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3 Different Meals That POP With Kim's Magic Pop

 


I want to share three of my favorite ways to eat Kim's Magic Pop. If you're not familiar with Kim's Magic Pop, allow me to introduce you. Kim's Magic Pop is a light, crispy bread-cracker rice cake thing that I use sometimes as a substitute for, you guessed it, bread or crackers. 

The packaging states that it's made of a mixture of popped wheat, brown rice and corn. It's vegan and gluten-free. Low in fat and carbs, which I like. I know that when I'm eating it, I'm doing a good thing because I'm not eating bread.

Kim's Magic Pop offers many flavors, including Onion, Strawberry, Original, Cheddar Cheese, Wheat, Honey Wheat, Cinnamon, Salted Caramel, Dark Chocolate, Chickpea and Lentil, to name a few. I've seen only Whole Wheat and Onion in my local supermarket. I love the onion flavored! 

                                                     
Tap the product link above to shop the product.  Honestly, I'll be shopping the site today because I see that I've been missing out on what sounds like some really delicious flavors!

Here are three of the fun ways I've learned to prepare meals with Kim's Magic Pop: 

#1 Tuna Salad on Kim's Magic Pop

  • Mix one can of tuna (in water) in a bowl with a chopped boiled egg.  Add celery seeds, chopped onion, mayo, salt and pepper to taste. Serve on a bed of lettuce on top of an onion flavored Kim's Magic Pop

#2 Kim's Magic Pop with a side of Veggie Scrambled Eggs

  • Chop onion, green peppers, red peppers, fresh tomatoes and sauté in a frying pan with a drop of vegetable oil or Pam.  Scramble in two eggs and season with minced garlic, salt and pepper. Serve with Kim's Magic Pop and garnish with grapes or apple slices. You can find a video of this recipe on my Youtube channel.


#3 Turkey Sausage and Egg Whites on Kim's Magic Pop

  • Cook two turkey Brown-N-Serve link sausages. Cut into small chunks. Pour egg whites in frying pan. Add sausage pieces. Scramble and serve over Kim's Magic Pop


I can't wait to try the Cheddar Cheese flavor. I can almost taste them topped with scrambled eggs! Or how about topped with ground chicken and mixed peppers? Yum!

Please drop me a line if you've tried Kim's Magic Pop. If you haven't tried them yet, what are you waiting for?









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