Anyone else a big pumpkin fan? I don’t just like pumpkin, I absolutely love pumpkin. Truthfully I just have a thing for orange veggies. Honest to goodness I ate so many orange veggies when I was little that my nose turned orange. It’s true what they say, you are what you eat. Back to my point though…I’m a huge pumpkin fan. If it has it, or even the taste of it, I’m there. All of the pumpkin foods are one of my favorite parts of the fall. Knowing now how much I love the flavor of pumpkin I’m sure you can imagine just how much I would love Pumpkin Pie Popcorn.
Pumpkin Pie Popcorn is one of my all time favorite fall snacks. My other favorite would be baked pumpkin seeds. Are you seeing a pattern here? Due to the spice mix added to the popcorn it really does taste like a pumpkin pie. If you are a fan of pumpkin pie than you are going to simply love this popcorn!
Not only is the flavor of the popcorn good, but it’s not too bad of a snack to have because it doesn’t have any salt and only a little butter and sugar. The last time we made it there was only a tiny bit left because we all couldn’t stop eating it. Even Nick was inhaling it. Add a cup of coffee with a pumpkin spice creamer and you’ll have it made. Oh my goodness it’s so good!
- ½ cup Uncooked Popcorn
- 1Tb Sugar
- ½ tsp Cinnamon
- ¼ tsp Ginger
- ⅛ tsp All Spice
- ⅛ tsp Cloves
- ⅛ tsp Nutmeg
- Spray butter
- Combine all of the spices together in a bowl, mix, and then set it aside.
- Pop the popcorn on the stove or in a popcorn popper. You could use a microwave bag of popcorn, but it would need to be completely plain. Using actual uncooked popcorn that you pop yourself would be better though.
- Once the popcorn is done pour it into a large bowl or container. You're going to be mixing it so make sure it's not overflowing the container, or you're going to have a big mess.
- Spray the popcorn with spray butter and sprinkle some of your spice mixture onto the popcorn. Then take a large spoon and mix the popcorn up to spread the mixture around.
- Continue to spray the butter, adding more spice, and mixing until all of the spice mixture is gone.