Healthy Popcorn Recipes with Tricked-Out Toppings

Healthy Popcorn Recipes with Tricked-Out Toppings

For a healthy snack that's popping with flavor, whip up one of these delicious popcorn concoctions

01 of 08

First, How To Pop Corn In The Microwave

First, How To Pop Corn In The Microwave
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Popcorn is the perfect snack—it's crunchy, it's low-cal, and it's 100 percent whole grain. And you'll never get bored because it's endlessly customizable. But first, pop your corn the healthy way, with no added oil. Put 1/4 cup of kernels in a paper bag, fold the top twice, and microwave on high for about two minutes. Then add whatever toppings you want. These ideas will get you started.

02 of 08

Apple Pie Popcorn

Apple Pie Popcorn
Sweet As a Cookie

Sweet As a Cookie combines apple pie spice, cinnamon, and vanilla for a sweet, fruity flavor.

03 of 08

Lemony Kale Popcorn

Lemony Kale Popcorn
Simply Fresh Dinners

Give your popcorn a citrus twist, plus the nutrition pack of fresh greens, with Simply Fresh Dinners savory snack.

04 of 08

Wasabi Soy Sauce Popcorn

Wasabi Soy Sauce Popcorn
Brooklyn Farm Girl’s

Movie night gets an Asian upgrade with Brooklyn Farm Girl’s savory-spicy mix.

05 of 08

Rosemary, Black Pepper, & Parmesan Popcorn

Rosemary, Black Pepper, & Parmesan Popcorn
Our Best Bites’

Italian flavorings—fresh herbs, olive oil, and grated parm—give Our Best Bites’ popcorn fragrant, savory notes.

06 of 08

Coconut Curry Popcorn

Coconut Curry Popcorn
Naturally Ella

Naturally Ella takes coconut oil, curry, and ginger, and adds them to popcorn for an Indian-spiced bite.

07 of 08

Italian Breadstick Popcorn

Italian Breadstick Popcorn
Pasty Affair

The blogger behind Pasty Affair goes savory with a Italian breadstick-inspired seasonings, including lots of fresh herbs.

08 of 08

Sriracha Popcorn

Sriracha Popcorn
Around My Family Table

Get spicy! Around My Family Table drizzles a combo of the trendy hot sauce and melted butter on her popcorn for a customizable treat (use more or less sriracha depending on your tolerance for heat).

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