These are 25 of the best ever gluten-free recipes. Get that popcorn popping plugged in, and start popping it up! You’re going to love this. I really feel like Pinterest has complicated our lives. It makes us think we have to have a whole, elaborate production for Game Day, family movie night, parties or family game night. But, guess what? You don’t have to! Even popcorn has gotten complicated over the years. People think they need to cover it in all sorts of stuff. And you may ask – isn’t that the point of this post? And I’ll tell you it isn’t. The point is that you can buy something as simple as some BOOMCHICKAPOP, open the bag and enjoy. Or you can start with BOOMCHICKAPOP and mix in all sorts of things to it and make a quick gluten-free snack in no time. In fact, you can let the party start at the store. Take your children with you and pick out a few of their favorite snacks, including BOOMCHICKAPOP then bring them home and set them out and let everyone make their own favorite snack mix. That way everyone can have a custom-made treat, there is no cooking involved and the snacks and shopping become part of the party!
And in case you want some more inspiration and ideas for Game Day snacks, below are 25 gluten-free popcorn recipes. Some of them have BOOMCHICKAPOP to make it even easier and some are more complicated. However, all but the most complicated popcorn recipes are easier than almost any other dessert recipe out there. And since popcorn is naturally gluten-free, you don’t have to do anything special or feel weird eating food that’s different from everyone else.
My children were super-excited to have a movie night and try BOOMCHICKAPOP. We pretty much never let them eat snacks while watching movies and they loved how they got to choose several different things to mix together. We kept it simple and let them choose from a few types of BOOMCHICKAPOP, pretzels and peanuts. They all loved it. My five year-old daughter said it was the best day ever. And the best part? It only took a few minutes to open the bags, put it in bowls and let them pick what they wanted. We had them put it in bags so they didn’t fight and it prevented spilled popcorn bowls. I loved how they had a snack to keep them busy during the movie and they weren’t eating sugary snacks.
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