This is the only way we make popcorn now! so yummy! Microwave Popcorn Trick — you never have to buy microwave popcorn again! Add 1/3 cup popcorn kernels to a brown paper bag, fold the bag over twice then heat in a microwave — folded side down — for 2 minutes. THAT’S IT! Fresh popped popcorn without any fuss, ready for you to flavor as desired or eat completely bare.

Brown Bag Microwave Popcorn Trick: Add cup popcorn kernels to a brown paper bag, fold the bag over twice, then heat in microwave (folded side down) for 2 minutes. Popcorn is ready to flavor as desired or eat completely bare. It really works!

Jalapeno Cheddar Corn Skillet Cornbread- Super moist and buttery, filled with roasted jalapeno, cheddar & corn kernels for loads of flavour! via @SeasonsSuppers

Jalapeno Cheddar Corn Cornbread

Jalapeno Cheddar Corn Skillet Cornbread- Super moist and buttery, filled with roasted jalapeno, cheddar corn kernels for loads of flavour! via Seasons and Suppers

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Easy Pantry Organizing: Coffee Creamer Containers

brilliant way to reuse your coffee mate containers, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas As much as I drink coffee daily.you'd think I would've came up with this Simple idea!

Recipe: The Popcorn Trick  Ok. My husband and I are popcorn junkies. We buy the 100 calorie bags all the time. No more. This is SO easy. Worked perfectly. Drizzled a little olive oil and sprinkled salt. Delicious. Never buying store bought again!

The Popcorn Trick

yum Recipe: The Popcorn Trick Ok. My husband and I are popcorn junkies. We buy the 100 calorie bags all the time. This is SO easy. Drizzled a little olive oil and sprinkled salt. Never buying store bought again!

Brown Paper Bag Microwave Popcorn!  So much healthier than the microwave popcorn from the store!!

The Popcorn Trick

We've done this & it works. You can just pop regular popcorn in a brown paper bag in the microwave. * ¼ cup popcorn kernels, * Brown paper lunch bag * Optional: Melted butter, oil, coconut oil, and/or salt

Sunday Cooking Lesson:  How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels Off the Cob - A Family Feast

How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels off the Cob

Sunday Cooking Lesson: How to Easily Cut Fresh Corn Kernels Off the Cob - A quick tip to make this easier to do! Only way to eat corn on the cobb!

How to Cut Fresh Corn Kernels off the Cob - A Family Feast

How to Cut Fresh Corn Kernels off the Cob

Pressure canning My Edible Yard Urban Homestead cutting corn into bundt pan Such a smart idea!

3 DIY Mother’s Day Gifts in a Jar

3 DIY Mother’s Day Gifts in a Jar

Crock Pot Chicken Spaghetti 30 One-Step Crockpot Meals Chicken Taco Soup – From: The Girl Who Ate Everything

With a simple, roll-on application, these blends of essential oils and apricot kernel oil are perfect for safely applying to the skin for a variety of benefits—without leaving behind an oily feel. To refresh, apply to temples, wrist and nape of neck.

With a simple, roll-on application, these blends of essential oils and apricot kernel oil are perfect for safely applying to the skin for a variety of benefits—without leaving behind an oily feel. To refresh, apply to temples, wrist and nape of neck.

Spouting Indian corn is an easy fall science activity for kids. Learn the trick to sprouting Indian corn kernels successfully. This would make a great preschool science activity! || Gift of Curiosity

Easy fall science: Sprouting Indian corn

Spouting Indian corn is an easy fall science activity for kids. Learn the trick to sprouting Indian corn kernels successfully. This would make a great preschool science activity! Gift of Curiosity

Bundt Pan as Corn Holder: Cut corn from the cob without the mess. Place an ear in the center of a Bundt pan. As you slide the knife down, the corn will fall right into the pan.

New Uses for Produce

Corn on the cob upright in an angel food cake pan.Cut corn from the cob without the mess. Place an ear in the center of a Bundt pan. As you slide the knife down, the corn will fall right into the pan.

Popcorn

Grow Your Own Popcorn - Organic Gardening

Homegrown popcorn is an easy thing to add to your garden. Grow your own popcorn corn and guarantee a chemical-free crop that tastes great and is great for gifts, too!

How to make your own homemade microwave popcorn!  www.clubchicacircle.com

How to make your own homemade microwave popcorn. All you need is popcorn kernels, paper bags and washi tape! So simple!

well...DUH...why didn't I think of this!! open the top of your microwave popcorn bag just enough to shake out the on-popped corn before completely opening the bag!

Dump just the kernel. After popping microwave popcorn, separate the bag opening just enough for the unpopped kernels to fall out. Shake bag upside down over trash can.

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