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Yay, it’s National Popcorn Day! A day dedicated to our favourite movie time snack, popcorn has evolved so much over the years that new flavours have been popping up everywhere! So whether you like your popcorn plain and simple or are more extravagant with your flavours, then our list is sure to please all tastebuds!






Joe & Seph’s 6 Great Taste Award Winners Selection


This six piece set highlights the fantastic range of flavours, all of which have won a Great Taste Award. A scrumptious and eclectic collection from Joe & Seph’s that’s perfect as a gift for someone special, or simply a tasty treat for you.

The flavours included in this pack are,

Classic Caramel

Caramel with Belgium Chocolate

Caramel, Honey and Hazelnut

Caramel, Macchiato and Whisky

Smooth Caramel, Pepper and Chilli

Goats Cheese & Black Pepper


Metcalfe’s Mixed Box


We all love Metcalfe’s and we all know that they creative on flavours, Their mixed box gives you a chance to sample all of the delightful Topcorn flavours! The box includes 2 bags of each flavour: CLIC Sargent Salt, Sweet ‘n Salt, Sweet Cinnamon Spice, Wasabi Glaze, White Cheese (a must for the cheese lovers!) and Heat ‘n Sweet. And to top it, the entire Metcalfe’s skinny Topcorn family delivered to your door!




Sarson’s have created their delicious Salt and Vinegar Popcorn using their signature malt vinegar. This is a simple recipe that can made from the comfort of your own home for all of the family.


1 tbsp vegetable oil

100g popcorn

A dash of Sarson’s vinegar

A sprinkle of sea salt


Heat the tablespoon of oil in a large pan (with a tight fitting lid) and tip in the corn kernels

Stir to coat the kernels with oil

Put the lid on, keep on a medium heat and cook for 5 minutes or so, until all the corn kernels have finished popping

Leave to cool slightly

Sprinkle over some sea salt and a few drops of Sarson’s vinegar

Carefully take the popcorn out of the pan (use a slotted spoon and be careful of any leftover/unpopped kernels

Serve immediately

 (recipe courtesy of Sarsons)


Swan Popcorn Maker 


The must have for every popcorn lover! Simply fill this stylish popcorn maker with kernels, switch on and watch the hot air circulation produce light and fluffy popcorn. Add salt, butter, sugar, toffee or get creative with your own favourite indulgent mix! We love the shape of the popcorn maker, it reminds of us of a popcorn bucket!


Jelly Belly White Chocolate Popcorn Clusters

From Jelly Belly comes this exquisitely delicious recipe! Using white chocolate to make popcorn clusters, studded with a mix of Buttered Popcorn and Caramel Corn Jelly Belly jelly beans.

These are very easy to make, and half the fun of eating popcorn is popping it yourself.

For a more vibrant look, mix up the flavours and colours of the beans.

Makes About 20

Tsp vegetable oil
50g Popcorn
200g white chocolate
1 tbs single cream (optional)
80 assorted Jelly Belly jelly beans

Add the oil and popcorn to a large saucepan that has a tightly fitting lid. Give the pan a good shake and place on the hob over a medium heat. Keep gently shaking the pan back and forth across the hob. After a few minutes the corn will start to pop.  Keep shaking the pan.

Once the popping subsides, remove from the heat and allow the pan to stand for a few minutes as the last few kernels pop.  Pour the freshly popped corn into a large bowl.

Gently melt the white chocolate in bowl stood over a pan of gently simmering water. Do not be tempted to turn the heat up to make it melt faster, as the chocolate can split. Add a glug of cream if the melted chocolate is very thick.

Once melted pour the chocolate over the popcorn, and mix well.

Dollop bite sized clusters of the chocolate coated popcorn onto a baking tray covered with parchment paper and stick 3 or 4 Jelly Belly beans to each one. Allow to cool and the chocolate to set.

(recipe courtesy of Jelly Belly)

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