No need to buy microwave popcorn. Put a 1/4 cup of popcorn in a lunch paper bag and microwave for around a minute and 33 seconds. Will vary on the microwave and there you have popcorn. Save the bag and reuse last quite a few cycles. Less expensive and better for you!
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Instead of microwave popcorn which often has a lot of fat, chemicals for butter-flavor, and is quite expensive, it's easy to pop corn on the stove. You don't need a special popcorn popper. Just a covered pot, two tablespoons of canola oil, and 1/4 cup of popcorn over medium-high heat. Remove from heat as soon as the popping almost stops. Salt and Enjoy !
Jolly Time Popcorn 100 Calorie Microwave popcorn has dextrose and Malitol in it. Tast is awful. May SPIKE YOUR BLOOD SUGAR, it did mine. Dont buy this! Isn't America Fat enough...who puts sugar in popcorn anyway? They do....YUCK!
How many places have you read that you can take a lunch sack and popcorn kernals and make your own DIY microwave popcorn? I never believed it - but it's true! Kernals in a brown bag, fold the top a few times and pop for about 2.5 minutes - today I topped mine with feta and smoked paprika! YUM!
... no oil, no butter (but you can use spray butter)
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