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7 Tasty Ideas For Cheese Popcorn

by Layla Watson

Cheesy popcorn is quite simply delicious. However, it does seem to get as much attention as traditional salty popcorn, buttery popcorn, or even caramel popcorn. With tons of new recipes surfacing for these other varieties, it's only fair that cheese popcorn lovers have create combos to try as well. Here are some tasty cheese popcorn ideas to try:

  1. Popcorn Al Queso - everyone seems to know about dipping tortilla chips in delicious, gooey queso cheese for game day. However, cheese popcorn can take your cheese dip game to the next level. It'll wow your friends and astound your enemies.
  2. Parmesan Appetizer - sprinkle some fresh grated parmesan cheese on your cheese popcorn for a pungent kick. It's a great way to class it up as well.
  3. Popcorn Pizza - have you ever tried popcorn on your pizza? If not, why? The crunchiness of the popcorn mixed with the sauce of the pizza makes a mouth-watering combo
  4. Italiana - try heating up some olive oil in the microwave. Then, mix in some salt and pepper and pour the spiced olive oil over your batch of cheese popcorn. The result is delicious and you'll feel like you're in the hills of Italy.
  5. The Redemption - to reheat your cheese popcorn and give it some flair, try adding oregano, salt, pepper, and garlic powder to it. Mix it up and place it in the oven for 10 minutes. The result will be something that pleases all the senses, especially taste.
  6. Mr. Right - cheese popcorn just seems to be made to go with butter. Heat up a half of a cup of butter. You can use margarine if you prefer. Pour the melted butter over the cheesy popcorn. If you want to add even more irresisitable flavor, keep a small shaker of salt handy and use it at will.
  7. Popcorn Kabob - you can string your popcorn through skewers. Then, you can place the skewered cheese popcorn on the grill very briefly to achieve grill marks. Be careful not to hold them on too long. If you manage the time right, you'll end up melting some of the cheese and bringing the flavor out even more.

Cheese popcorn is incredibly versatile. If you're a purist, you can always eat straight from the package or container. However, if you're feeling like trying something new, treat yourself to any of the seven ideas above or create your own new combo. 

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