Buy non GMO
When choosing kernels look for non gmo labels on the product.
Avoid chemicals in your popcorn and buy organic kernels if possible.
Pop it on the stove
A good oil to kernels ratio is: 3 tbsp oil for very 1/2 cup of kernels.
Use coconut oil
When making your own popcorn, use coconut oil which is a healthier option and heat tolerant.
Season with nutritional yeast
Add more nutrients to the snack by sprinkling nutritional yeast along with salt on it.
Scroll down to see cooking instructions!
Secrets for making your own healthy popcorn!
Organic and non-GMO popcorn brands
Here is a list of good and healthy popcorn for you to choose from. All are non- gmo which are essential to avoid unwanted chemicals in your popcorn.
Tiny But Mighty Popcorn
Bob's Red Mill Popcorn
Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn
Arrowhead Mills Popcorn
Great Northern Popcorn
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Other necessities for making your own popcorn
A list of other ingredients you need to pop your own healthy popcorn.
Pot with heavy bottom
How to cook popcorn on the stove with a pot
Put heavy-bottom pot with a lid on the stove and set heat to medium-high. Immediately add 3 tbsp coconut oil and 5 test kernels to the pot.
Once test kernels pop, add 1/2 cup of additional kernels to the pot. Shake gently to coat kernels in oil and cover with a lid.
Let it sit on the stove until popping sound slow down to 1-2 seconds in between pops.
Remove from pot and open the lid. Pour in a bowl and season to taste.