#MarchSnackness with PopCorners
Living in Charleston, I am constantly tempted by amazing food. There are five star restaurants on just about every corner, most offering some form of fried decadence paired with a buttery biscuit. Charleston is a total foodie city, and I have zero concerns about how long it will take to try 15 more new-to-me restaurants in the area.
As much as I love indulging, I've always been a fairly healthy eater, and have definitely tried to improve my habits over the past year or so – minimizing the pasta and meat, getting on a regular barre schedule, and even staying an arms length from Chick Fil A now that I'm in Charleston (#prayforme). But this girl is always up for a good meal, and of course, a good evening snack.
Insert: popcorn. It's salty, buttery, light, and airy. I put a few tablespoons of kernels on the stove, and just a few minutes later have a delicious snack literally at my fingertips. If I'm feeling really glutenous, I'll sometimes mix in a few chocolate chips for a sweet and salty bowl of heaven on earth. But tell me, what's the only drawback to eating stove popped popcorn? Kernels in your teeth, amiright? With their Carnival Kettle flavored popped corn chips, however, PopCorners – one of my new favorite snack brands – has single-handily removed that one negative and added so much more, creating a healthy, loved-by-all snack. There are 7 flavors total, and all are equally delicious. Talk about #MarchSnackness – I'm going to need a bracket just to pick my favorite!
Whether I'm having a girls night in with my roommates (hello, Bachelor Monday, I can't wait for your sweet return) or hanging with friends watching football or March Madness, I know that PopCorners is a snack that any crowd will love to add to the party. They taste amazing, and are a better-for-you, GMO-free snack made with only organic ingredients. Guys love watching the game with them, and the girls don't feel guilty about eating them (even when it is a few bags in a row!).
When you're looking to really impress the crowd, PopCorners even offers a handful of recipes that incorporate their chips. Whether you're in the mood for something sweet, salty, or spicy, PopCorners has you covered! (I will definitely be trying the Cheddar and Cilantro Veggie Burgers with Avocado and the Creamy Garlic and Herb Ricotta).
Side note: I normally base my March Madness winner off of the college town where I'd most like to drink a beer, but the Gamecocks is the only team that this gal will be cheering for this year!
Disclaimer: the snacks in this post were provided by PopCorners, but all opinions are my own.