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    Frugal Tip: Make your own microwave popcorn

  • Denise Fontenot

    fa226efc9d6aee714c4bd78f462eb436 DIY microwave popcorn! Put 1/4 cup popcorn into the bag. Then fold the bag over tightly 3 times (no need for staples). Microwave around 2 3 minutes depending on your microwave. Listen for 1 pop every 3 seconds and you’re finished. Dump out of the bag into a bowl and top with whatever you like. (did this when I was a kid)

  • Genna Raphel

    Homemade microwave popcorn (because dairy free is hard to find) Add 1/4 cup popcorn into the bag. Then fold the bag over tightly 3 times. Microwave around 2-3 minutes depending on your microwave. Listen for 1 pop every 3 seconds and you're finished. Dump out of the bag into a bowl and top with whatever you like.

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