Both yellow and white popcorn kernels make outstanding popcorn—far better than packaged microwave popcorn, and even better than most movie theater popcorn! If you’re wondering whether white popcorn tastes different than yellow, rest assured it doesn’t matter which popcorn variety you choose: taste-wise, they’re both delicious.
When popping these kernels, they burst into wonderfully fluffy blossoms of corn with a delightful crunch. To make homemade popcorn, all you need to do is heat up our popcorn kernels in a pan with a little cooking oil.
Popcorn is one of the best munching foods of all, containing only 100 calories and 5 grams of fiber per 2 cup serving. What little fat occurs naturally in popcorn is in the form of healthier unsaturated fats. This popping corn contains no saturated or trans fats.