Chocolate-Coconut Popcorn

By shoulders

  • 2 Tbsp. Canola Oil 1/3 cup popcorn 2Tbsp. Dark Chocolate Chip 2Tbsp. Light Coconut Milk

  1. Place oil and corn in a stovetop popcorn maker over medium heat, turning a couple of times to distrbute evenly. When first kernels begins to pop turn the handle continuously untill there's 5 seconds of silence between pops. In a microwave oven, melt chips on 80 percent heat 1 minute, then whisk with coconut milk and toss with popcorn to coat.

Nutritional Facts

178 calories 3g. protein 20g. carbohydrates 4g. fiber 10g. fat 2g. saturated fat 0mg. cholesterol 1 mg. sodium

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3 replies

HeartHawk 2011-12-13 23:51:05 -0600 Report


I have to watch my popcorn consupmtion as it raises my blood sugar as does just about any corn-based food!


karo_80 2011-12-13 12:06:45 -0600 Report

I heard Popcorn is good for people with diabetes too. We got a pop-corn machine for my grandparents at Walmart for Christmas :)

shoulders 2011-10-02 00:22:53 -0500 Report

Popcorn is packed with cholesterol-busting fiber, research suggests an ounce or two of dark chocolate per week can lower heart attack risk.