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Brown Sugar-Cinnamon Popcorn

Skip the chips! This crunchy treat will satisfy kids' snack urges.



Ingredient Line: 
6 cups air-popped popcorn or plain, unsalted microwave popcorn
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¼ cup vegan margarine, melted
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¼ cup brown sugar
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¾ tsp. ground cinnamon


Toss popcorn with melted margarine. Sprinkle with brown sugar and cinnamon, and toss to coat.

Nutrition Information: 

<1 g
Total Fat: 
4 g
Saturated Fat: 
2 g
8 g
0 mg
42 mg
<1 g
5 g
Serves 12

Comments on this Recipe

This recipe is so good. It tastes like kettle corn with a touch of cinnamon. I love that it's good for!

This looks good...but the serving size is only half a cup. 67 calories' worth is not going to be enough to keep me happy!

Made this today with coconut oil instead of butter and added a lot more cinnamon.. yummy stuff.

This was very tasty and easy to put together. I used 1 tsp. cinnamon instead of 3/4 tsp. for added flavor.

yum I tried it so delicious I say you should try it :p if you don't you're missing out on something really good!!

I would like to know where to get the instructions for the folded container. Please and thanks!

That's the 1st thing I noticed too, was the obvious home made paper container. Would love to make these and decorate them for Halloween! Maybe toss some candy corn in the mix!

An average portion is 3 cups-be realistic.

Omitted the brown sugar.

I love popcorn for my snack when relaxing with hubby watching a movie. So this will be tried out in our home tonite. Thanks for the great ideals I get from my favorite mag. And love reading the comments from others too.

excellent advice I was raised vegetarian and remained so till I was 30 only having tried meat occasionally as an adult. I had a massive weight gain eating hospital food just before my 30th birthday. I gained 50k in 3months. everyone drs friends random people told me I had to eat a low carb diet which included meat. The question was always are you eating your low fat chicken/beef for dinner. I hated it. I havnt lost any weight and the constant meat eggs was making me feel I'll. I have now decided to research vegetarian dieet! As I was raised vege I shoild know naturally but I don't. I love your recipes and advice:-)