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Popcorn Toppings

Popcorn Toppings

Popcorn Toppings

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The endless number of various toppings out there make popcorn one of the easiest and most versatile snacks I know. It's my go-to snack not only for movies and Dr. Who marathons, but also ball games, potlucks and picnics. Everyone loves popcorn, and if you can bring yourself to cut down on the butter (I know I sure can't) it can be a low calorie, high-fiber option for snacking.

Nothing beats a trip to the old ball yard for summertime fun, and here in Seattle we're lucky to have T-Mobile Park, one of the nicest ball fields in the country. We're also fortunate that on most nights you can get in for as little as ten bucks, but as everyone knows the real cost comes inside the park on the expensive food and drink. So to stretch my budget I like to make a big batch of popcorn, toss it with a few different popcorn toppings, put each batch in a paper bag and head down to watch the M's. It was the perfect snack to watch the recent historical perfect game, and I even had enough money left over to celebrate with a cold adult beverage!

In the recipe below I'll tell you about some of our favorite popcorn toppings, but these aren't the only options by any means. We're always discovering great new spice blends to use as popcorn toppings and would love to hear what your favorite is! Let us know in the comments below and it just may end up in my bag at the next big Mariners game, Go M's!
Yields
1 servings
Popcorn Toppings

Ingredients

Air Popper:

1/2 cup popcorn kernels

1/4 cup butter, melted (or more if you want - we won't tell!)

Salt to taste

3-4 tablespoons Ranch Seasoning Microwave:

1 bag popcorn, plain

2-3 tablespoons Cinnamon Toast Spice 

Directions


Air Popper:Pop the popcorn. Drizzle the butter over the popcorn, tossing to coat. Sprinkle the salt and Ranch Seasoning over the popcorn and toss well.Enjoy!

Microwave:

Pop popcorn as directed in microwave and immediately add the Cinnamon Toast Spice to the bag. Give the popcorn a good shake for about 10 seconds so the popcorn is evenly covered with spice. Enjoy!

Variation: You can omit the salt and add 3-4 tablespoons of our Bar-H Beef Rub. (It sounds a little weird, but is always a big hit at our popcorn tastings).

The possibilities are endless! Let us know what fun combinations you've come up with!

Popcorn Toppings

Popcorn Toppings

COOK TIME:

Air Popper:

1/2 cup popcorn kernels

1/4 cup butter, melted (or more if you want - we won't tell!)

Salt to taste

3-4 tablespoons Ranch Seasoning Microwave:

1 bag popcorn, plain

2-3 tablespoons Cinnamon Toast Spice 


Air Popper:Pop the popcorn. Drizzle the butter over the popcorn, tossing to coat. Sprinkle the salt and Ranch Seasoning over the popcorn and toss well.Enjoy!

Microwave:

Pop popcorn as directed in microwave and immediately add the Cinnamon Toast Spice to the bag. Give the popcorn a good shake for about 10 seconds so the popcorn is evenly covered with spice. Enjoy!

Variation: You can omit the salt and add 3-4 tablespoons of our Bar-H Beef Rub. (It sounds a little weird, but is always a big hit at our popcorn tastings).

The possibilities are endless! Let us know what fun combinations you've come up with!

Popcorn Toppings

The endless number of various toppings out there make popcorn one of the easiest and most versatile snacks I know. It's my go-to snack not only for movies and Dr. Who marathons, but also ball games, potlucks and picnics. Everyone loves popcorn, and if you can bring yourself to cut down on the butter (I know I sure can't) it can be a low calorie, high-fiber option for snacking.

Nothing beats a trip to the old ball yard for summertime fun, and here in Seattle we're lucky to have T-Mobile Park, one of the nicest ball fields in the country. We're also fortunate that on most nights you can get in for as little as ten bucks, but as everyone knows the real cost comes inside the park on the expensive food and drink. So to stretch my budget I like to make a big batch of popcorn, toss it with a few different popcorn toppings, put each batch in a paper bag and head down to watch the M's. It was the perfect snack to watch the recent historical perfect game, and I even had enough money left over to celebrate with a cold adult beverage!

In the recipe below I'll tell you about some of our favorite popcorn toppings, but these aren't the only options by any means. We're always discovering great new spice blends to use as popcorn toppings and would love to hear what your favorite is! Let us know in the comments below and it just may end up in my bag at the next big Mariners game, Go M's!

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