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I love this popper as it is microwaveable and I can control the amount of oil and salt. It is the right size for a single person....
KitchenWorthy Microwave Popcorn Popper
The KitchenWorthy microwave popcorn popper pops the perfect individual serving of popcorn in as little as 2.5 minutes. This popcorn popper is perfect for any home.
ITEM#: 14920075The KitchenWorthy microwave popcorn popper pops the perfect individual serving of popcorn in as little as 2.5 minutes. This popcorn popper is perfect for any home.
- Manufacturer: KitchenWorthy
- Retail packaged: Color gift box
- Materials: Plastic
- Dimensions: 7 inches wide x 6 inches wide x 6 inches high
- Specially designed for even cooking
- Doubles as a serving dish
- Pop with oil for a buttery flavor or without for a healthy light snack
- Fits most microwaves
- Easy to clean
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The first and only time I it used it, I put it in microwave at 2 minutes, as recommended 2-5. At 1:34 it caught fire. My microwave burned. I was standing by the microwave the entire time.. If I had moved away my house may have gone up in flames! I suggest that Overstock quits selling this item! IT IS DANGEROUS!!Read More
I love this popper as it is microwaveable and I can control the amount of oil and salt. It is the right size for a single person.Read More
I mis-read the description and didn't realize that this is a SINGLE serving container. It is very small. I owned a microwave popcorn popper that is comparable to a medium bag like at the movies (somewhere around 3 6-ounce servings). Thanks to the hubby's love for popcorn, it went south (but after almost 3 years of almost weekly use). This little unit is good for watching carbs I suppose, but I would not buy it again.Read More
This is a nice little device, perfect for a single serving. I use it daily to make a fast, fresh, healthy snack in a reasonable portion. It works for me!Read More
Take note, this is a SINGLE serving popper. I knew this when I bought it so was not disappointed in the size. We have used it 4 times and only once got a perfect batch--however, only about 1/2 of the kernels popped. That is not necessarily the popper. My guess is the popcorn. We will be trying a different brand, The hot kernels have pitted the container which is to be expected because it's plastic. Bottom line: it's okay but nobody is willing to toss out the microwave bag popcorn yet.Read More
The first time I used the popper, I followed the directions of cooking the popcorn 5 minutes and it burned all of the popcorn. The popper cleaned up well, but don't use the directions included. My microwave is mid strength and I only cook 2 minutes maximum. Listen for the popping and time accordingly.Read More
Questions & Answers
I have a mini sized microwave oven
Lost my directions. How much oil and popcorn do I put in well.
Hi gypsybell12, after reviewing with our support staff we found that for oil-popped popcorn you will need 0.5 teaspoon of oil and 2 tablespoons of popping corn and for air-popped corn simply add 2 tablespoons of popping corn. I hope this helps, thank you for shopping with us.
Do you need to use oil?
Thank you for contacting us imayankeefan. Yes you will need oil for this unit. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
The product details says you can use it with or without oil. "Pop with oil for a buttery flavor or without for a healthy light snack."
can you use regular popcorn
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