Earlier this week I shared our family’s easy way of making our own popcorn at home. Ah, we love it! But there are truly endless ways to snazz up your plain popcorn. You really can let your imagination run wild.
Today, I’m going to show you how I make what I’ve called Maple Coco-Butter Popcorn. It’s a fun, sweet treat – and a quick way to spruce up some popcorn. It makes a healthy, tasty snack that is dairy-free, nut-free, and refined-sugar-free, so my little sweeties can definitely have it! This recipe received their seal of approval and so today I share it with you.
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A healthy twist on homemade popcorn.
- In a medium pot, combine coconut butter, maple syrup, coconut oil, and salt (optional). Heat on low and stir until well-incorporated. The texture will be slightly gritty due to the coconut butter.
- Stir in popcorn and keep stirring until the popcorn is well-coated.
- Transfer to bowl and allow to cool. Snack away!
If you love coconut butter, here are some more recipes that are also dairy-, egg-, and nut-free. I hope you enjoy them.
Pumpkin Pie Bars – by far our family’s favorite, most delicious recipe
Pumpkin Fudge – GAPS and AIP-friendly
I hope you’re enjoying this fall season. Get ready, things are about to get busy with Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner!
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