Sugar-Free Kettle Corn Premium PD Recipe

The original sweet and salty crunchy treat was made in an iron kettle called a Dutch Oven and introduced to the United States by Dutch settlers in 1776. It was a part of the excitement at fairs and festive occasions. Protective Diet keeps food history alive and progressive, taking this 18th-century treat into the health-focused 21st. With our modern kitchens, air poppers, and Instant Pots and desires for fun food every day of the week, we can enjoy this historic snack in minutes. Sugar-Free Kettle Corn is oil-free, lightly sweetened, and kissed with salt for a maximum snack satisfaction any day of the week while maintaining optimal health.

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  1. This is an awesome recipe! I also remade one of my childhood favorite cereals “sugar puffs”. I used the organic kamut cereal in place of the popcorn and added 1 tsp vanilla to the esugar and 1/2 of the salt. It’s a winner! Thanks for another awesome recipe, Julie!

    1. This is my favorite treat to share with friends and new neigbor welcome gifts. Like you said it is well received! YAY! I love having another healthy treat that makes people say WOW!