This is the only way we make popcorn now! so yummy! Microwave Popcorn Trick — you never have to buy microwave popcorn again! Add 1/3 cup popcorn kernels to a brown paper bag, fold the bag over twice then heat in a microwave — folded side down — for 2 minutes. THAT’S IT! Fresh popped popcorn without any fuss, ready for you to flavor as desired or eat completely bare.

This is the only way we make popcorn now! so yummy! Microwave Popcorn Trick — you never have to buy microwave popcorn again! Add 1/3 cup popcorn kernels to a brown paper bag, fold the bag over twice then heat in a microwave — folded side down — for 2 minutes. THAT’S IT! Fresh popped popcorn without any fuss, ready for you to flavor as desired or eat completely bare.

Glass bowl + ceramic plate + popcorn kernels = perfectly popped popcorn in microwave. No bag. No butter or oil. Nothing to throw away afterward. And no un-popped kernels. Put 1/4 cup dry popcorn kernels in microwave-safe glass bowl (pyrex is a great choice). Place microwave-safe plate on top of bowl. Plate should be wide enough to go beyond rim of bowl. Microwave 2 min 45 sec. gm

Glass bowl + ceramic plate + popcorn kernels = perfectly popped popcorn in microwave. No bag. No butter or oil. Nothing to throw away afterward. And no un-popped kernels. Put 1/4 cup dry popcorn kernels in microwave-safe glass bowl (pyrex is a great choice). Place microwave-safe plate on top of bowl. Plate should be wide enough to go beyond rim of bowl. Microwave 2 min 45 sec. gm

Who am I kidding! When I eat popcorn, I don't eat just a little amount.  Enjoy this microwave popcorn.

Microwave Popcorn Without The Bag

Who am I kidding! When I eat popcorn, I don't eat just a little amount. Enjoy this microwave popcorn.

No oil, super simple microwave popcorn in a paper bag.  Easy peasy.

No oil, super simple microwave popcorn in a paper bag. Easy peasy.

So simple! I can't wait to try this! Frogs on a Log (makes way more sense to me, palette-wise, than peanut butter-raisins-celery)! (From EatingWell, January/February 2011, http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/frogs_on_a_log.html)

Frogs on a Log

So simple! I can't wait to try this! Frogs on a Log (makes way more sense to me, palette-wise, than peanut butter-raisins-celery)! (From EatingWell, January/February 2011, http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/frogs_on_a_log.html)

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