The USDA recommends half of the grains you eat be whole grains. And popcorn totally counts! Previously I posted how you can make popcorn in the microwave simply using a brown paper bag. This idea prompted Beth to start making popcorn everyday and she’s just about lost all of her baby weight eating this low fat yummy snack. Well, here’s another one for you, WITHOUT the paper bag. I bring you, popcorn in a dish!
I love this idea because pre-packaged microwave popcorn is full of chemicals, and regular popcorn kernals can get as low as .08 per ounce. (Although I think certain brands pop better than others) But we need more topping ideas. We usually add a small amount of butter, or cooking spray with a shake of salt. But we are kind of boring that way. What do you put on your popcorn?