Rated 4.6 out of 5Â by 60
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Lanie Easy to use popcorn packets
This popcorn worked great in the machine. Very easy to use and tasted like theater popcorn.
February 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Sandy Remember TV Time Popcorn?
I had been looking on the internet for the TV Time Popcorn that I loved when I was a kid. I found one kind and ordered it. It was a little high price wise, but it was good. Then I happened to see Home Depot had a different brand and much cheeper. This popcorn is great! You don't need a special popper, just a good size pot & lid. Just like in the olden days. For under a dollar you get a LARGE BOWL of fluffy Popcorn. My son (36), who never had TV Time popcorn, already "borrowed" 4 bags for his family then came back for more. I'll have to order more and I told him to order his own. If you liked the old style popcorn this is a must to order. I hate Microwave Popcorn.
August 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by StephenS Nice all in one premeasured packets.
A little unsure at first of which part of packet was the seasoned salt and which was the oil. They look about the same in the unopened package. Once you snip off the top of the packet it is apparent that the oil is the much larger portion. The popcorn pops up nice and large and the premeasured ingredients do make it easy, and deliver nice, flavorful popcorn. Bought the 4oz. packets this time, but will probably try the 6oz. or 8oz. packets next time. My wife really loves her popcorn! The 4oz. packet made a nice size bucket of delicious popcorn. It was enough for the two of us.
January 3, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Hank62 Everything was wonderfull ecept that i undercooked my first bach of popcorn.
The pre measured popcorn is the way to go!!! once the kettle was hot just cut the top, dump all of it in at once, and in a few min's great tasting popcorn.
January 16, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by iowatoad Popcorn machine flavor from your stovetop.
Tastes like popcorn machine made it, but from your kitchen. I don't have a machine yet so I cook this product on my stove. Don't follow the instructions however. For the 4oz packet, use a 3qt covered saucepan with half the oil and half the included popcorn. Snip the oil and popcorn compartments of the packet and pour the popcorn into a measuring cup for accuracy. Use fairly high heat on an electric stove (8.5) and squeeze half the oil into the saucepan with half the popcorn, not the salt. Pop both batches and pour them into a large bowl. Snip the salt compartment and shake it on the popped corn. Toss the corn to mix. Just like the machines (at the theater) make - YUM, YUM!
October 29, 2011