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Chelsey V

This looks awesome! Would you believe I haven't used my ice cream maker yet? I need to get on that homemade ice cream train.

Danielle Wilson



If I could have popcorn for dinner every night, I'd be extremely happy! I had some kettle corn from the farmer's market a couple weeks ago, and I just can't get it off my mind! I need to learn how to make it or go buy some more. I'm going to have to test this recipe out. It looks and sounds delicious!


Sounds AMAZING! But we don't have an ice cream maker, any suggestions? Also, what is the ribbon stage? The link won't work!

Michelle @ If Toys Could Talk

I laughed out loud when I read the part about your boyfriend saying popcorn for dinner wasn't real food but pancakes were okay. Personally, I could eat either for dinner. I'm saving my "pancakes for dinner" card for when my kids are a little older and can really get a kick out of it.

The ice cream sounds awesome, by the way. And I pinned one of your photos to my Pinterest board:


What a fun idea and it sounds delicious as well. I make a fresh corn ice cream that I love. Can't wait to try this popped corn version. ...Susan


Oh that's awesome. Add this to my list of things to do, but with kettle corn because I am completely addicted to the stuff.


Now that's dedication to popcorn. Looks so creamy and buttery. I bet it would be awesome with toasted peanuts on top too. Mmmmm!
P.S Wellington looks like he has a mustache in that photo :)

my favorite and my best- MFAMB to you

holy assnuts! i am so going to make this. i wonder if a stronger, euro frenchy butter would make it taste better.
also- i superlove wellington. my cat loves boxes that he can barely fit his fat, tabby ass into as well.

Mary at n00bcakes

WOW. That is totally awesome...especially because like you, I have a bad addiction to movie-style popcorn. I'm not sure I could eat it for dinner ("real" food often calls my name instead) but I would totally dig a taste of it in ice cream. and Jessica from Bake Me Away have me jonesing for an ice cream maker...I need to start pricing. >.>


So excited to try, I just ordered an ice maker attachment and am adding this recipe to my must try list.


Omg yum. My favorite Jelly Belly flavor is buttered popcorn, so I deff have to try this out!


Hey I really like your blog, I just went through all of the recipes and girl you are busy!
How are you doing university at the same time!
Relentless and Delicious!

Tone Belsvik

Pure genius! I'll definitely have to try this - I've had popcorn flavored ice cream exactly once in my life, in a small fishing village on the Amalfi coast, and have been pondering the experience since. Finally you've given me the excuse to buy an ic cream maker. Thank you! :-)

Jo - Lost in the Haze

mmm, that looks so delicious


Joe Moose

Wellington looks so cute and adorable!


Haha Wellington is like Puuuroduct placement lol! This reminds me of the Buttered Popcorn Jelly Belly's jelly beans - which are my favorite!


It likely also depends on what popcorn you eat more frequently. As you would like the taste of that better. But I'd agree with you in saying that butter tastes different from frozen.

To me, this actually doesn't sound appealing, though I love popcorn, but some days the smell of popcorn gags me and all I can think of is that gagging smell. I work around popcorn so this is likely why. Smelling popcorn at 10 in the morning is not always as pleasant as it sounds.



I am doing an end of summer ice cream round up on my own blog, All Day I Dream About Food, and would love to include this recipe. I would use one of your images, and link back to you, but I wouldn't be posting the recipe directly. If you would like to be a part of it, please email me at carketch29 (at) yahoo (dot) com.


Mrs. Jen B

You are a super genius and I am SO GLAD to have found your blog today. :) Here I am, thinking I'm clever for putting parmesan cheese on my popcorn. You're making ice cream out of it. I'm hanging my head in shame.


I just stumbled here from Saveur and love what you're doing! I also just made buttered popcorn ice cream and blogged about it and the (hopefully) funny story of why we made it. I took the October 2011 bon appetit recipe and adapted that, and then used Almost Bourdain's caramel. Interesting the huge difference in eggs- I used 8 and he only uses 2. Check it out if you're looking for new food blogs to read? Take care. (


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I just found your blog via stumbleupon a,nd I love yourblog and your writing style. Sorry bout bad punctuation etc, am on illiteratebipad. Bet your blog thinks this is spam. Love your kitty helping with the cooking :-D

Armecia Lee

Holy cow! Buttered popcorn ice cream. I cannot wait to make this for my big brother. He and I have compared different seasonings on our home made popcorn. LOL. He does like the spicy, I do not. It's been a running theme for years now, for us to compare our "toppings" for popcorn. I live in Colorado, he is in San Antonio. I think he will absolutely love this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing!

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