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Just in case your calendar’s not up to speed, Sunday is National Popcorn Day. Either head to a movie and give in to the aroma, or make your own popcorn snack at home. We have nine sweet and salty recipes you can make in a snap — or a pop!


Caramel Popcorn Balls

Recipe: Caramel Popcorn Balls from FoodNetwork.com

Marshmallow Popcorn Balls

Recipe: Marshmallow Popcorn Balls

Maple Nut Popcorn

Recipe: Maple-Nut Popcorn

Cranberry Ginger Popcorn Balls

Recipe: Cranberry-Ginger Popcorn Balls from FoodNetwork.com

Candy Corn Popcorn

Recipe: Candy Cane Popcorn from HGTV Magazine

Maple Chili Popcorn

Recipe: Maple Chili Popcorn


Spiced Kettle Corn

Recipe: Spiced Kettle Corn from FoodNetwork.com

Popcorn with Herbs de Provence and Asiago Cheese

Recipe: Popcorn With Herbs de Provence and Asiago Cheese from FoodNetwork.com

Sweet and Spicy Popcorn Snack Mix

Recipe: Sweet and Spicy Popcorn Snack Mix

6 Responses

  1. DBCoop says:

    Wow, talk about sabotage — here I am midway between lunch and dinner, and Kayla posts this totally irresistible sensory delight of nine delectable popcorn recipes.

    There's no way you can have just one handful or even one flavor for that matter. Though there's no need to wait for a good movie. I can always find something interesting on HGTV, like House Hunter's International, to entertain me, along with the ideal TV snack.

    After all, Sunday is National Popcorn Day. (Who knew?) I might as well get into the swing of things and pop a few kernels into the microwave now. I can make it my very own National Popcorn Week. With nine possible variations, why not?!

  2. Yolanda says:

    Maple Chile has my name on it! Cranberry ginger looks yummy too! What are you doing to our diets!

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