Angie’s Kettle Corn

Angie's Kettle CornAngie’s Kettle Corn makes four different kinds of kettle corn. They sent me two bags of Classic Kettle Corn, two bags of White Cheddar Kettle Corn, one bag of Caramel Kettle Corn, and one bag of Lite Kettle Corn.

Since I had two bags, I started out by opening the White Cheddar Kettle Corn. It was awesome — crunchy, lightly sweetened, lightly salted, and a very nice white cheddar flavor. I was eating it by the handful after the first taste and devoured the entire bag in just a few minutes — that was seven servings and just over 1,000 calories — and I did it again the next day when I opened a bag of the Classic Kettle Corn. This stuff is very addicting.

A few days later I opened up the bag of Caramel Kettle Corn. Everyone knows how much I love caramel popcorn and Angies’s Caramel Kettle Corn was a bit of a surprise. Some pieces had more caramel and some had very little, but the flavors were great and it melts in your mouth. If you’re counting calories then you might want to try Angie’s Lite Kettle Corn. I didn’t like this as much as the Classic because it wasn’t as sweet and salty, but each serving only has 120 calories (the Classic has 150 calories per serving).

The freshness and crunch of Angie’s Kettle Corn products makes it a winner. And, if you like the combination of crunchy, salty, sweet, and cheesy all in one bite then you need to get some of Angie’s White Cheddar Kettle Corn. It was my favorite, it’s highly addicting, it’s awesome!, and it’s all gone.

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