Stovetop, pre-popped, savory, and sweet, we found the top popcorns for snacking and sharing. Here are our picks we suggest keeping around the house for your snacking pleasure.
There’s nothing artificial about this natural option. Amish Country Popcorn
Popcorn purists and creative cooks alike will appreciate this plain popcorn that can be prepared on the stovetop or in the microwave. Because it’s not flavored—with anything—you can add your own butter or oil, then go wild with seasonings.
This is about as close to the stovetop version as you’re going to get from a machine popped product. Jolly Time
There’s no shame in the microwave popcorn game—especially when it’s made with ghee (clarified butter) and sea salt. Unlike other brands, this butter tastes light and fresh, not greasy and stale. Plus, it makes your house smell amazing (as long as you don’t burn it!).
Cane sugar adds a slight candied flavor to this delicious treat. Angie’s
A state-fair staple, kettle corn is the ultimate sweet-and-savory snack. Lightly salted and not too sweet, this one also happens to be somewhat healthy (for something cooked in sugar, anyway), with only 140 calories in each single-serving bag.
While the pre-portioned bags are probably meant to help curb mindless snacking, they also keep each serving fresher longer. Amazon
More satisfying than chips, this savory white-cheddar popcorn tastes fresh because it is. Though it’s packaged like other shelf-stable snacks, it’s meant to be “enjoyed by” sooner than later, and the pre-portioned bags help keep your next serving from going stale.