Monday, March 5, 2012

G.H. Cretors: All Natural Popcorn

My family loves all things popcorn!  Thank you, G.H. Cretors for sending some amazing varieties for us to try.  Goodness gracious they were delicious!

In 1885, Claire Cretors' great grandfather invented a machine that forever changed snacking:  The commercial popcorn machine.  126 years later, his great granddaughter is writing the next chapter for the Cretors family.  This time, with the popcorn itself.

All of their flavors taste great.  Their new signature Chicago Mix combines caramel corn with cheese corn.  Could you just die?!?  In case you're wondering, yes, it's fantastic. Sweet, cheesy and salty...yum.

My favorite was the Just the Caramel Corn.  It's made the old fashioned way by hand, in copper kettles.  Cane sugar, brown rice syrup (a non-GMO alternative to corn syrup with a lower glycemic impact) and real butter is heated over a flame and then stirred slowly by hand to develop its rich complex flavor and crunch.

My son loved the Just the Cheese Corn.  It is made with real melted cheddar cheese in the kettles.

My daughter devoured the Kettle Corn made with four simple, natural ingredients:  popcorn, sunflower oil, cane sugar, and sea salt.

My husband really enjoyed the Caramel Nut Crunch with fresh roasted cashews and almonds.  The nuts were a nice crunchy addition to the delicious, buttery caramel corn.

All of G.H. Cretors popcorn is made with all-natural ingredients, are naturally gluten free, and certified Kosher.  They are completely free of GMO's, artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives.  As a mom who watches what her family eats, this is wonderful news.

G.H. Cretors popcorn is women-owned and operated by the mother-daughter team of Claire and Phyllis Cretors in Waukegan, Illinois.  You go girls!  We love your fluffy popcorn!  Deeeelish!

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Complimentary product was provided to me from G.H. Cretors or this review.  All opinions are my own.

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