Dec 142012
 

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without those classic holiday movies, and no movie is complete without a delicious bowl of popcorn! Here at Just Poppin™ popcorn, we’ve chosen some of our favourite festive features and paired them with fun popcorn flavors to help you recreate that Christmas movie theatre experience in a whole new way.

Elf

As Buddy the elf reminds us in this 2003 Christmas comedy, the four main elf food groups are candy, candy canes, candy corn and syrup, so make sure you get at least one of your four each day with a bowl of maple syrup popcorn. Simply heat a cup of maple syrup to bubbling for 5 minutes and stir through a bowl of freshly popped movie theatre popcorn. Let cool and enjoy for a delicious treat that your family will love (we’re sure Buddy would love it too!)

The Grinch

There’s no better occasion than a viewing of the Grinch to whip up a batch of amazing green popcorn! Add color to your popcorn and you’ll have a cinema snack that’s as bright and brilliant as the film’s title character. Here’s how: put popped popcorn into a large zip top bag; spray the popcorn lightly with some butter flavoured cooking spray; sprinkle in some powdered food coloring; seal the bag and shake well to coat.

Home Alone

If you’re a fan of this movie, you’ll remember that when Kevin’s parents accidentally fly to Paris without him over Christmas, one of his biggest disappointments is that there is none of his favourite cheese pizza in the house. However, Kevin eventually gets his cheese fix and you can too – order in a big bag of our white cheddar cheese popcorn seasoning and you’ll have that delicious savoury flavor on hand to enjoy throughout the holiday season.


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