Salted Caramel or Thyme and Rosemary Popcorn

First the base !

Light fluffy dream like popcorn really not far out of reach. Realistically its only 2 ingredients away. The popcorn kernels and the oil.

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What you will need?

  • 1 Large pot with lid
  • 1/2 cup popcorn kernels
  • 2 to 3 tbsp canola or vegetable oil


  • Pour the oil into the pot, coating the entire surface, place on heat to medium-high
  • Place 2 kernels in the pot, once they have popped the oil is ready for the rest
  • Pour the remaining kernels into the oil then place on the lid on the pot. Ther kernels should begin to pop almost immediately.
  • Every 10 seconds, shake pot to distribute kernels to prevent burning the return back to stove for another 10 seconds. Repeat until the popping has ceased.
  • Lift the lid and enjoy!


This is where the magic begins to happen! The base of where your creativity can run wild!

Salted Caramel Popcorn

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  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Salt
  • 15g Butter
  • 1 tbsp Baking powder


  • Pour sugar and salt into a pot on slow to medium heat. Do not mix
  • once 3/4 of the sugar has browned stir in the butter, once stirred in, add the bicarbonate soda to create a honeycomb flavouring to the popcorn
  • The mixture should now take on a lighter brown.
  • On a baking tray pour the salted caramel over the popcorn. be careful of the caramel it carries a lot of heat!


Thyme and Rosemary




Something Savoury to cut through the sweet! This popcorn is actually my favourite out of the two! Its really warming and I feel a bit more mature this is flavour grouping.


  • Chop 2tbsp of Rosemary and Thyme
  • Melt butter in a pot, I used salted butter so I wouldn’t need to add salt later
  • Mix the herbs in the butter on low heat continue cooking for 7-8 minutes to allow herbs to cook through.
  • By handful sizes, mix the popcorn and the butter together so to evenly distribute flavour

Pick a film and enjoy. I recommend Nightclawer- it has Jake Gyllenhaal. Very suspenseful film!

Tell me below if you’re a sweet or savoury person!



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