As a child I always looked forward to “treat” nights where we would get a small cup of pop and my dad would make up a big bowl of air popped popcorn complete with salt and butter for us to share. It was a once a month type of event in our household which is made it that much more special.
Warm your corn is still made from non-GMO corn, without added preservatives, colourings or artificial flavours just like Popcorn, Indiana’s other great popcorn varieties. Speaking of which… you need to try the Chocolate Peanut Butter Drizzlecorn or the Dark Fudge Chocolate Chip Drizzlecorn. Amazing and seriously addictive!
Popcorn, Indiana prides itself on artisanal popcorn craftsmanship. First, the popcorn is hand-crafted in kettles and then given the VIP flavour treatment. Flavours range from savoury to spicy to sweet, and are devised by “popcorn chefs” with a wholehearted approach to creating unique and mouth-watering flavour combinations without artificial flavours or colours.
For those looking for a lighter snacking option, Popcorn, Indiana also offers FIT. FIT popcorn features the same amazing taste and quality you are used to from Popcorn, Indiana but is only 40 calories or less and just 2g of fat per cup. It’s ideal for those interested in smarter snacking with flavours like Sea Salt, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Parmesan & Herb and Onion Dijon have been approved by “The Biggest Loser” as snacks that can be part of a healthy lifestyle.
Popcorn, Indiana can be purchased at a local retailer near you!
Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!
Tuesday 18th of July 2017
They stopped this option. The bag would catch on fire now.. So sad because it was very good warm.
Monday 1st of June 2015
Ooo I never thought to heat this up! Sounds delicious!
Sunday 25th of January 2015
Great idea! I am going to try this.
Friday 23rd of January 2015
Very cool! I have never seen or thought to warm up my bagged popcorn - which is a huge weakness for me snack wise :)