Popcorn Indiana

by zesty on February 27, 2009 · 40 comments

Happy Friday!  Do I have something to share with you!  I am not much of a popcorn person but I was strolling through the grocery store on Wednesday evening picking up a few things which of course turns into yet another $100 trip to the grocery store.  Is it just me or is everybody spending what seems like gobs of money just on groceries lately?


Sorry about that little tangent – So I was strolling up and down the grocery aisles with my memorized list feeling a little hungry.  I decided to look for somewhat of a healthy treat and happened to stumble upon Gourmet Kettlecorn Popcorn. I read the bag, looked over the ingredients and thought sure, why not?  I threw the bag in the cart, finished my shopping and checked out.  Once in the car, I called my wife and told her that I got a treat… she was so excited and I knew she loved popcorn.

Arriving home, I pulled in the garage, unloaded the bags and immediately opened the bag of popcorn.  We took a handful each and our eyes lit up like glow plugs.  This popcorn isn’t just good, it is amazing!  I have never tasted anything like it in my life.  Sweet, Salty, Crispy and Crunchy…. I was pretty sure I was eating junk food.  To my surprise though, I discovered that it’s made with whole grains and only 130 calories in 2 cups!!

Maybe I am living under a rock, but have you tried Gourmet Kettlecorn Popcorn before?  It is excellent.  Here is a peek at what the bag looks like. ( All pictures provided in this post are from http://popcornindiana.com.

I must be living under a rock because it appears that they have won a very prestigious award… see below:


Nutritonal Information

Original Kettle Corn

Serving Size: 2 cups (28g)

Amount per serving: Calories 130; Calories from Fat 45; Total Fat 5g (8%DV), Saturated Fat 0g, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 130mg (5%DV), Total Carb. 21g (7%DV), Dietary Fiber 2g (9%DV), Sugar 6g, Protein 1g, Vitamin A (0%DV), Vitamin C (0%DV), Calcium (0%DV), Iron (2%DV).

*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Additional flavors

  • Original Kettle Corn
  • Smoked Cheddar Cheese
  • Aged White Cheddar
  • Sea Salt Popcorn
  • Movie Theater Popcorn


So I need to know, have you tried this popcorn before and if so do you love it or I am way off base here? I have eaten 4 cups of this while writing this post – Oh dear!

Have a great weekend!

Disclaimer:  ZestyCook.com is not affiliated with Gourmet Kettlecorn Popcorn

Take care


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