Spirulina Popcorn

Going through a major popcorn phase right now, like seriously I just can’t get enough! Popcorn gets a bad rep because generally popcorn is made from genetically modified popcorn kernels, topped with fake butter and loaded with sodium. Fortunately when popcorn is prepared or eaten the FoodGlow way I can promise you that you will be getting just the opposite of what you will find in the movie theater. When popped at home with non-gmo kernels or you buy bags from brands like Lesser Evil Snacks popcorn can actually be an incredibly high fiber snack and upgraded with superfood toppings just like this one! So, find yourself a friend and a movie and get ready for a serious popcorn experience…


Spirulina Popcorn
1 bag LesserEvil Snacks Coconut Oil Popcorn or 5 cups non-gmo popped popcorn
2 tbsp nutritional yeast
2 tsp spirulina powder
1 tsp kale powder
coconut oil and pink sea salt if popping kernels at home

Home Popped:
Place popped popcorn into a large sealable bag with melted coconut oil and salt and toss so the kernels are lightly coated in coconut oil. Next add in the nutritional yeast, spirulina and kale powder. Shake the bag up until each kernel is fully coated in the mixture. Eat immediately or store in an airtight bag for up to 1 week.

Open your fresh shiny bag of LesserEvil Snacks Coconut Oil popcorn. Sprinkle in the nutritional yeast, spirulina powder and kale powder. Seal the bag closed with an elastic band ensuring there is a bit of room for the popcorn to move around inside. Shake the bag for about 1 min. When every kernel is coated eat immediately or store away for up to 1 week.

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