Is Popcorn Gluten Free? Yes it is and it can be SO much more fun than just a bag popped in the microwave.
You know that feeling when you want something sweet after dinner? O yes, this is one of my most favorite gluten-free desserts.
Do you get that feeling in the middle of the day when you’re yearning for a fun snack?
Yea. I get those feelings, too.
All the time.
Well, those feelings are what sparked my thinking for creating this yummy popcorn recipe.
I’ve been receiving a bunch of requests for fun snacks and kid-friendly treats that aren’t filled with sugar.
So, I started playing around in my kitchen and had a fun little time tossing together homemade popcorn and a lot of healthy and nutritious ingredients.
Instead of canola oil, I used organic coconut oil to make this corn on the stove top, then I tossed it together with sea salt, cashew butter and raw pecans.
So easy … yet so tasty.
I know you’re going to love it.
Now, put on your cozy slippers, pop in your favorite movie and pop yourself some of this organic popcorn for a night of fun and guilt-free gluten-free goodness.
- 2 Tbsp. extra virgin organic coconut oil
- ⅓ cup organic corn kernels
- 2 Tbsp. cashew butter
- ¼ cup raw pecans
- ¼ tsp. sea salt
- In a medium sized sauce pan, combine coconut oil and corn kernels. Cover and cook over medium-high heat. Once you hear the corn start to pop, shake the pan back and forth slowly so you move the kernels around.
- Remove from heat once the corn stops popping; set aside covered for 1 minute in case there are any corn kernels that still need to pop. Transfer to a large mixing bowl; add remaining ingredients; gently toss to combine.