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Gluten-Free Tuesday: Chocolate Chipotle Bacon Popcorn. [Photograph: Elizabeth Barbone] Earlier this fall, I visited a shop that specialized in unique popcorn flavors. I wanted to come home with armfuls of "baked potato popcorn" and "chocolate kettle corn" but every bag carried a "may contain" warning. If you don't have food allergies or intolerances you might not notice the small "may contain tree nuts" or "may contain wheat" disclaimers on foods that don't list an allergen as an ingredient but may contain an allergen thanks to cross-contact that occurs during manufacturing.

While the popcorn that enticed me didn't technically contain any of my allergens, it was off-limits thanks to the "may contain" warning*. I left the shop empty-handed but with a serious urge for some popcorn. Enter Chocolate Chipotle Bacon Popcorn. The first few batches I made without bacon. Well...this popcorn was better with bacon. *I realize not everyone with food allergies avoids foods that carry "may contain" warnings; however, I do. Furikake kettle corn | heo yeah yum: a food blog. Not too long ago, I was at the grocery store looking for a movie snack in the chips and soda aisle. I’m usually a potato chip kind of gal, but that night, I picked out a bag of locally made kettle corn because the person I was with said, “I really like kettle corn!”

And I felt peer-pressured into buying it. So I did. It was awesome! It was popcorn that had a crunchy sugar crust over the popped kernels, doused with a nice sprinkling of salt. I think the awesomeness was a surprise for me because the last time I had kettle corn, I was much younger and my popcorn was either always handed to me over a cash register or popped in the microwave. Have you ever tried microwaved kettle corn? So I became obsessed with making kettle corn at home for a while last year. But I didn’t actually write down the method. A lot of recipes for kettle corn use the same ratio of ingredients. Note: Popping over medium to medium-high is important.

Furikake kettle corn Recipe type: Snack Cuisine: American/Japanese. Easy Flavored Popcorn Recipe | Crackle Corn! If you are looking for an Easy Flavored Popcorn Recipe, be sure to check out my recipe for Crackle Corn! This Easy Flavored Popcorn Recipe for Crackle Corn is one of my favorites to make during the fall and winter. Something about it just feels like a holiday tradition! Perhaps that is because my Mom made this every October and around Christmas time.

Once you make this recipe it will become one of your favorites! If you aren’t looking for gift ideas, just make this for yourself and your family! Crackle Corn Here’s what you need! Directions: Pre-heat your oven to 250 Degrees. Pop Popcorn Kernels in a Brown Paper Bag – I used 1/4 cup of popcorn kernels to make 2 quarts of popcorn in a brown paper bag. *Tip: 8 Cups of Popcorn = 2 Quarts of Popcorn, so you will need a total of 16 Cups of freshly popped popcorn! Combine the Butter, Karo Corn Syrup, Sugar, and Salt into a sauce pan and cook it on the stove until the ingredients begin to boil (be sure to stir this while it is on the stove). Stovetop Popcorn - Je suis alimentageuse.