Spiced Kettle Corn Baby Shower Favors

Did you know that kettle corn is quite easy to make at home, without fancy equipment? It is. So totally doable.

I co-hosted a baby shower recently, and contributed some delicious – tasting and looking – packages of homemade spiced kettle corn. I made use of the very handy large tin-tie bags available from evermine.com, which really showcase the charming spontaneity and airiness of those flirtatious little kernels. With an herby, spicy twist to each batch, we found ourselves with three splendid versions to try and chat about at the shower.

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Here’s how to make perfectly herby, spicy, salty, sweet popcorn at home:

Spiced Kettle Corn
Recipe Type: Appetizers and Snacks
Author: Lorraine Ferron
  • 3 tablespoons coconut oil
  • ½ cup corn kernels
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons [url href=”https://www.evermine.com/blog/homemade-ranch-mix/” target=”_blank”]ranch herb mix[/url], curry powder, or fresh ground cinnamon or any herb and spice combination you fancy
  • Equipment:
  • A large baking sheet
  • Parchment paper
  • A large, but hopefully not heavy, pot with a securely-fitting lid
  • 2 pot-holders that also cover the backs of the hands
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  2. Place a layer of parchment paper over the baking sheet and set aside. Heat the oil in the pot over medium heat. Place three corn kernels into the pot and listen or watch for the first of them to pop, about 2-4 minutes. Once the first kernel has popped, move swiftly to add the sugar salt and spices/herbs to the pot, stir to combine, and finally, add the remaining corn kernels. Place the lid on top, grab the handles of the pot using the pot holders and agitate the pot, shaking it side to side over the heat source. Continue shaking the pot, listening for the sound of the popping kernels. Once the popping has reduced in frequency to one second between pops, remove the pot from heat, and pour the popped kernels onto the parchment-covered baking sheet. Allow to cool for 1-2 minutes, break up the larger chunks and enjoy!
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  4. To make a favor with this special kettle corn, fill tin-tie bags of this fresh, still-warm kettle corn and close the bags. The kettle corn will stay fresh for 2-3 days if stored in an airtight container.
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Lorraine (60 Posts)

Lorraine is a medical student, writer and food lover living in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. Sometimes, Lorraine realizes that, for the most part, her family, friends and adored acquaintances are just a bike ride away. This gives her sense of cozy giddiness! Mostly though, she gets psyched about creating and sharing food, particularly the kind of food that is accidentally healthy and delicious. See more of her work at SweetAllium.

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