Giant tins of popcorn are a common holiday gift, but can be the wrong gift for a vegan because of the cheese and other animal-derived ingredients that flavor the snack. But no more! Masala Pop, a Portland-based company, has popcorn just for you.
Masala Pop Popcorn
Masala Pop is a tasty, air-popped Indian-spiced popcorn that is also organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, and, to say the least, addictive.
A healthy high-fiber snack
At 100 to 120 calories per 2-cup serving, Masala Pop can be at the top of your healthy eating list. Yum! The popcorn, unlike many commercial ready-to-eat popcorn, is also low in sodium. The coolest thing is that this popcorn is so uniquely spiced, it actually keeps you mindful of your eating. How many buckets of regular popcorn have you just mindlessly noshed through only to realize how unremarkable the popcorn tasted?
Vegan popcorn flavors
Masala Pop offers two vegan flavors: Tamarind Ginger and Savory Masala. In addition to the irresistible popcorn, both also have light, crunchy papadams (savory lentil chips).
- The Tamarind Ginger is made with black sesame seeds, coconut oil, organic coconut palm sugar, tamarind, organic agave, dry mango, chili powder and other spices.
- The Savory Masala is made with red chile pepper flakes, garlic, organic coconut palm sugar, mustard seeds, asafoetida powder, and turmeric.
Masala Pop makes a great holiday gift
You can order Masala Pop from EatMasalaPop.com in 3-small-bag, 1-large-bag, or 2-gallon-tin quantities with prices starting at $12. This popcorn is a welcome treat for vegans, of course, but even your non-vegan loved ones will love snacking on the flavor-packed snack.