Pop to the Top: Trending Healthy Popcorn Recipes

By Jeanette Morelan on April 4, 2016

Popcorn’s not just for the movie theater anymore—it’s a satisfying anytime snack! These trending healthy popcorn recipes boast all the goodness of the beloved movie night favorite, but these creative toppings and mix-ins are far friendlier to your waistline than that traditional heavy butter coating.


Dorito Flavored Popcorn

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This dairy-free popcorn topping is reminiscent of those addictive chips, but it's SO much better for you.

Whole New Mom


Best Butter-Free Popcorn

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Vegan and preservative free, and it still tastes like buttered popcorn? Sign us up, please.

Gimme Some Oven


Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn

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This fat-free popping method will save you a bunch of calories, and we love this unique flavor combo!

Taste Love and Nourish


Dr. Pepper 10 Caramel Popcorn

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With less than 100 calories per cup, this caramel popcorn is addictive without being awful for you.

Flippin Delicious


Chocolate Drizzle Popcorn

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Air-popped popcorn is topped with a dark chocolate drizzle for a low-cal snack that will curb your cravings!

The Nutrition Twins


Coconut Oil Popcorn

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Coconut oil is all the rage for its health benefits, so pop your kernels in it for good measure.

Freebie Finding Mom


Healthy Caramel Popcorn

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Ditch the Cracker Jacks—this lightened up recipe is every bit as delicious without being sugar-laden.

Healthy Caramel Popcorn


Skinny Peanut Butter Caramel Popcorn

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This addictive sweet-and-salty combo is made with all natural ingredients, so you can snack guilt-free!

With Salt and Wit


Skinny Sugar Free Kettle Corn

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There's no need for sugar when there are so many great alternatives out there—use your favorite in this recipe for awesome kettle corn!

Crazy For Crust


White Chocolate Popcorn with Protein Pumpkin Spice

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Whole grain, protein and CHOCOLATE—what could be better?

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