Bob's Red Mill GF Yellow Popcorn 850g


  • Brand: Bob's Red Mill
  • Product Code: GF Grains & Flours
  • Availability: In Stock
  • ID: 3954

Both our yellow and white popcorn kernels make outstanding popcorn—far better than packaged microwave popcorn, and even better than most movie theater popcorn! If you’re wondering whether white popcorn tastes different than yellow, rest assured it doesn’t matter which popcorn variety you choose: taste-wise, they’re both delicious. When popping these kernels, they burst into wonderfully fluffy blossoms of corn with a delightful crunch. To make homemade popcorn, all you need to do is heat up our popcorn kernels in a pan with a little cooking oil.

Popcorn is one of the best munching foods of all, containing only 100 calories and 4 grams of fiber per serving. What little fat occurs naturally in popcorn is in the form of healthier unsaturated fats. This popping corn contains no saturated or trans fats.

We feel everyone loves good popcorn. Who can watch a movie and not want a bowl of freshly popped yellow or white popcorn? If you air pop it and add no salt, it makes a nutritious, whole grain snack. Or you can use coconut oil and even a little butter if you truly want to indulge in that irresistible buttery flavor!

Bob's Red Mill whole grain unpopped kernels always burst into beautiful, large pieces both in the air popper and in the pan. Season to taste with a variety of toppings like Spanish smoked paprika, nutritional yeast, cayenne powder, chili pepper, curry powder, cumin or grated Parmesan cheese.

You can also use the popped kernels to make popcorn balls, an old-fashioned treat you can dress up with pumpkin seeds, flaxseed, dried fruit or other add-ins.

Cinnamon Candied Popcorn


  • 8 cups Yellow Popcorn (100 g, about ½ cup unpopped)
  • 9 oz package Cinnamon Candies, such as Cinnamon Imperials or Red Hots
  • 2 cups Corn Syrup (237 mL)


  1. Preheat oven to 250°F.
  2. Pop popcorn according to package directions and remove all unpopped kernels. Place popped popcorn in a large roasting pan. Place pan in the oven to keep everything warm while you make the candy.
  3. Cook candies and corn syrup in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring occasionally. Once the temperature reaches 230–235°F on a candy thermometer, allow the mixture to cook for an additional 3 minutes.
  4. Immediately pour over the popcorn mixture. Stir well to evenly coat.
  5. Bake mixture at 250°F for 1 hour, stirring every 15 minutes. Pour warm mixture onto parchment paper and break into smaller pieces as it cools

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