Boom Chika Pop Popcorn Review

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Let me tell you about thissssss popcorn by BOOM CHiCKA POP!

Boom Chicka Pop is an air popped healthier than most popcorn.  So far I have tried 3 types of the Boom Chicka Pop popcorns; Sea Salt, White Cheddar and Sweet & Salty Kettle. All different. All (pretty) healthy. All delicious.

IMG_7012Boom Chicka Pop Sea Salt has a light salty taste to it. Not anything super special but it is wayyyyy healthier than oiled or microwaved popped pop corn that’s filled with butter and artificial flavors. I think it’s definitely worth the buy. It’s only 35 calories a cup. Eat up my friends.

Fooducate Grade: A-

Ingredients:Popcorn, Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt.

 

IMG_4947Boom Chicka Pop White Cheddar taste just like it sounds white cheddary. I was a bit hesitant to buy this because I thought this can’t possibly be healthy and delicious. I thought it would be a subtle cheddar taste, but I was wrong the cheddar was perfectly cheddary LOL.  It has 60 calories a cup. It’s my favorite! The only down side is I can’t stop eating it. So you may need to hide it from yourself.

Fooducate Grade: B+

Ingredients: Popcorn, Sunflower Oil, Whey, Cheddar Cheese (Cultured Pasteurized Milk, Salt Enzymes), Nonfat Milk, Sea Salt, Lactic Acid, Natural Flavor :( . Learn more about natural flavors here.

 

IMG_0095Boom Chicka Pop Sweet & Salty Kettle Popcorn has a sweet crunchy caramel taste with a subtle savory tent. It taste like the kettle popcorn you get at the carnival. Perfectly sweet. 70 calories a cup. You definitely won’t regret it.

Fooducate Grade: B+

Ingredients:Popcorn, Sunflower Oil, Dried Cane Sugar, Sea Salt.

 

Boom Chicka Pop can be found in Target. I have no sponsorship with this brand, I just really love this popcorn!

 

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-Fitty Fattys

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1 Comment

  • Reply Nancie July 26, 2016 at 7:29 am

    this supposed sea salt pop corn was more tasteless than rice cakes…. even the flavored ones.
    if there was any sea salt in this I’ll eat my hat. Borders on fraud

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