|Special Features||Microwave Safe|
|Item model number||CP-RED-18|
|Product Dimensions||22.86 x 24.13 x 14.73 cm; 336 Grams|
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Colonel Popper Healthy Microwave Popcorn Maker - LFGB Food Grade Certified BPA Free Popcorn Poppers (8 colors)
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- FOOD SAFE CERTIFIED LFGB AND BPA FREE SILICONE - Accredited Lab Tested. All Colonel Popper Silicone Popcorn Makers are made from certified LFGB Food Contact Grade Compliant Silicone for food safety. This upgraded silicone is reusable, durable, and eco-friendly. Enjoy snacking on fresh and crisp microwave popcorn right out of the colorful popcorn bowl with confidence!
- USE ANY TYPE OF POPCORN KERNELS - Organic or Regular Kernels, Hulless, Baby, Medium, Large, or Heirloom. Oil is not needed for popping but can be lightly added for flavor. Healthy Low Calorie Plain, Sweet, or Savory, all your choice! Makes up to 14 cups of popcorn, plenty for your kids and family. Healthier option than Microwave Popcorn Bags and better for environment!
- CONVENIENT GRAB HANDLES - Two Round Tabs at top of bowl for easy handling from the microwave or for tossing popcorn salt and seasoning to mix well after your popcorn is done.
- EASY STORAGE AND PORTABILITY - Perfect for small kitchens, college dorm rooms, or your RV Camper with a portable microwave. Stores away at merely 2 inches tall, and frees up your counter space.
- INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED IN BOX - Quick Start Guide Inside. Hand Wash or use Dishwasher. Contact us directly by clicking "Sugar Loaf Home Goods” for any help!
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Popcorn Reimagined Ditch the noisy electric hot air poppers, the slow stove top poppers, and the harmful microwave popcorn bags. Colonel Popper will make your popcorn in 2-4 minutes in a revolutionary silicone bowl. You can make it as healthy as you want or channel your inner chef and create a recipe book full of culinary imaginations. Popcorn Your Way The Colonel Popper is perfect for making popcorn any time of day. Purchase multiple quantities for popcorn bars at Baby Showers, Graduations, Birthday Parties, and Weddings. Or bring the theater home and kick back with a movie, your kids, and your very own healthy custom popcorn! Trust the Colonel Colonel Popper is made of the most safe and durable high quality silicone. It passes the silicone pinch test!
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I saw that someone mentioned using the “popcorn” setting on my microwave and that was the trick. Not that this was the perfect, simple, one-touch solution, but it was the gateway to perfection.
I know everyone’s microwave is different, but here’s my method:
1/3 cup of popcorn kernels
2-3 teaspoons of Reddenbocker popcorn oil
About 1 teaspoon of kosher salt ground to a fine power in my coffee grinder
Mix the kernels, oil, and salt in the bottom of the popper.
Put the popper into the microwave and run it at full power for 30 seconds to pre-heat the oil and kernels.
Next, push the popcorn button twice to select 3.5 (at least that’s how to do it on my whirlpool microwave)
Let the popcorn popping cycle finish as usual.
I usually still have maybe a teaspoon or two of unpopped kernels left in the bottom, but I just re-oil and re-pop them when I get to the bottom.
The 1/3 cup of kernels typically fills the whole popper, but not yet popping the lid off, so it seems to be the best amount.
Although this is a little more effort than air popping or microwave-in-a-bag, it has way better flavor than either of those. It also gives you way more flexibility than microwave-in-a-bag; I can make nearly any flavor I want. The flavor of this popcorn is so much closer to popped in the kettle, except about a gallon less grease.
I really enjoy the popcorn this device makes and how easy it is to clean up. I hope that this might be helpful for anyone having difficulty with theirs or are deciding whether to get one. Even though it’s a little more effort, it’s not a hassle and the popcorn it makes is completely worth it.
What's not to like?
Besides, popcorn is CHEAP, healthy (unless you drown it with sugars and/or oil), and tastes good.
Store-brand popcorn starts at about about a nickel an ounce. Add a little vegetable oil, salt and spices. Minutes later you have a bowl full of a hot, healthy snack that tastes great. Plus, it costs less than the change that's stuck under your couch cushions. So isn't it time to replace those coins with loose kernels?
I like to experiment with the spices. So far my favorite is simply extra virgin olive oil, kosher salt and cayenne pepper. Dried rosemary, black pepper and garlic powder are great also. Anything that can last a few minutes in a microwave would probably work; you can add other spices after it's popped.
I've also tried to go super low-calorie by using a bit of filtered water to get the salt and spices to stick. It works, just not as well as vegetable oil.
And a bonus for anyone in the U.S.: Most popcorn we buy here is grown here. It's tariff-proof!
We've followed the directions, which were easy to read in well-structured English, but some of the popcorn always burns no matter what setting we use on our microwave, how much or little oil we use, or what brand or type of popcorn we purchased. Between the smell of the burned popcorn (which does not dissipate rapidly) and the scorched taste, it's not working for us.
Also, the amount of popcorn made is barely enough for two good eaters. More than that, and you will be popping many batches.
It's being returned; we will return to our trusted ancient cast-iron dutch oven and stove top popping.