Kozy Kettle Corn

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This cozy kettle corn is a healthy snack for those chilly winter nights when you’re snuggled down with a good book or a good movie.

Who doesn’t love a warm batch of savory sweet kettle corn while cuddling on the couch and binge-watching favorite television shows, especially on a cold winter day? So snuggle in with Talia Pollock, the charismatic host of Party in My Plants, as she breaks down the healthiest way to snack away your cuddle time with your fuzzy blankets and pillows this season. This cozy kettle corn won’t leave you with any regrets either, apart from a few lovers’ quarrels over who took the bigger handful perhaps. Let’s get started already!

Kozy Kettle Corn


  • ½ teaspoon sea salt
  • 3 tablespoons coconut sugar
  • 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon coconut oil
  • ½ cups popcorn kernels
Total Time

Prep Time

5 min


In a teeny bowl or cup, mix together one-half a teaspoon of sea salt with three tablespoons of coconut sugar. In a large pot, dump in one tablespoon of coconut oil and heat it on medium to medium low. When you think it’s warm, drop in one popcorn kernel. If it bubbles around it, then you’re ready to add your half a cup of kernels. Once you do, shake that pot and don’t you dare stop. Enjoy the pop. Once it slows to every few seconds, it’s done! Turn off the heat and toss your delicious poppings into a mixing bowl. Drizzle this with a teaspoon of melted coconut oil and then your coconut sugar and sea salt mixture. Toss that together. That’s it. Easy, delicious snacking at your fingertips. Binge away!

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