It’s no secret that football isn’t really my thing but when you come from a sports family, it’s a little hard to avoid it. Typically I can be convinced to show up to Game Day depending on what food will be present, but it seems like every year after the Superbowl, I feel like I’ve overindulged in all of the unhealthy food there…typically the nachos and wings. This year, I’ve been focusing on small, simple ways to improve my lifestyle so instead I’m bringing a healthy alternative, BOOMCHICKAPOP popcorn.
If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s time. I’ve been a long time fan ever since I noticed their amazing packaging a few years ago (I can’t help myself…I’m a designer). I’ve been picking it up regularly now and I love all of the flavor options and the fact that nothing is artificial. It’s gluten-free and they use non-GMO ingredients in all of their products which is always a win.
Today I picked up a few of my favorite flavors, White Cheddar, Sweet and Salty Kettle Corn, and Lightly Sweet popcorn to make my Game Day snack mix. I kept it super easy and drizzled some melted peanut butter on top of the Sweet and Salty Kettle corn and it was the perfect mix-in while still being healthy. I demonstrated self control today and stopped there, but I can imagine there would be endless delicious add in options. Some to try: pretzels, nuts, butterscotch chips, and M&Ms. Trust me on the peanut butter though…THE BIG CHUNKS THAT GET STUCK TOGETHER. Yes, that is my love language.
This is a great snack to bring if you’re on a budget, short on time, or don’t want to cook. Hmmm, funny I fall into all three of those categories…
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I’m Katie, the brand strategist, designer, dreamer, and entrepreneur behind Artful Brands. Dreamy typefaces, clean layouts, and soft color palettes are my love language— but more importantly designing strategic brands that book.