Thursday, May 9, 2013

homemade kettle corn can fix a bad day

you know those weeks that go on forever?
this week has been one of those. nothing is wrong, 
i think there is just so much going on and i've been a little too stressed.
 the three best fixes for this are: my cute husband, a long run, and some homemade 
kettle corn. oh, and maybe a nap. i think those are the remedies for most problems :) 
so here's to it being thursday, and this week almost coming to a close. it can only get 
better from here, because we have a fun trip this weekend! {thank goodness} here is 
our recipe for kettle corn, made at home. healthy & simple, just the best. it will cheer you up :)
simple, healthy kettle corn



  • 1/4 cup coconut oil {you can use canola oil instead}
  • 1/2 cup popcorn kernels
  • salt + sugar, to taste

--put coconut oil in a large pan on the stove
--drop just 3 kernels in with the oil at first, and turn on the stove
--let it heat up, waiting until the 3 kernels pop.. now you know it's the right temp!
--add the 1/2 cup of kernels once the first 3 pop
--shake pan while it all pops, to keep it from burning
{you can put a lid on to keep popcorn from flying out}
--once it's done, add salt + sugar to taste, and shake it all through the pan.
--serve and enjoy!
**i buy orville redenbacher kernels at costco, as well as the coconut oil.
then i always have them on hand for a quick, healthy treat!
XO

see other coconut oil recipes here & HERE!

14 comments:

  1. Yum! I have an air popper for mine, and I also use coconut oil. So good. :)

    Hope you get out of your funk!

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    1. yes! my mom has an air popper, even better. i need to get one of those! glad you love the coconut oil with it too! thanks dear! xo

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  2. I love kettle corn! I use the exact same recipe, but also ad 1/4 of a cup of sugar right after my three kernels pop...for some real sweet kettle corn. :) I only make the 'sweet stuff' occasionally and settle for slightly salted popcorn the rest of the time. I hope you feel better soon!

    Amanda | Living in Another Language

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    1. oh yeah--so smart to throw the sugar in right after the first kernels pop! then it spreads easier. thanks for reminding me about that little tip! XO

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  3. i have that same bowl in grey! i love it in that blue though. and i totally agree - not much better on a crappy day then husband, a run to clear the head, and a treat :) (i also ALWAYS want a nap. i love to sleep). hope your day gets better!

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  4. Kettle corn is my absolute favorite snack!

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  5. Just found your blog, how cute are you guys! This looks delish! We make one really similar to this one. I will have to try yours out. Thanks for sharing! I'm your newest follower :)

    xoxo Jamie
    www.bnjsefcik.blogspot.com

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    1. following your cute blog too! xo

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  6. I usually just use the popcorn machine, but I love the idea of sneaking in a bit more coconut oil! Been obsessed with the stuff lately! Thank you for the recipe!

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    1. i know-- my parents have a popcorn machine but ever since we moved away, i use the pan! the coconut oil is the best, i find any excuse to use it! XO

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  7. This look so good! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. I am really crazy about them as they are good for health also. Will be eagerly waiting for more.

    My Blog :- Nature Health Secrets

    And will love to hear from you. I am a new follower of yours GFC and Bloglovin

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  9. I love naps, I'm sometimes sure I'm really a cat.

    /Avy

    http://mymotherfuckedmickjagger.blogspot.com

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  10. awesome recipe! I love kettle corn and this is a really handy recipe :>


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