Whirley-Pop - Make your own Homemade Popcorn
Making homemade cinema popcorn is super easy with the stove top Whirley Pop! Simply add oil, popcorn kernels, and optionally popcorn salt to your Whirley Pop, heat for a few minutes while turning the crank (to prevent burning) and you'll have tasty homemade popcorn.
Get your Whirley Pop!
We have different Whirley Pops to fit your needs. The Aluminum Metal Gear Whirley Pops makes great at home popcorn! The rugged metal gears means you'll be popping home made popcorn for years to come. If you are in need of a more robust Whirley Pop check out our Stainless Steel Whirley-Pop!
Supplies for your homemade popcorn
Now that you have the Whirley Pop, you'll need some popcorn supplies for making your homemade cinema popcorn.
The hands-down easiest way to pop homemade popcorn in your Whirley Pop is using a Handi-pak. These packs come with everything you need (coconut oil, kernels, and butter salt) all pre-measured and ready to pop in your Whirley Pop. Just cut open the pounch and add to a pre-heated Whirley Pop!
To make high quality homemade popcorn in your Whirley Pop, we recommend coconut oil. You can also use any cooking oil with a higher smoke point, like canola or corn oil.
Or see all of the different variety of popcorn popping oils we offer on our Popcorn Oils/Salts page.
The type of popcorn kernels you use will have a direct impact on your homemade cinema popcorn. Check out our locally grown (Hemlock, MI) kernels.
Or see all of the different variety of popcorn kernels we offer on our Popcorn Kernels page.
While salt is optional, it brings out the best taste in your homemade cinema popcorn. Use a buttery flavored salt like Flavacol, just like the cinemas use!
Or see all of the different salts we offer at Popcorn Oils/Salts page.
Popcorn Butter and Seasonings
No homemade cinema popcorn is complete without the Buttery Topping or your favorite seasonings. Add immediately after popping for maximum flavor of your homemade popcorn!
Or see all of the different seasonings we offer at Popcorn Seasonings page.