5 Ways to Use Popcorn in Your Meals

5 Ways to Use Popcorn in Your Meals


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Popcorn is a great snack for kids and adults alike. It’s filling and nutritious and can be flavored with a variety of ingredients.

If you love Mexican food, but want something lighter than a burrito or taco, try making fish tacos with grilled tilapia instead of beef or chicken. You can serve them with all the traditional toppings, lettuce, tomato, cheese and avocado but add some fresh lime juice and sprinkle crushed tortilla chips on top for extra flavor.

You might think that soup doesn’t go with popcorn, but check out this recipe for spinach-artichoke soup that uses popcorn as a topping. This soup is creamy without being heavy so it’s perfect for those cold winter nights when you just want something warm to eat before going to bed.

Popcorn Crusted Chicken

This chicken recipe is an easy way to get your kids to eat their veggies. The popcorn gives this dishadded texture and crunch, while the Parmesan cheese adds flavor and helps hold it all together. Popcorn Crusted Chicken is one of our favorite recipes for dinner parties, but it’s easy enough for weeknights too. Try it with roasted vegetables or a salad for a complete meal.

Popcorn Rice

If you’re looking for an alternative to white rice, try using popcorn instead. This version uses brown rice instead of white, giving it extra fiber and nutrients like magnesium, iron, zinc, and manganese. You can use either homemade or store-bought popcorn kernels just make sure there are no additives in them (like salt or sugar). The best part? This recipe only takes 10 minutes.

Fish Taco Topping

If you love fish tacos, try topping them with popcorn instead of tortilla chips. You can either buy pre-made popcorn or make your own by popping corn on the stove top or in an air popper and adding spices like chili powder, onion powder, and cayenne pepper.

Breakfast Cereal Topping

Popcorn makes a great topping for breakfast cereals like Cheerios or Frosted Flakes. Try sprinkling your cereal with cinnamon sugar before pouring milk over it and then adding popcorn on top as a crunchy addition. You can also add nuts or fruit like blueberries to further enhance this breakfast treat.

Ranch-Style Popcorn Salad with Tomatoes and Bacon

This salad is perfect for summertime picnics or barbecues. The combination of flavors makes it taste like something from a restaurant but it’s so easy to make at home. Just cook up some bacon until crispy, chop up tomatoes and green onions, mix everything together with some ranch dressing and serve on top of a bed of fresh lettuce or spinach leaves. If you want to make it more filling, try adding crumbled feta cheese or shredded cheddar cheese (or both).

Popcorn Stuffed Mushrooms

These satisfying little bites are perfect for parties because they can be made ahead of time and kept warm in the oven while everyone mingles before dinner starts.

To make them, simply scoop out the insides of large button mushrooms (you should end up with about 24 mushroom caps), add cooked popcorn to the mushroom insides, and top with shredded cheddar cheese.

Then bake in a 350-degree F oven for about 20 minutes. For a more filling appetizer or side dish, try adding crumbled bacon to the popcorn before stuffing it into the mushrooms.