Feb 042013
 

Here at Just Poppin™, we ship our popcorn products all across the United States and beyond, and we know that some of you are really feeling the chill this winter! One of our favourite ways to beat the chill is to stock up on hot and spicy popcorn flavors. Whether you like your kernels to have a hint of spice or you really want to feel the burn, there’s a flavor in our seasoning range for you. Why not check them out and add a little bit of heat to your next popcorn treat?

Jalapeno Popcorn Seasoning

Jalapeno Popcorn Seasoning

Jalapeno Popcorn Seasoning

This 5” spice shaker might look small, but it’s jam packed with all of that hot and spicy jalapeno flavor that you and your family know and love. Our Jalapeno Popcorn Seasoning uses real jalapeno peppers and other great flavours like garlic and onion, and will make a deliciously hot addition to your next batch of popcorn. You can also combine it with our White Cheddar Cheese seasoning for amazing nacho flavored popcorn that will disappear from the bowl in minutes!

Chili Lime Popcorn Seasoning

Chili Lime Popcorn Seasoning

Chili Lime Popcorn Seasoning

Our Chili Lime Popcorn Seasoning is the ultimate in savory snacking – it’s spicy, a little sweet, and fantastically tart & tangy on the tongue. It tastes amazing on popcorn, but don’t just sprinkle it over your kernels – it also makes a great addition to any meats or veggies that need an extra dash of flavor.

Cajun Swamp Heat Popcorn Seasoning

Cajun Swamp Heat Popcorn Seasoning

Cajun Swamp Heat Popcorn Seasoning

Our Cajun Swamp Heat Popcorn Seasoning is specially made for serious spice fans– its feisty flavor packs a serious punch! A mix of spices, salt and just a hint of sweetness, it will certainly keep you warm in the January cold. Whip up a batch, prepare your taste buds for an explosion, and dig in!


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