Skip To Content
  • win badge
Posted on Sep 4, 2015

17 Totally Genius Ways To Flavor Popcorn

You need these for your next Netflix binge.

1. Dark Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and White Chocolate Popcorn

Alina Polishuk / Via gw.spoonuniversity.com

The crunchy kernels with smooth chocolate and PB make this a perfect munchie to pair with basically any movie. Recipe here.

2. Chai Caramel Corn

Alex Furuya / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com

Nothing is better than a chai tea latte on a chilly autumn day. Now you can make this super-simple and seriously addicting chai-flavored popcorn using just a few simple ingredients. Make it like this.

3. Peppermint Bark Popcorn

Hannah Skiest / Via fandm.spoonuniversity.com

Whoever thought of combining dark chocolate and peppermint is a genius, but imagine that rich peppermint bark drizzled over some crunchy and salty popcorn. Recipe here.

4. Sriracha Sesame Popcorn

Alina Polishuk / Via washu.spoonuniversity.com

This Asian-inspired popcorn recipe is perfect for all hot sauce lovers, and the sesame adds an irresistible nutty flavor. Here’s how.

5. Tequila Caramel Popcorn

Megan McCormack / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com

Tequila and popcorn aren’t the first combo that come to my mind, but this booze-infused recipe is a great snack for when you’re on the go, or when you’re headed out to the club. Make it like this.

6. Garlic and Herb Popcorn

Chelsea Hawk / Via nyu.spoonuniversity.com

This savory popcorn is a great alternative to carb-loaded garlic bread. You can check out other popcorn recipes such as those pictured above, or find the original recipe here.

7. Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn

Alina Polishuk / Via gw.spoonuniversity.com

The creamy Parmesan cheese is complemented by the rosemary's slight herby flavor. Recipe here.

8. Choco-Cinnamon Popcorn

Anna Beckerman / Via nyu.spoonuniversity.com

This warm, cinnamon-flavored, chocolate-covered popcorn is definitely one you’ll want to try out. Recipe here.

9. Everything Bagel Popcorn

Benj Shapiro / Via msu.spoonuniversity.com

Imagine that everything-bagel flavor in your mouth in a popcorn version that you can eat all day, everyday. Make it like this.

10. Cookies ‘n' Cream Popcorn

Benj Shapiro / Via msu.spoonuniversity.com

Give your popcorn a little cream and your cookies a little extra crunch, by making this Oreo and popcorn mash-up. Make it like this.

11. Popcorn S'more Candy Pie

Aurelie Corinthios / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com

A slice of this pie made of graham cracker crust, chocolate, marshmallows, M&M's, and salty popcorn is definitely not for the faint of heart. Make it like this.

12. Curry-Dusted Popcorn

Brooke Gabriel / Via michigan.spoonuniversity.com

Keepin’ this snack on the savory side, this Indian-inspired curry powder popcorn will introduce you to a whole new world of flavor. Find the recipe here.

13. Chocolate-Drizzled Popcorn

Kirby Barth / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com

Whether you need a midday snack or are in need of a late-night treat, this chocolate-drizzled popcorn is a quick and easy way to hop on that sweet-and-salty bandwagon. Here's how to make it.

14. Popcorn Balls

Megan Suckut / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com

A unique twist on of this classic snack, popcorn balls take the crunchy corn to a whole new level. Watch how to make ’em here.

15. Cheddar Dusted Popcorn

Lexa Rowland / Via wm.spoonuniversity.com

If you’re tired of the same old vending machine snacks, this Cheetos popcorn recipe will fix that. Learn how here.

16. M&M's Popcorn

Rachel Livengood / Via scu.spoonuniversity.com

This M&M's popcorn is literally the easiest snack to make and only requires two ingredients and a microwave. (Somewhat obvious) recipe here.

17. Microwave Popcorn From Scratch

Caitlin Schnack / Via nyu.spoonuniversity.com

DIY microwave popcorn offers the convenience of microwavable popcorn without all the extra chemicals from fake butter and loads of salt with just a brown paper bag and some popcorn kernels. Here's how.

Original article written by AmiLin McClure for Spoon University.

For more, like Spoon University on Facebook or pin them on Pinterest.