Cinnamon Coconut Sugar Popcorn

Valentine's Day is coming up! It's nice to tell people you love and appreciate them all year long, but it's fun to have a good excuse to do something extra special. This easy, healthy popcorn is so simple to make and so tasty. It's perfect for a little surprise in your kiddo's lunch box with a note that says,

Just have to say I love you before I POP
Happy Valentine's Day!

Your little valentine will absolutely love the note and the sweet and salty popcorn! You could also change the note to make it appropriate as a teacher appreciation gift. Just spend a few minutes in the morning before the kids go to school preparing the popcorn so it's fresh and send it to school for their teacher with a note saying,
Just have to say what a great teacher you are before I POP!
The possibilities are endless and since this treat is so quick, simple, and cheap to make you can recreate all sorts of fun ways to use it as gifts....or just eat it yourself!

You will need:
1 air popcorn maker
1/2 cup popcorn kernels
1/3 cup coconut oil, warmed to a liquid state
2 tbsp. coconut sugar
1/2 tbsp. ground cinnamon
salt to taste


Pop the popcorn in the popcorn maker. While it's popping warm the coconut oil container under a hot faucet until liquid. Mix coconut sugar and cinnamon in a separate bowl. As the popcorn pops out into a large bowl start drizzling coconut oil over the popcorn tossing as you go. Continue tossing the popped popcorn until the coconut oil is well distributed. sprinkle the coconut sugar-cinnamon mixture and toss again. Salt to taste. Doesn't get much easier than that! Put in an sealable bag or container to keep it fresh.



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