Pizza Popcorn Recipe
If you need a snack for movie night, check out this recipe for pizza popcorn. A delicious combination between your two favorite comfort foods. Why choose, when you can indulge in the best of both worlds? We guarantee that this recipe will be a hit for both movie or game night. So, invite your friends over, or spend time with your family over a movie.
We recommend you make a big batch since these are guaranteed to be a crowd fave! Alternatively, make a big batch all for yourself. When made yourself, popcorn can actually be a healthy snack. With the addition of the sun-dried tomatoes you will be getting an extra dose of tonnes of vitamins.
In addition, no one would mind getting their hands dirty while nibbling on these goodies as you’re in the comfort of your own home. If you loved this Pizza Popcorn recipe and craving for a more substantial snack, check out our other snack ideas here.
How To Make Pizza Popcorn
We have just the perfect combination that fixes both your pizza and popcorn craving. This popcorn recipe has all the flavors that make you go crazy over pizza.
In a saucepan over medium-high heat, add oil and kernels making sure that the corn kernels are coated well with the oil. Cover the pan and wait for the kernels to pop. Shake the pan from time to time.
With a food processor or blender, combine butter, tomatoes, white onion, and garlic. Puree the ingredients until it forms a smooth paste.
Transfer the popcorn into a large bowl and add the remaining dry ingredients. Mix well.
Pour over the wet ingredients and mix well everything together.
Sprinkle more parmesan cheese. Serve and enjoy!
- Calcium: 51mg
- Calories: 201kcal
- Carbohydrates: 11g
- Cholesterol: 32mg
- Fat: 17g
- Fiber: 2g
- Iron: 1mg
- Potassium: 147mg
- Protein: 3g
- Saturated Fat: 8g
- Sodium: 352mg
- Sugar: 1g
- Vitamin A: 479IU
- Vitamin C: 8mg
Ingredients You Need
Commonly Asked Questions
I don’t have grapeseed oil. Which oil can I use instead?
You can use other vegetable oils, although don’t go for canola if you’re avoiding highly processed oils.
Can I cook popcorn in olive oil?
You can mix in or completely substitute with olive oil, and even extra-virgin olive oil, if you prefer. But it is important to note that both olive oil burns faster, so remember to cook it only over medium heat, and keep an eye on it.
This recipe is an easy solution to spice up your favorite movie-companion snack, without the guilt, with the flavors of pizza. So, sit back and watch your movie without the craving to call for a whole box of pizza.
This recipe has never failed us when it comes to having people over or just fulfilling that annoying little craving.