Propercorn – the Popcorn Snack for Grown-Ups!

Christmas is the time of year when we all indulge in a few extra treats and snacks, telling ourselves that it’s the season to be merry, so enjoy it. I am no different, and indeed, I allow myself a little treat at least a couple of times per week, as my reward for handling the monsters that are my children.


I was especially delighted when I received a box of Propercorn snacks. These tasty popcorn treats are what I like to call snacks for grown-ups. Our cupboards have become a breeding ground for branded merchandise that appeals to our children, so I like to have something that is just for me. Propercorn fit the bill perfectly, although when I received the delivery, my three-year-old daughter got very excited and dug in to find a packet of popcorn that she could eat.



Not for children! My popcorn!!!


My favourite flavour of Propercorn is still the good old-fashioned Lightly Sea Salted variety, but I also really enjoyed the Fiery Worcester Sauce and Sun Dried Tomato flavour. In fact, it came in very handy as a writing aid during my NaNoWriMo challenge last month. I would recommend Propercorn for your Christmas party, for your movie night at home, and even for your daily lunch bag as a healthy, cheerful, feel-good treat.



Writer fuel for #NaNoWriMo

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