May 032013

Mother’s Day is just around the corner – May 12th! – and it’s time to celebrate the wonderful woman in your life with a gift that will make her smile. Here are some great ideas for popcorn products that she’ll love to receive!

Pop your own

Child making Mother's Day sign

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles /

Remember when you used to paste macaroni onto a sheet of craft paper and your Mom would love it, just because you made it? Preparing a gift for your Mom nowadays still works on the same principle – it means a lot because you’ve taken the time to prepare it for her! Invest in a bag of mushroom popcorn kernels and pop up some delicious Caramel Corn (click here for a quick and easy recipe) – add a cellophane bag and a ribbon to tie the top, and you’ll have a thoughtful and tasty gift that she’s bound to love.


Outfit her kitchen

Alternatively, if your Mom is a keen home cook, you can treat her to some popcorn tools for her kitchen so she can make popcorn for herself anytime. Fill a gift basket with some kernels (we’d recommend our Tender Pop Hulless), a selection of seasonings and a popcorn oil sprayer for a gift that just keeps on giving.  Every time she makes popcorn she will think of you!


Make it personal


Create your own work of art with our Pop-a-Doodle Popcorn Canister filled with yummy popcorn!

Our Pop-a-Doodle Customizable Popcorn Canister is perfect as a Mother’s Day gift, because you can really make it your own. Whether you want to hand-write a personal message yourself or let the kids go mad with Magic Markers, it’s a fun customizable canister that’s filled with your Mom’s favorite flavor of popcorn. With four delicious varieties (Caramel, Cheddar Cheese,  French Vanilla and English Toffee), you’ll be spoiled for choice and your Mom will feel totally spoiled too!


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