personal popcorn popper

What Makes it Mighty?

  • safer alternative to microwave popcorn bags
  • made from non-leaching glass
  • durable silicone components
3 Reviews | Overall Rating:

Catamount Glass Microwave Popcorn Popper is the tasty, economical, and healthy alternative to microwavable popcorn bags. With Catamount's Microwave Popcorn Popper, making healthy and delicious popcorn is simple. Pour your kernels of choice into the 1 quart container, place your desired amount of butter in the silicone melting lid, and microwave for 2 minutes and 45 seconds. As the butter melts, it will drip through the lid and evenly coat the kernels as they pop. The Microwave Popcorn Popper is made from borosilicate (laboratory glass) and is dishwasher safe. 

Wait at least 10 minutes, so glass may cool before cleaning.

  • Popping time: 2 minutes 45 seconds (approx.)
  • Makes 1 quart per popping session
  • Materials: Borosilicate (laboratory glass) and the silicone is food grade FDA approved
  • Dishwasher safe
  • All inks are non-toxic and lead free

Diameter - 5 13/16"
Height - 45/8"

Made in China, assembled in Bennington, Vermont

*Please note, use care when handling this product as it is made of glass. It is recommended to hold the popcorn popper from the handle as well as the bottom of the glass at all times (if it is hot with an oven mit or towel).

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Review by nmsdesigns on 2/5
5

Perfect size for single person. easy to clean and I control the amount of butter or oil needed.

Review by Anonymous on 11/12
5

Love this product! No need to use oil. Just put the kernels in and microwave. No cleanup required. Great for my snack at work!

Review by orgidie on 6/6
4

I really like this. It is easy to set up and takes less time than traditional microwave popcorn. I had been popping popcorn on the stove, but I have a young child who is just big enough that she wants to "help." This allows her to fill the container without needing to be near the open flame since she'd insist on helping with EVERYTHING I did (you know that age).

You do need to be careful about overfilling it and you have to figure out your own microwave as it isn't difficult to burn the popcorn. I'd suggest stopping a little before they recommend to reduce the risk of burning. You also need to think of the butter in the lid as being the equivalent of oil in the pot and not that it will completely butter the popcorn in the microwave (if you like more than just a little butter). The butter can also burn if you add too much. I just used organic bulk popcorn from our local health food store and it pops just fine. I then will add a little extra melted butter once the popcorn is in a bowl. This holds enough for my family of three but I could see that you might want the larger size for larger groups.

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