January 4, 2012

Sweet and Salty

My friend Trisha shared this
recipe on her blog recently.


And Oh SO easy!
Too easy, actually ~
I've made it LOTS!

~ Homemade Kettle Corn ~

1/3 Oil (I use Coconut Oil)
1/2 Cup Sugar (I use Organic, unrefined)
1/2 Cup Popcorn (unpopped)
Sea Salt to taste

Melt oil and sugar in pot
over medium heat on the stove.
Add popcorn.
Cover with a tight fitting lid.
Shake the pot over medium-high
heat until popping slows right down.
You will need oven mitts for this step.
Do not keep on the heat too long
as it will burn...not good!

Immediately pour out onto foil.
Salt to taste.
Allow to cool slightly
and call all your loved ones to share.
It makes a generous amount...
but it doesn't last long.

We LOVE it!
Thank you Trisha for sharing
and for allowing me to re-share here. :)

Happy Popping!


Calvin said...


I love those Mum...

So addicting.

Great Post!!


Treasures Evermore said...

Looks delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.


Stacie, A Firefighter's Wife said...

Man, that looks a lot easier than caramel corn. I LOVE sweet and salty together and I love easy. Thanks for sharing!

Just wanted to give you an update. Today I felt so much better. I got dressed and even did my hair. Felt sort of normal again. I am also starting to discipline again. It is nice because I can't talk above loud at all. It shows me once again that I have been to loud with my children. I need to keep my voice lowered so they have to listen.

God uses all of our trials for His purposes. I thank the Lord, I am on the mend and that I can once again be the wife and mother that I missed being so much.

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Oh....sweet yummy goodness :) ): I love the sweet and salty combination. it's good... :) :) Although I've actually given up sugar...so I'll have to figure out something different to try :) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

Heather said...

Oooooh, yummy!
I'm so in the mood for that right now... AND everyone is in bed, lol!

Sharon said...

This sounds great Camille :) We like to use coconut oil for popping corn too :) Thank you for sharing and thanks to Trish too!

Have a beautiful evening!

Camille said...

Dear Calvin ~ Don't I know it!! LOL! Thank you my love...how about I make some more? XO

Dear Connie ~ I am sure you will end up making this as often as I have! :)

Dear Stacie ~ What a blessing that the LORD is healing you! Do take it easy though and don't overdo it!! SLOW and STEADY...that's the best plan! :)

Dear Heather in CA ~ I've done that no sugar thing before...I should do it again! Well done on your diet plan...you are doing great! :)

Dear Heather in Canada ~ LOL! Too bad your crew were all asleep! Did you make it this morning?? I'm sure you will all enjoy it. :)

Dear Sharon ~ I do hope you give it a try. It's super easy and SO good! Isn't coconut oil just the best? :)

Blessings to you all!
In HIS Love,

Heather@Cultivated Lives said...

Oh my, this looks amazing. With all of the baby's food sensitivities there isn't much in the sweet department that I can eat. We actually discovered her sensitivity to soy because of kettle corn that I ate containing soy oil.

I'm definitely going to give this a try! Thanks so much for sharing.

~Heather in AZ. :)

Camille said...

Dear Heather ~ I am sorry you have been having such trying times with your little one in the food sensitivities department...not fun! :( I am sure you will *love* this treat...SO easy and SO yummy! Enjoy. :)

Many blessings,

Heather@Cultivated Lives said...


I console myself with the fact that I've cut the sugar in your recipe in half. (I've also started adding a generous dash of cinnamon) That's the only way I can live with myself. :)

I've made this at least twice a week (sometimes more often) since my previous comment. It is so easy and absolutely delicious.


Camille said...

Dear Heather ~ Too funny that you have to console yourself with modifications...made me smile. :) I make it LOTS with NO modifications...does that make me a bad Mum?? ;-) I am so glad you are enjoying it. Have a wonderful weekend!


Camille said...

Oh...and thank you for taking the time to stop in and tell me that you have been enjoying it...warms my heart. :)