These popcorn topping recipes have an amazing taste, and these tastes are not ones you can buy in the store. Their exclusive nature makes them just that much more appetizing. Here is a hint as you are preparing these recipes: 1 TBSP of un-popped kernels makes about 2 1/2 cups of popped corn. Depending on how much popped corn you have, you may need to increase or decrease the amount of topping mix you make.
Apple Pie Popcorn – Why not mix sweet with salty in this tasty recipe? For every two cups of popped popcorn, add 1 TBSP of coconut oil, 1/8 tsp of vanilla extract, 1 tsp of apple pie spice, 1/4 tsp of cinnamon, and a sprinkling of sugar. You need to melt the oil first, and when the oil is melted, add the other ingredients and stir. Pour this combination over the popped popcorn to enjoy your apple pie.
Pumpkin Popcorn – This popcorn can give you a delicious Thanksgiving taste all year round! To make this recipe, you want to add about 1/2 TBSP of coconut oil and 1/2 TBSP of maple syrup or honey. You also need to include a spot of pumpkin puree. Cook these three ingredients over medium heat for a few minutes then add a sprinkle of cinnamon and salt. Stir once more and pour over your popped kernels. Let the popcorn sit, and the glaze will harden.
Chocolate Drizzle Popcorn – This recipe will really hit your sweet tooth, and best of all, it is deceivingly simple. Don’t let its simplicity fool you into thinking the taste is simple too. All you need are chocolate chips for this recipe. Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. You will need to take out and stir every minute to make sure that you are not overheating. Once the chocolate chips have reached a smooth consistency, you will drizzle them over the popcorn. Make sure you stir the popcorn after drizzling the chocolate so that the chocolate will not just reach the kernels on top.
Italian Bread Stick Popcorn – This recipe will give your popcorn a sophisticated taste made from the mix of spices. You will need the following ingredients: 1 TBSP basil, 1 TBSP parsley, 1/2 tsp of garlic salt, 1 tsp of salt, and 2 TBSP of olive oil. This popcorn topping will cover up to eight cups of popped popcorn. Once the popcorn is popped, transfer it to a large bowl with a lid. Add your topping, seal with the lid, and shake thoroughly. The key to this recipe is mixing when the popcorn is hot so that it will stick to the kernels.
These popcorn toppings can all give your popcorn a new, unique taste that makes sure there are no leftovers. Enjoy your new and improved popcorn!