I had the pleasure of receiving two of the four limited edition flavors from Popcorn Indiana to review on Friday. The caramel popcorn and the dark fudge chocolate chip kettlecorn arrived just before dinner time, so I sat it nicely on the counter, resisting temptation to skip dinner & dive right in.
The popcorn is not only gluten-free, but also free of cholesterol, trans fats & preservatives. More about Popcorn Indiana:
The all-natural ingredients and goodness of Popcorn, Indiana – from the fresh fields of the Midwest – are unearthed in every bag, and include 100% whole grains. It’s popcorn’s redemption – a new take on a familiar classic. They have created freshness and flavor that can’t be duplicated in the microwave oven. Nor do its products have any hidden chemicals that leave an aftertaste or alter its authenticity. Equally important, Popcorn, Indiana’s products are created by a company that prides itself on quality, service and most of all…customer satisfaction.
I was a good girl, and patiently waited until after dinner to dig into the popcorn, but it wasn’t easy. Do you see why?
This popcorn was every bit as good as it looks x 1000 times better!! I honestly didn’t expect to like it as much as I did and now I think I may have to go get some more because Jon ate all of the caramel corn in one sitting! I got one handful. One. Lucky for me, Jon didn’t like the dark fudge chocolate chip kettlecorn! I ate that as my dessert last night and plan on doing the same tonight.
In addition to the 2 flavors we received to review, there are also 2 other limited edition flavors: drizzled black & white kettlecorn and drizzled cinnamon sugar kettlecorn. OH.MY.GOSH. Both of those sound pretty darn amazing, too! These all would make great, unique Valentine’s Day treats for your sweeties.
Popcorn Indiana’s products can be found in select Walgreens, Wal-mart & Whole Foods store locations. Remember, these 4 flavors are limited edition, but there are plenty of other great Popcorn Indian flavors to choose from.
***We received the products reviewed in this post free of charge for review purposes only. The opinions stated here are mine (and Jon’s) and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.