Fall and Thanksgiving Party Table DÃ©cor with Colorful Popcorn.
I have a healthy (but still tasty) edible Thanksgiving decor idea that I want to show you, but first I have a special announcement. 1 Fine Cookie has been lucky enough to join many wonderful brands, such as KitchenAidÂ® Â and Pretzel CrispsÂ®Â .
I am pleased to announce that I am now partnering with Kernel Season’sÂ â„¢Â as their official spokesperson!
A little about Kernel Season’s:
“Kernel Seasonâ€™s Popcorn Seasonings are made with all natural blends and real Â ingredients. The fat free, low calorie shake-on seasonings are gluten free, kosher Â certified, contain no MSG and have 56 percent less sodium than other popcorn Â seasonings. In addition to the twelve sweet, savory and bold seasoning flavors, KernelÂ Seasonâ€™s also offers premium popcorn kernels, all natural butter spritzer and oil forÂ popping and topping.”
What excites me most about Kernel Season’s is they add so much flavor to not just popcorn but any favorite meal or snack, without packing on the calories. I use the milk chocolate caramel seasoning on top of Greek yogurt as a healthy alternative to ice cream with chocolate fudge and caramel toppings. For a more classic pairing, I use the butter seasoning in place of regular butter on my popcorn. It’s all about treating ourselves to a kick of guilt-free flavor.
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Now look at this popcorn party table. It’s decoration. That’s edible. It tastes good. Do it.
Have Your Halloween Party DÃ©cor and Eat it Too
Fall is a very busy time of year. With the impending holidays, back to school and getting backÂ into work after summer getaways, throwing party planning into the mix can result in too muchÂ on our plates. This autumn, save time with a festive popcorn dÃ©cor table spread. Who says yourÂ food canâ€™t also double as party decorations?
Color popcorn in warm fall or Halloween colors, then add different yummy popcorn seasoningÂ flavors. Popcorn is easy to work with, and much lighter on your wallet and figure than otherÂ holiday snacks.
Ingredients forÂ Fall and Thanksgiving Party Table DÃ©cor with Colorful Popcorn.:
– Popcorn kernels like Kernel Seasonâ€™sâ„¢ Raw Popping Corn
– Vegetable oil or Kernel Seasonâ€™sâ„¢ Popping and Topping Oil
– Powdered food coloring
– Kernel Seasonâ€™sâ„¢ Popcorn Seasonings (choose your favorite flavors)
Begin by following the directions on your bag of popcorn kernels to make your popcorn, orÂ coating the bottom of a pot with popping and topping oil. Pour in enough kernels to just coverÂ the bottom of pot.
Turn stove on to medium, and as soon as the first kernel pops, place a cover on pot and useÂ handle to shake vigorously. This is the best technique for popping the kernels. Once the poppingÂ decelerates, remove pot from stove.
You can find powdered food coloring at your local baking supply store.
Now shake your favorite Kernel Seasonâ€™sâ„¢ Popcorn Seasoning flavors onto the popcorn. CloseÂ bag and shake until well coated with coloring and seasoning.
Make as many batches of popcorn as you like, customizing with any colors of your choice.
You can pour in layered patters of colorful popcorn, or use each vase for its own color to preserve different flavors.
Line up your favorite popcorn seasoning flavors next to the vase for easy access.
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- - Popcorn kernels like Kernel Seasonâ€™sâ„¢ Raw Popping Corn
- - Vegetable oil or Kernel Seasonâ€™sâ„¢ Popping and Topping Oil
- - Powdered food coloring
- - Kernel Seasonâ€™sâ„¢ Popcorn Seasonings (choose your favorite flavors)
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- Pop popcorn.
- Pour popcorn into a large bag. Shake Kernel Season'sâ„¢ and red, orange, yellow, or brown powdered food coloring into bag. Close bag and shake until all kernels are well coated.
- Pour popcorn into vases in different patters. Place on a table and add scoops. Set treat bags next to vases.