Last week I watched Elisabeth Hasselbeck on The Martha Stewart Show. After Elisabeth was on, Martha had on a couple that had started making & selling their kettle corn. I was intrigued, as I have taken a liking to kettle corn in the past couple of years. When we go on vacation to the beach, my brother-in-law will make kettle corn on the stove late at night. This stuff is the best late-night snack in the world, especially after a glass or two of wine or gluten-free beer. When I saw that Trader Joe’s had their own version of kettle corn (pre-popped), I picked some up to snack on for those times when I was craving kettle corn. It is good, but not homemade good.
Enter Angie’s Kettle Corn. Dan & Angie Bastian showed viewers how to make kettle corn on Martha’s show and it looks so easy! Even better, they sell their products in stores across the US or you can buy it online. Here is more about Angie & Dan:
Love is the main ingredient in our Kettle Corn and our family business.
We are a family-owned and operated company based in North Mankato, Minnesota. We are proud to make Angie’s Kettle Corn with healthy, locally produced and distributed ingredients, as a healthy and tasty snack for the entire family.
From the start we wanted Angie’s Kettle Corn to taste good and feel good. We hope you’ll agree.
Angie’s Kettle Corn is certified gluten-free (those words are music to my ears). The corn is popped in small batches and only has 4 ingredients – popcorn, corn oil, cane sugar and sea salt. Simple. Gluten-free. Dairy-free. There are only 150 calories per serving, no cholesterol and no trans-fats, so it is a snack that you can feel good about having. More about allergens:
Angie’s Kettle Corn is certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization and is produced in an allergen-free environment. Ingredients used in the production of all our kettle corn products are free all of the regulated food allergens. We do not allow nuts of any kind in our production facility.
There are three different varieties of Angie’s Kettle Corn – Original, Lite & Caramel. The caramel variety sure has caught my eye. Have you tried Angie’s Kettle Corn? What did you think?
If you would like to view the segment from The Martha Stewart Show, click here.