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Old 08-21-2009, 04:02 PM   #31  
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Way back when microwave popcorn came out, there used to be a Orville Redenbacher Sour Cream and Onion popcorn. You'd make the popcorn and then shake a little packet of powerdery goodness over it. Of course it was all the high-cal stuff, but I would love to find a way to doctor up my 100 cal m'wave popcorn to have that Sour Cream and Onion flavor. I've tried sprinkling Parmesean cheese over it but it doesn't stick because there is no fat on the popcorn....I just end up with plain popcorn and a little pile of cheese at the bottom!

Windchime...I just went on the KernelSeason's website posted by brandy922 and they have the sour cream and onion seasoning.
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Old 08-21-2009, 06:29 PM   #32  
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I buy the Hidden Valley Ranch seasoning powder. It is 5 cals per serving, and I just love "ranch" popcorn (I get the big bottle of it at Sam's Club)
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Thanks CD for the idea!
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I can't do microwave popcorn as it could kill me haha. Seriously, I react to it, so when I do have popcorn I take kernels and put them in a paper bag, nuke it, which is fine as it doesn't have that crap the microwave brands have( i react to something in those brands).

Then I spray a little olive oil and a touch of salt, then you could do lemon pepper or onion powder, or nutritional yeast if you like a cheesy flavor. I like mine a bit plain, so I usually just do a bit of olive oil and sea salt.
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Thanks for the tips
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Great tips! I find that the 100 cal bags can be a bit bland. Definitely will try some of these suggestions!
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