1 Nov

Tiny But Mighty Popcorn

Since I am back from my blogging break, I am feeling generous! It’s time for my first ever giveaway! I have 3 bags of Tiny But Mighty Ancient Heirloom Popcorn ready and waiting to go to their new homes! This popcorn is  popcorn lover’s dream come true from Shellsburg, Iowa (Love, love, love local products!) and is absolutely delicious! It’s also ridiculously adorable because it is so tiny, and I love anything tiny!tiny but mighty popcorn

“The popcorn (or maize) from Tiny But Mighty is native to North America and can claim the “heirloom” title because the genetic make-up of their product is virtually identical to the corn that covered this part of the world for thousands of years. In the 1850s, Native Americans shared this unique corn with a pioneer family who enjoyed it for generations. And it’s not just history that makes this product stand out — it tastes absolutely fantastic. Compared to typical popcorn varieties, Tiny But Mighty’s popped kernels are smaller and denser, which results in a concentrated burst of flavor that reduces the need for added flavorings like butter or salt. Plus, when the heirloom kernel is popped, the hull disintegrates, making the product much more enjoyable to eat — you won’t have to worry about sharp hulls stuck between your teeth.”

{Excerpt from Whole Foods Blog – Whole Story}

bowl of perfect popcorn

To enter to win your bag of Tiny But Mighty, follow these 3 simple steps!

  1. “LIKE” At Home With Alley on Facebook!
  2. Share on your Facebook page
  3. Comment on this post, say whatever you want and be sure to include your name

3 Lucky Winners will be drawn randomly and announced later this week!

Good luck, happy popping and don’t forget to share and tell your friends!

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