Sweet Crunchy Peanut Popcorn

Savour the irresistible crunch of our Sweet Crunchy Peanut Popcorn recipe! Enjoy the perfect balance of sweet and nutty flavours with every bite. This easy-to-make treat is sure to satisfy your snack cravings. Try it now and experience popcorn like never before!

5 min.
3 min.
0 min. 



  • 30 g unsalted butter (softened at room temperature*) (±2 tbsp)
  • 30 g sugar (±2 tbsp)
  • 40 g unsalted shelled peanuts (±4½ tbsp)
  • 60 g popcorn kernels (±¼ cup)


    1. Combine softened butter* with sugar
    2. Using the SuperSonic Chopper Compact, finely chop peanuts.
    3. Measure and place popcorn kernels in the Tupperware WOW Pop Microwave Popcorn Maker without adding anything else. Place cover in open position by aligning vented side on cover with holes on the base.
    4. Place in microwave and set to 3 min. on high, with a maximum wattage of 1000 watts. Stay near the microwave and listen carefully for the popping. Once popping slows down to about 2 seconds between pops, stop the microwave. Depending on microwave oven, timing can be less or more than 3 min. (See user manual for more detailed instructions).

    5. Once popcorn is ready, keep cover in the open position and shake out unpopped kernels.

    6. Immediately add butter mixture to hot popcorn; place cover in closed position and shake gently for 20 sec. Microwave for 30 sec. at 900 watts, shake then microwave again for 30 sec.

    7. Add chopped peanuts and shake one last time.

    *Butter must be soft enough to be stirred with a fork or spoon. If room temperature is not warm enough, you can microwave butter on low wattage (360 watts) for approx. 20 sec. to soften it. It is important that the butter is soft but not completely melted, so that it can melt when added to the popcorn. Adding fully melted butter can result in uneven seasoning.

    Important note: After usage, for cleaning, disassemble the glass tray from the silicone base, and handle the glass tray with special care. This part is fragile and can break if dropped.