Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe (Low Calorie and Easy)

Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe

This Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe is only 43 calories per cup, and easy to make!

In this article, you’ll learn how to make popcorn on the stove low-calorie, and healthy. This healthy popcorn recipe only calls for three ingredients, making popcorn on the stove has never been so easy…

Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe

Below, you will learn how to make popcorn on stove. We’ve made this popcorn stove top recipe as easy as possible, with a shopping list, printable recipe card, nutrition label, and more. Now you can make stove popcorn easily, with minimal cleanup.

The best popcorn recipes, are often compared to air popped popcorn. But I like making stovetop popcorn recipes because they pop in the oil, making distribution easier and more even.

This homemade stovetop popcorn recipe is only 43 calories per cup!

Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe

This recipe for stovetop popcorn will supply you with everything you need to make homemade popcorn on the stove.

From a printable recipe card for pop corn, to a shopping list that you can screenshot on your phone. This popped corn recipes article will supply you with everything you need for popping popcorn.

homemade stovetop popcorn recipe

Bellow, you’ll learn how to cook popcorn on the stove, and find the best popping corn kernels.

What You’ll Find in this Article:

  • Stovetop Popcorn Ingredients (shopping list!)
  • How to Make Popcorn on Stove Top
  • Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe (recipe card!)
  • Nutrition and Calories in Stovetop Popcorn

Making popcorn on the stove has never been so easy… You’ll want to make this homemade stovetop popcorn recipe every night, and it’s so easy, you can!

In the next section, you’ll find a shopping list for homemade stovetop popcorn with oil.

Up next, you’ll find the shopping list for homemade stovetop popcorn recipe…

Stovetop Popcorn Ingredients

We’ve made these recipes for popcorn low in calories, without sacrificing flavor. We do that with the help of healthy coconut oil. However, you can just as easily make this stovetop popcorn recipe with olive oil.

This healthy popcorn recipe only calls for three ingredients! You may already have all of the ingredients to make homemade popcorn on the stove in your pantry already!

Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe

I recommend taking a screenshot of the shopping list below. This way you have it on your phone the next time you go shopping.

Shopping List for Homemade Popcorn:

Special Tip: You can find all of the measurements for this homemade stovetop popcorn recipe in the recipe card below. There, you can choose how much healthy popcorn you want to make, and it will do all of the measurement math for you!

In the next section, you will learn how to pop popcorn on the stove. And further down, you will find a printable recipe card for this pop corn recipe.

Up next, you’ll learn how to make popcorn on the stove top.

How to Make Popcorn on Stove Top

Now that you’ve got all of the ingredients for your homemade popcorn recipe, let’s move on and pop the popcorn…

In this section, you will learn how to make popcorn on the stove top, with the help of this handy “how to guide”.

homemade stovetop popcorn recipe

Here, you will learn how to make stovetop popcorn in a flash… You can also find directions on pop corn popping in the recipe card below.

How to Make Popcorn on the Stove:

  1. In a large, heavy-bottomed saucepan or dutch oven over medium heat, combine the coconut oil and 2 popcorn kernels. Cover the pot and wait for the kernels to pop, this may take a few minutes…
  2. Once the 2 kernels pop, turn off the heat, remove the pot from the burner and pour in the remaining popcorn kernels.
  3. Cover the pot again, and give the pot a little shake to evenly layer the kernels. Let the pot rest for 1 minute to lightly cool the oil. Then turn the heat back up to medium heat and put the pot back onto the burner.
  4. Cook the popcorn, gently shaking it back and forth to cook the kernels evenly. Once the kernels start popping, vent the lid slightly to release steam.
  5. Continue cooking until the popping sound slows to about one pop per every few seconds.
  6. Remove the lid and pour the popcorn into your serving bowl. Sprinkle with salt and serve hot.

Special Tip: In the next section, you will find a shareable recipe card. There, you will find the how to guide, measurements and ingredients, even nutrition for this stove popcorn recipe.

This low calorie, healthy popcorn on the stove recipe will quickly become one of your favorite snacks. Be sure to see more low-calorie healthy snack recipes in the “what to read next” section below.

Up next, you will find a shareable recipe card that you can pin to your Pinterest boards, and email to yourself and friends.

Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe

This easy homemade stovetop popcorn recipe is only 43 calories!

Making popped corn recipes has never been easier… If you clicked on the jump to recipe button, you may have skipped past the how-to guide, and the shopping list. Should you desire to review either of those sections, simply scroll up.

In the next section, you will find a nutrition label for this homemade popcorn recipe. And below that, more low-calorie recipes for snacking and indulging.

Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe

Homemade Stovetop Popcorn Recipe

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This homemade stovetop popcorn recipe is easy and yummy!
We use coconut oil as it won't burn like butter, but you can use olive oil in its place if you desire. Learn ho sto make popcorn on stove top with this easy to follow, low calorie recipe.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 2 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 17 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 7 servings
Calories 43 kcal

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • In a large, heavy-bottomed saucepan or dutch oven over medium heat, combine the coconut oil and 2 popcorn kernels. Cover the pot and wait for the kernels to pop, this may take a few minutes…
  • Once the 2 kernels pop, turn off the heat, remove the pot from the burner and pour in the remaining popcorn kernels.
  • Cover the pot again, and give the pot a little shake to evenly layer the kernels. Let the pot rest for 1 minute to lightly cool the oil. Then turn the heat back up to medium heat and put the pot back onto the burner.
  • Cook the popcorn, gently shaking it back and forth to cook the kernels evenly. Once the kernels start popping, vent the lid slightly to release steam.
  • Continue cooking until the popping sound slows to about one pop per every few seconds.
  • Remove the lid and pour the popcorn into your serving bowl. Sprinkle with salt and serve hot.

Notes

homemade stovetop popcorn recipe

Nutrition

Serving: 1cupCalories: 43kcalCarbohydrates: 1.3gProtein: 0.1gFat: 4.3gSaturated Fat: 3.5gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 347mgPotassium: 0mgFiber: 0.2gSugar: 0gCalcium: 0mgIron: 0mg
Keyword snack, vegan
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Up next… Nutrition and calories in stovetop popcorn recipes.

Nutrition and Calories in Stovetop Popcorn

Not all stove popcorn is made the same, our low calorie recipe for popcorn on stove is just 43 calories per cup!

Be sure to check the next section for more low-calorie recipes like this healthy popcorn recipe made on the stove…

homemade stovetop popcorn recipe

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