Clean Eating Christmas Popcorn

March 26, 2019Johnfitt

Clean Eating Christmas Popcorn – Christmas in July has never been easier or more healthy!

Last year we wrote about our Christmas in July tradition. By simply thinking ahead in July we are much more relaxed and able to enjoy the holidays in December. You can start making some Holiday Pillowcases, freeze some divinely delicious Buttermilk Syrup, construct a few Utensil Box’s and start saving jars for some Clean Eating Christmas Popcorn!

When you are trying to stay healthy popcorn can be the perfect treat. During the holidays, when everyone tends to binge on lots of treats, it can be very refreshing to receive something on the healthy side. This Christmas Popcorn is super easy to put together, tastes amazing and is just right for neighbor gifts. By thinking ahead in July you can start purchasing cute jars and popcorn when it’s on sale. To save some money you can even start saving peanut butter jars. Wash them and out and spray paint the lid and no one will ever know. 😉 But don’t forget to make yourself a batch too! This popcorn is pretty amazing! CLICK HERE for your free printable to go with it.

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Clean Eating Christmas Popcorn

Ingredients

1 cup dehydrated brown sugar (directions below)
½ tsp. cayenne pepper
1 Tbs. salt
1 tsp. Cinnamon

Directions
Stir all ingredients together and sprinkle over buttered popcorn.

Dehydrated Brown Sugar:

Directions

Sprinkle brown sugar over a cookie sheet. Bake at 170º until completely dried out. Ovens will vary, stir after 15 minutes. When it is ready it will look and feel like granulated sugar. Pour into a food processor or blender. Blend until ultra fine. Sift out chunks. Measure for recipe after blending and sifting to achieve proper measurement.

OR spread brown sugar unto dehydrating trays using the sheets for fruit leather. Dehydrate at 170º (or highest temp) until brown sugar resembles granulated sugar. Pour into a food processor or blender. Blend until ultra fine. Sift out chunks. Measure for recipe after blending and sifting to achieve proper measurement.

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