I was provided with samples of Popcorn Indiana to facilitate my review, but all opinions are my own.
Popcorn, Indiana is a pretty fun company. First their name is Popcorn, Indiana and they have a little icon in the shape of Indiana with a dot depicting the location of Popcorn. I think that is pretty cute and pretty clever. Secondly, they say their popcorn is the “best invention on the planet since Caller ID”! That is pretty good popcorn, and they aren’t modest. Thirdly, I don’t think the popcorn is actually from Indiana, it is distributed by Popcorn, Indiana in Englewood, NJ. See, funny and fun.
My Thoughts on Popcorn Indiana
When I was given a chance to do a Popcorn Indiana review, I was pretty excited. I love popcorn. Being on a diet, popcorn is one of my favorite go to snacks if I’m feeling really hungry and can’t seem to fill up. Now, usually I eat plain, air popped popcorn, but some days I am just hankering for something sweet and I love me some kettlecorn (who doesn’t right?) I did a quick run down and the Popcorn Indiana Drizzled Cinnamon Sugar Kettlecorn is only 4 Weight Watchers points for 1 cup. I think that is actually really good. One cup is usually enough to satisfy and this give you a decadent, sweet, crunchy and delectable treat without a ton of points.
Popcorn Indiana Drizzled Cinnamon Sugar Kettlecorn
Speaking of the Drizzled Cinnamon Sugar Kettlecorn, I’m sure you really want to know what it tastes like. Let me start off by saying I gave each boy a few kernels to try this morning before school. Shh, don’t tell anyone! Nico told me it was so good that he wanted it for dessert tonight. I think that covers the yummable factor. To me the popcorn is crunchy but there is this wonderful hit of cinnamon and vanilla. Then all of a sudden you get a soft, sweet taste of white chocolate. This is a perfect combination of flavors. The white chocolate works beautifully with the cinnamon to produce a richness that is delicious.
Popcorn Indiana Dark Fudge Chocolate Chip Kettlecorn
Where the Cinnamon Sugar kettlecorn is creamy and rich, the Dark Fudge Chocolate Chip is full on dark chocolate headiness. At 140 calories for 1.5 cups, it is really the deal when you need that deep, dark chocolate flavor. I love that it still retains the crunch of the popcorn while offering the sweetness of a chocolate candy.
Both popcorns are gluten free and kosher. They do contain milk and soy, and are produced in a facility that uses milk, soy, peanuts and tree nuts. I think these are fantastic treats that have no preservatives, zero transf ats and use Non-GMO Corn! You know how I feel about that.