Peanut Butter Popcorn

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Peanut Butter Popcorn is a tasty snack idea the whole family is sure to love. Perfect for family movie nights or a nutritious snack to take to a friend or a neighbor. You can make this tasty snack idea as a gift, just put the popcorn in a clear plastic bag and tie on a nice ribbon. You can make the popcorn look fancier by melting a bit of chocolate and drizzling it overtop the popcorn after the popcorn has cooled. You can put the popcorn in a plastic baggie or put in a take-out style box from a craft store. If making this tasty snack idea for kids, you can press the popcorn into a ball and put the popcorn on a popsicle stick. There are so many possibilities for this snack recipe. You can drizzle some chocolate over the popcorn recipe to give it some added flavor and to make the popcorn look pretty. Some other great additions to this tasty snack idea are some M&M’s, some up chopped candy bar, or some white or dark chocolate chips. For this nutritious snack, you will need some microwave popcorn, brown sugar, corn syrup and peanut butter. For the full step by step instructions for this tasty snack idea, you will want to take a look at the Favorite Family Recipes site.

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Corn was first domesticated over 9,000 years ago in what is now known as Mexico. Archaeologists discovered that the people have known about popcorn for thousands of years. In Mexico, there are remnants of popcorn that have been found that date back to around 3600 BC. The popping of corn kernels was later achieved by hand on stovetops through the 19th century. Corn kernels were sold on the East Coast of the United States under the names of Pearls or Nonpareil. The term of popped corn first appeared in John Russell Bartlett’s 1848 Dictionary of the Americanisms. Popcorn is an ingredient that is found in Cracker Jack, and in the early years of the recipe, it was popped by hand. Each kernel of popcorn that is popped contains a certain amount of moisture and oil. Unlike most other types of grains, the outer hull of the popcorn kernel is both strong and also impervious to moisture and the starch inside which consists almost entirely of a hard type. As the oil and the water within the popcorn kernel are heated, they turn that moisture in the popcorn kernel into pressurized steam. Under these perfect conditions, the starch inside the kernel gelatinizes, then softens, and becomes pliable. The internal pressure of the entrapped steam in the kernel continues to increase until the breaking point of the hull is reached.

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