Vegan Caramel Corn: Vegan Caramel Popcorn by Pipcorn!
You don’t need to make your own vegan caramel popcorn anymore, now thanks to Pipcorn, you can buy vegan caramel corn! Pipcorn, which makes many flavors with its special, tiny kernel heirloom popcorn, has a soy-free, vegan, caramel popcorn.
What does it taste like?
This vegan caramel corn reminds of of the Cracker Jack popcorn I loved as a kid! Pipcorn’s vegan caramel corn has a sweet, buttery flavor on its tiny popcorn grains. I took a photo of the actual popcorn size so you could see how tiny these kernels are compared to regular popcorn kernels.
Note: Unlike Cracker Jack, Pipcorn’s vegan caramel corn doesn’t include peanuts.
Here’s what I like about Pipcorn’s vegan caramel popcorn:
- I could BUY this vegan caramel corn; I didn’t have to make it!!!
- Pipcorn is made with a non-GMO, heirloom corn. I like to support non-GMO corn.
- There’s no butter, so it has approximately 30% less fat than traditional caramel corn. (So I can eat more :D)
Where can I buy it?
I bought my first bag at my local Whole Foods. But no matter where you live, it looks like you can buy vegan caramel corn online at Amazon. They didn’t have it at my local co-op, but they may have it at yours.
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