This homemade Skinny Maple Cinnamon Popcorn comes together in a few short minutes, but will disappear even faster!
I am a huge fan of air-popped popcorn! None of that microwaved junk. Homemade air-popped popcorn is where it’s at! It makes me incredibly happy…maybe a little too happy.
I still remember sitting on my grandmothers counter watching the kernels spin around, patiently waiting for them to pop. It would scare me every time, but it was still one of my favorite things to do.
Now, I get to share the same experience with my son AND with the very same popper my grandmother used, to be exact! What’s better than that?
He LOVES helping me in the kitchen, especially when it comes time to make popcorn. But not just any popcorn…this Skinny Maple Cinnamon Popcorn has to be the family favorite! It’s warm, slightly sweet with just a hint of cinnamon. It’s basically the all around perfect snack to enjoy during the holidays.
Start by popping 1/2 cup popcorn kernels in your hot air popper. Next, combine 3 Tbsp natural maple syrup with 2 Tbsp coconut oil in a small bowl. Microwave for approximately 20 seconds.
Whisk the coconut oil and maple syrup together, then carefully poor it over the popcorn (tossing often, so all the popcorn is coated).
Next, sprinkle 1/2 tsp cinnamon over the popcorn along with a dash of salt, then your done!
It’s hard to lose when you have a recipe that is super simple to make, works for a crowd and can be made last minute.
This Skinny Maple Cinnamon Popcorn as an easy holiday treat that is perfect for parties or as a gift! ENJOY!
- 1/2 cup popcorn kernels
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- 3 Tbsp natural maple syrup
- 2 Tbsp coconut oil
- dash of salt
- Start by popping 1/2 cup popcorn kernels in your hot air popper. C
- ombine 3 Tbsp natural maple syrup with 2 Tbsp coconut oil in a small bowl.
- Microwave for approximately 20 seconds.
- Whisk the coconut oil and maple syrup together then carefully poor over the popcorn (tossing often so all the popcorn get coated).
- Next sprinkle 1/2 tsp cinnamon over the popcorn and a dash of salt then your done!