I'm still dreaming about that jambalaya! I don't think it was particularly healthy though. I'll have to see if I can make a healthier option so I can eat it more often. My roommates are such good cooks!
Since it was movie night, J started us off with a heaping bowl of freshly popped kettle corn. Admittedly we both thought it was so much healthier than it was. (I can dream right?)
When J first glanced at the box she thought it was 180 calories per bag. But upon closer inspection we saw there are 3 servings of unpopped kernals in each bag. Although, since it's in pre-wrapped bags we don't ever see the unpopped kernals.
I had to share this nutrition label (see pic below) because it was just so confusing.
While it gives you the calories for 1 cup popped, there are actually 4 cups in each serving and 3 servings in each bag. So 12 cups in each bag.... Right? Is this confusing to anyone else but me?
Typically I find nutrition labels pretty easy to navigate, but this one is a doozy.
I hear they are going to start putting calories and fat grams on the front of packages so customers can get a quick snapshot. Would that help you when you are shopping? Would it motivate you to leave higher calorie eats out of your cart?