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To those who can digest and enjoy popcorn, it is a wonderful treat. It can also be completely guilt-free if you stick to natural ingredients and healthy cooking methods. Try this delicious cinnamon popcorn recipe that will surely be a hit at any gathering.
Many now know how deadly microwave popcorn is and hopefully readers are no longer consuming this toxic food or even using microwaves. If you are, give this recipe a try and you'll never go back to nuking your popcorn.
1/2 cup organic popcorn kernels
3 Tablespoons Coconut Oil
1 Teaspoon Sea Salt
1/2 Teaspoon Cinnamon
1/2 Teaspoon Cane Sugar *The raw kind
Total Preparation and Cooking Time = 10 min
* Note: Always remember to use organic popcorn from reputable sources. 100% of conventional popcorn sold at grocery stores is genetically modified, so for your health, please do not substitute organic kernels for non-organic. Also do not substitute other oils for the coconut oil. Due to coconut oil's high smoke point, taste and nutritional value, it makes it the ideal and healthiest oil for this recipe.
1. Use a Large Ceramic or Stainless Steel 12” deep pan, preferably with a glass lid (try to avoid using coated pans).
2. Set heat on stove top to Max.
3. Immediately place the coconut oil in the pan followed by the popcorn (don't wait for the temperature to go very high before placing the coconut oil/popcorn).
4. Place lid on pan and shake pan lightly every 10-15s until the first kernel pops.
5. While shaking, ensure the pan stays on burner (try not to lift the pan from the burner to shake it).
6. Once kernels begin to pop, shake pan consistently and at times vigorously until there is at least 2-3s in between pops.
7. Pan should now be full.
8. Sprinkle half of sea salt, cinnamon and cane sugar, then mix popcorn and sprinkle remainder of these ingredients. Mix again.
The ingredients will stick fairly well to the popcorn. It's low-fat and delicious. You can also add an extra tablespoon of coconut oil for more of a buttery texture. Enjoy!
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