Popcorn is an easy, quick and satisfying REAL snack food.
I use a POPCO Popcorn Popper to make popcorn. I am not normally an advocate of the microwave, but when it comes to making popcorn I am. I can make oil-free popcorn easily using this popper.
Feel free to use oil, but be careful if you are having IBS symptoms because oils can cause adverse reactions. I don’t recommend that you eat popcorn while experiencing painful IBS symptoms, but once you get your symptoms under control, popcorn makes a good snack. Most can have up to 7 cups popped.
- POPCO Popcorn Popper (or similar)
- 1/4 cup of un-popped kernels.
- oil is optional
- salt (or other seasoning) to taste, if desired
Directions: (Using Microwave Popper)
- Add kernels to popper (and any other desired ingredients)
- Cover with lid
- Put in microwave and press the ‘popcorn’ button (about 2/15 minutes?)
- Eat directly from the bowl or transfer to another heat safe bowl.
Note: Since popcorn is a grain it should be avoided while on all healing diets. Yet, popcorn is a great REAL FOOD snack . Try using NON-GMO and organic ingredients when possible
Every thought of crumbling your favorite Low FODMAP Kale Chips over poporn? YUMMY!