopping 3 cups of air-popped popcorn is a mighty filling whole-grain snack yet only has 92 calories, plus 19 g carbs, 3 g protein, and 4 g fiber. But have you ever eaten plain air-popped popcorn? It can be rather bland and dry.

As the saying goes, the secret’s in the sauce. For under 150 calories, you can flavor your popcorn in plenty of ways. Popcorn is an incredibly healthy snack.

However, it can be prepared in ways that are less than healthful. For example, 1 cup of air-popped popcorn has about 30 calories, 1 gram of fiber, 1 gram of protein and very little fat. Transform popcorn into Mexican cuisine with authentic flair.

Here’s how! Spritz freshly popped popcorn with cooking spray, drizzle with a little honey and then toss with lime zest, sea salt, ancho chili powder and ground cumin. Place the popcorn back on. Powerfood Popcorn Trail Mix. Follow the instructions for how to make popcorn but omit the salt.

When the popcorn is completely cooled, stir in 2 cups of dried cherries or cranberries, 1 cup of raw cacao nibs, 2 cups of whole almonds and 1 cup of unsweetened flaked coconut. Store in an airtight container. Way Too Good Toffee Chocolate Popcorn.

#7. Electric Popcorn Maker. The electric popcorn makers are similar to the Whirley pop and the stove top methods but they use electricity and have an automatic stirrer placed in the bottom to keep the kernels moving. #8. Electric Skillet.

Don’t want to turn the stove on? Break out the electric skillet to pop those kernels! I even found a video on how to make popcorn in the Electric Skillet.

1. Popcorn may be healthier than fruit and vegetables. Advertising Is popcorn healthy? The answer, not including 2. Stick with wholegrain kernels and steer clear of microwaveable varieties.

Advertising Some modern brands are 3. Cook popcorn at home for a nutritious, cheap.

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The best popcorn I have ever tasted is one I make with gourmet red “strawberry” popcorn kernels popped in rosemary-infused grapeseed oil and served with a nondairy, nonhydrogenated butter-like spread, with salt and optional nutritional yeast.

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Here are some ideas to try: ✓ Air-popped popcorn drizzled with olive oil, salt, and nutritional yeast

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Air-popped popcorn is virtually oil free; one cup provides only 30 calories and 0.4 g of fat.

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Popcorn with salt-free butter and herbal seasoning

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‘’ Popcorn: Air-popped popcorn is a fun, low-calorie snack.

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popcorn mentally friendly, absorbs shock well, clean (don’t use salt and butter, but you knew that), low in calories Cons: Cost, time to pop anywhere there may be varmints who like it.

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Popcorn laden with butter and covered with salt is not a healthful snack, nor is a batch popped with the aid of oil, even if vegetable oil is used.

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Fresh, unsalted popcorn is very healthy.

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The easiest and healthiest kind to eat is saltand butter-free popcorn.

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To pop popcorn on the stove, put 2 tablespoons of the olive oil and the popcorn in a saucepan.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • i just bought 2 bags of popcorn kernels to help me avoid chips. i just had them w/ sea salt, but ill try these too!! thank you for the recipes!!

  • They now have it at the movie theater I go to where it has a butter dispenser where you can do it yourself now. But they don’t have any seasonings. Probably not yet. But it doesn’t bother me. When I have popcorn at the movies, I’d just add butter. But at home, I’d add some seasonings, like the white cheddar, nacho cheddar, you Know. Depending on what I got at home.

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  • OMG I LOVE THIS I have the same exact machine and the salt always sinks to the bottom of the bowl and I get so annoyed THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS I LOVE U

  • The last one is particularly not appealing and strange!���� And true nobody eats only a cup of popcorn. I know some of my Indian relatives flavour their popcorn with curry and chilli powder but never tried

  • Flavacol is the brand of popcorn seasoning used by movie theaters. You can buy it at Amazon. It’s finely powdered salt with some other flavorings. Non-dairy.

    I put my half teaspoon of Flavacol in two ounces of coconut oil in a small 2 oz clear plastic portion cup that is often used for takeout salad dressing at a salad bar. I keep these in the freezer. I put one of these along with half a cup of popcorn in my hand crank popcorn popper. Life is too short to eat styrofoam packing material popcorn.

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