Gaslamp Popcorn

The perfect mixture of sweet and salty.  Big, fluffy kernels.  What am I eating?  Popcorn, of course.  Specifically, I am munching on some kettle corn from Gaslamp Popcorn.

Gaslamp Popcorn began in the Historic Gaslamp District of San Diego in 1998.  Gaslamp Popcorn is made like it would have been in simpler times: in small batches with natural ingredients.  Popcorn, sugar, canola oil, and sea salt are the only ingredients in the kettle corn.  Simple and wonderful, that’s what Gaslamp’s made of.

Even the Authentic White Cheddar has very few ingredients, compared to most cheddar-flavored popcorn or chips.  It is absolutely covered in cheesy goodness.  It says “sprinkled with cheesy goodness” on the package, but don’t believe it, unless you understand how my son Braden “sprinkles” cheese on his pasta.  I think “lovingly smothered” is a better description.  And it tastes like real cheese because it IS real cheese.  Novel concept, huh?  ;)

Gaslamp Popcorn

You see that caramel decadence?

Let’s face it.  It’s candy.  It is covered in so much caramel.  I mean, that’s the way it’s supposed to be, right?  But this caramel has a little twist.  Its dance partner is cinnamon, and they go beautifully together.Gaslamp_White_CheddarGaslamp_Caramel_Corn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For those of you who are snackaholics, be forewarned.  These are not dinky-sized bags.  You should probably pour some into a bowl before sitting down to snack.  It is so good, you’ll not want to stop eating it.  I can’t wait to see what new flavors Gaslamp will come up with next.

These products were sent to me on behalf of Gaslamp Popcorn, for the purpose of sampling and possible review.

 

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