Top 3 Flavored Keto Popcorn Recipes You Must Know

Popcorn is a keto-compatible snack. But when it comes to making flavored popcorn, you have to be very careful because these flavors can increase the carb value.

So what do we need to do if we want to make flavored popcorn and keep it keto-friendly?

You are definitely in the right place for that. Diets Meal Plan will give you all the keto popcorn recipes with flavored formulas.

3 Out of the Box Keto Popcorn Recipe

You can start learning all these recipes when you let us do a little reminder. It is helpful to remember that everybody needs different ratios to remain in ketosis.

So, calculate the daily carb rate, and divide your portions. So that you can do it easily, we will write you nutritional facts in detail.

1. Fresh Thyme Popcorn (4 Servings)

Keto popcorn recipe

Keto popcorn recipe – Fresh thyme popcorn

Here is a delicious recipe for those looking for a fresh taste in popcorn. Lemon, thyme, and corn…

Do you think that sounds a little weird? That’s what we thought at first, too. But it will be one of the best keto snacks you’ll ever try.

Per Serving

Calories: 132

Net Carb: 5g

Total Fat: 8g

Protein: 0g


Raw popcorn kernels (¼ cup)

Lemon juice (1/2 small lemon)

Lemon zest (1 tsp, grated)

Butter (1.5 tbsp)

Fresh thyme (2 tsp)

Sunflower oil (1 tbsp)

Salt and pepper

Recipe – 3min prep / 5min cooking time

Pop the raw popcorn kernels with 1 tbsp sunflower oil.

In a separate saucepan, melt the butter.

Take the melted butter to a bowl.

Add the thyme, lemon juice, and lemon zest.

Pour the mixture you prepared over the hot popcorn.

Mix well and divide into bowls.

Recommendation: Optionally add salt and pepper.

Tip: Sprinkle more fresh thyme on popcorn before serving.

2. Hot Honey Popcorn (4 Servings)

Hot honey popcorn

Hot honey popcorn

How about sweet-spicy popcorn? Follow the step-by-step guide to find out.

Per Serving

Calories: 80

Net Carb: 8g

Total Fat: 5g

Protein: 1g


Raw popcorn kernels (¼ cup)

Sunflower oil (1 tbsp)

Honey (0.5 tbsp)

Butter (1.5 tbsp)

Hot paprika (1.5 tbsp)

Black pepper (1 tsp, ground)

Salt to taste


Pop the raw popcorn kernels with 1 tbsp sunflower oil.

In a separate saucepan, melt the butter.

When the butter starts to melt, add honey and continue cooking on low heat until it melts.

Finally, add all the spices and cook for another 5 seconds.

Then remove the mixture from the stove and pour it over the corn and mix well.

Divide into bowls.

Tip: You can add any spice you want.

Tip: You can add salt as a final touch and sprinkle some more thyme-paprika mix on them.

Recommendation: Those who cannot eat a lot of hot can reduce the amount of paprika in the recipe.

3. Parmesan Garlic Popcorn (5 Servings)

Keto popcorn recipe

Parmesan garlic popcorn

Calling all cheese lovers! When following a keto diet, you’ll want to add this popcorn recipe to your every single day’s snack time.

We add olive oil and rosemary to the perfect harmony of Parmesan cheese and garlic.

Then we combine it with the popcorn.

Then you are invited to this bowl where all the yummies are gathered together.

Per Serving

Calories: 157

Net Carb: 8g

Total Fat: 13g

Protein: 2g


Raw popcorn kernels (0.3 cups)

Olive oil (4 tbsp – 2 for popping the corns and 2 for the seasoning)

Rosemary (3 tsp)

Garlic powder (1 tsp)

Parmesan cheese (0.3 cups)

Salt and pepper


First, pop the corn kernels with 2 tbsp olive oil.

Finely chop the rosemary.

Add the garlic powder, salt, pepper, remaining olive oil, and grated parmesan to the rosemary and mix well.

Pour the mixture over the hot corn and mix again.

Tip: If you don’t want it, you don’t have to add olive oil to the parmesan garlic mix.

Recommendation: Make sure the popcorns are still hot when you pour the mixture over them, so it absorbs the seasoning well.

Bottom Line

You have now learned how to make the keto popcorn recipe. Adjust your portions according to your daily carb ratio.

Alternatively, you can try popcorn popped with a bit of olive oil and then mixed with melted butter. One cup of unseasoned popcorn will thus contain 4g of net carb.

If there are foods you don’t like in the ingredients list, you can cut them as you wish. You can also increase or decrease them. Apart from all these, you can also make your popcorn dressing.

The formula for one of the safe methods for a keto diet is very simple:

Melt as much butter as you like, mix it with all your favorite dry spices, then top it off with popcorn.

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