Thursday, April 14, 2011

Homemade Microwave Popcorn

We love popcorn around here and eat it often as a snack.
A couple of my kids beg me to buy the microwave popcorn at the grocery store, but it is usually much cheaper to buy kernels and pop it at home.
Well, I ran across this idea and was pleasantly surprised!
Homemade microwave popcorn...easy, thrifty, and delicious!

Here is the recipe:
1/4 cup popcorn
2 tsp. olive or vegetable oil
1/4 tsp. salt
brown paper lunch bag

I combine everything in my measuring cup.

Pour into bag and give a little shake.

Fold down top a couple of times and secure with a piece of tape.

Microwave for 2-3 minutes or until there is about 5 seconds between pops.
Whalaa!
You have a delicious snack!



Hope you enjoy:).

~Julia

7 comments:

A Baker's Dozen Barnhouse News said...

Hi,

One of my daughters found your website, and I've enjoyed having a look around:) We LOVE popcorn...we especially like to add some nutritional yeast. Yum! We'll be back:) Blessings!

Sherry

A Baker's Dozen Barnhouse News said...

Hi,

Just wanted to let you know that we hope to make the soap dispenser in the canning jar, and we also love your toothbrush-in-a-jar idea! We have lots of toothbrushes to keep up with around here, and I'm always hoping for a more workable idea:) And thanks again for the popcorn idea!

Blessings from your newest follower!

Sherry

A Bit of Our World said...

How fun, thank you for sharing!

Popcorn Popper said...

one of those things that make you go.. "why didn;t I think of that?" AWESOME!

Linda Stubbs said...

Thank you for putting this up.........amazing. I had know idea that you could do this.

I will try with my family.........they would love it.

Blessings, Linda

Anne Marie... said...

we got rid of our micro...so we make it on the stove...there is nothing better than homemade popcorn...yum!

thank you so much for such sweet sentiments Julia...I too enjoy your blog very much

xo+blessings,
Anne Marie

kim rakes said...

your blog has me sucked in right now! homemade yogart... and now popcorn. my husband is going to wonder when i became so DIY in the kitchen. it is definitley not one of my strong points ;)

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