When we got married we were given a whirly-popper for making popcorn in and we got a lot of use out of that thing! But when we moved here I decided to get rid of it to save space in the car. Even though I loved that thing, I’ve now learned how to make popcorn in a regular pot.

When you make popcorn in a pot…

…you don’t need a big whirly-popper or air popper that costs money plus takes up space in your cupboards.

…you don’t have to eat microwave popcorn with all its chemicals.

Making popcorn is super easy!

3 Responses to “Homemade Popcorn Without Fancy Gadgets”

  1. Last night I put about 1/3 cup popcorn in a brown lunch bag and set the microwave for 3 minutes. It popped well, much to our surprise! I’m going to try it again since I sometimes burn it in a pan on the stove.

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