Once upon a time, ordering up some chicken and waffles meant, well, some waffles on a plate with chicken on top. Today it means potato chips, pizza, cupcakes and now, popcorn.
The Popcorn Factory’s latest offering combines two loveable flavors for a popcorn that sounds perfect for your next Netflix binge session. The company describes their chicken and waffles popcorn as having “all the flavors of the herbs and spices of perfectly fried chicken with the syrupy, buttery deliciousness of fresh buttermilk waffles.”
We haven’t had a chance to try it yet, but we’re expecting it to have that same can’t-stop-eating-it combo of salt and sugar that makes kettle corn so impossible put down until the bag is 100% empty.
A 10-inch canister of the new chicken and waffles popcorn costs $14.99, plus shipping if you’re ordering online.
There are also no reviews posted on the product’s page yet, and there isn’t much action on the Popcorn Factory’s Instagram posts about the new flavor, either:
However, if chicken and waffles are your favorite food, it might just be worth taking a chance. And don’t forget that chicken and waffles can be a meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner, so the popcorn works as a snack at any time of the day, too.
If chicken and waffles aren’t your thing, the Popcorn Factory has plenty of other unique flavors. How about bacon cheddar or Cheezy Jalapeño? If dessert is more your jam, you might want to pick up cookies & crème or chocolate-covered strawberry. Yum!
It’s also pretty easy to make uniquely-flavored popcorn in your own kitchen. While recipes like taco popcorn are as simple as they sound (taco seasoning and popcorn!), other more dessert-like treats include a few more ingredients.
One word comes to mind when thinking of this salted caramel popcorn: irresistible! You’ll need butter, corn syrup, brown sugar and salt to make the caramel sauce, but then you just pour it all over the popcorn.
Will you be trying The Popcorn Factory’s new chicken & waffles popcorn?
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