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Whether you prefer super-sweet and salty-savoury you really can't beat popping your own popcorn at home in the oven, on the hob or in the microwave.  


Air-popped, unflavoured popcorn is mostly made up of carbohydrate. It's low in fat and high in fibre, making it a healthier snack option.


Easy and quick to make, just heat a little oil in a pan on a medium-high heat. 

Once hot, pop 3 or 4 popcorn kernels into the oil and wait for the popcorn kernels to pop. Once these kernels pop, add 1/3 cup of popcorn kernels and give the pan a shake, then cover, remove from heat and count 30 seconds.


Put the pan back on the heat and listen to the popping. Give the pan another shake, keep the lid slightly ajar to let some of the steam out and once the popping starts to slow to several seconds between pop, remove from the heat, take the lid off and "pop" the popcorn into a bowl. 


Eat  as it is - or flavour to your liking. 

Popping corn kernels

PriceFrom £0.45
  • Typical values per 100g

    Engergy - 1527kJ/365 kcal

    Fat - 4.74g of which saturates - 0.67g

    Carbohydrates - 81.56g of which sugars - 0.64g

    Fibre - 7.3g

    Protein - 9.42g

    Salt - 0.09g

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