Popcorn and Easter…..
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…..have absolutely nothing to do with each other. If you think you can get the kids to give up their Cadbury eggs and jelly beans for popcorn, good luck with that. However, popcorn is one of the best snack foods I’ve ever found and I have on occasion, made colored popcorn balls for Easter, and because the popcorn balls were Easter colors, the kids LOVED them..
I like easy but when it comes to popcorn, nothing beats popping corn made like it used to be made back in the good ole days. Especially when it’s Franklin’s Gourmet Popcorn, premeasured packs.
You don’t need a microwave for this popcorn. Each pack has everything you need from the oil to the popcorn to the seasoning and all you have to do to have a fresh pot of popcorn, is throw it all in a pot on medium heat or kettle as directed and let the popping begin.
I don’t have a popcorn maker although I’m looking for one like we used to have when I was a child. I do have some Paula Deen pots and that’s what I’ve been using for our fresh popcorn. My plan was to wait until I found a popcorn maker to do this review but I realized I can’t wait any longer because the popcorn would be gone, lol. We all love it so I’ve been making it for snacks and for our weekly home movie night. I’m sure you can see why it is so amazing…
I used to think that nothing beats movie theater popcorn but this popcorn exceeds even that. Each and every kernel of Franklin’s Gourmet popcorn taste delicious. There is never any left at the bottom of the bowl. I’ve only had a few kernels that didn’t pop each time we made it and I think it’s because I took it up too soon. It’s not my fault that the mouthwatering smell drives me to digging in sooner rather than later.
Franklin’s Gourmet Popcorn Packs are easy to use, the popcorn taste amazing and all for an affordable price on Amazon.