5 Ways to Serve Popcorn at Easter

If you’re looking for something different to serve your guests this Easter, you might want to give popcorn a second look. Popcorn is a lot more versatile than people think! Sure, you can pop some popcorn and let your guests munch on it as they wait for Easter dinner, but why not make popcorn the star ingredient? Here are some ideas for ways you can serve popcorn at your Easter table:

Sweetheart Popcorn Mix

We stumbled across this fantastic recipe for a Valentine’s Day themed popcorn treat. Combining sweet and creamy white chocolate with conversation heart candies, this recipe really is a perfect balance of sweet and salty when mixed with lightly salted popcorn. This is a perfect snack to enjoy while cuddling on the couch with your loved ones.

Stick To Your New Year’s Resolution With Snack Swaps

It’s a new month and a new year! Many of us make resolutions to achieve special goals for the near year. One common New Year’s resolution is to get in shape. This can mean going to the gym more, eating healthier, or taking up a physical activity as a hobby. Making simple changes to your daily eating habits can have a big influence on keeping your resolutions. One area in particular is snack food. While munching on crackers, chips, and cookies may be convenient, they don’t help the waistline.

Making some small swaps in your snacks with healthier options is just one step to eating healthier and helping you maintain your New Year’s resolution.


Popcorn on the Christmas Tree?

Decorating a Christmas tree usually involves spools of electric Christmas lights, store-bought and homemade ornaments, with a star or angel resting at the top. Yet these traditions are a result of modern conveniences. When Christmas Trees first rose to prominence in the United States, they were often decorated with fruits and other items. From this, a tradition of stringing popcorn and cranberries into a garland that wrapped around the tree was born.
Stringing Popcorn from Above