Sugar Free Kettle Corn

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The first time that I tasted kettle corn I was on a field trip with one of my kids and we walked past a stand making fresh kettle corn.

The smell of the popping kettle corn was absolutely overtaking.
We had a long drive back on the bus so I thought, why not buy a bag for the ride home.
The kettle corn tasted at least as good as it smelled. We had no problem enjoying it.

Sugar Free Kettle Corn Recipe

Sugar Free Kettle Corn Recipe

Since that first introduction to kettle corn, I have always wondered if it could be made in a sugar free way.
This is such an easy and fun snack!


What you will need to make this

Popcorn Kernels



A pot or Stove Top Popcorn Popper



Some oil such as popcorn oil

And some Splenda



Sugar Free Kettle Corn Recipe

The recipe:

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Sugar Free Kettle Corn Recipe
Sugar Free Kettle Corn Recipe
The Sugar Free version of a favorite snack.
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup Popcorn Kernels
  • 1/4 cup Oil- such as vegetable or peanut oil
  • 1/3 cup equivalent Sugar alternative such as Splenda
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt
Instructions
Place your oil in the pot on medium heat along with two kernels of popcornBe sure to wear protective covering as when the popcorn kernels pop, it will most likely pop out of the pot. When the popcorn kernels pop, add your remaining kernels, sugar alternative and salt to the pot, Cover the pot and give it a quick shake from side to side.While the popcorn is heating up, make sure that you have a large bowl nearby as you will quickly need to pour the popcorn into it. You will need to use pot holders or mitts as you shake the popcorn and move the pot.Shake your popcorn pot from side to side every minute and a half to two minutes. Once it starts to pop consistently and sounds like the pot is half full, you can remove the pot from the heat or turn the heat off. Continue to shake back and forth.When the popcorn reaches the top of the pot, use a pot holder to remove the top- do not stand over the pot as the popcorn will still be popping most likely. Dump the popcorn into the large bowl. Remember, the pot will be hot so take precautions.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 4-6 depending on size
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3 comments:

  1. Interesting. I never thought of using Splenda to popcorn . We just use salt and butter. I like kettle corn so this would be good for my diabetic son too.thanks or the recipe.

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  2. This looks great--really interesting recipe. Thanks!

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  3. What a great recipe!!! AND sugar free?! Even better!!

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