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Goji Ginger Popcorn Balls

Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Servings: popcorn balls

From: Test Kitchen

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Goji Ginger Popcorn Balls

These crunchy popcorn balls remind us of simpler days, when trick-or-treating meant wearing a homemade costume and receiving handmade goodies from your neighbors. Take a nostalgic bite that will satisfy your grown-up tastes with spicy crystalized ginger and tart, colorful goji berries.

Ingredients
Popcorn Balls
2 tablespoons coconut oil
1/3 cup organic popcorn kernels
1/2 cup Frontier Organic Crystalized Ginger, diced into small pieces
1/2 cup Frontier Goji Berries
1/2 cup brown rice syrup
1/2 cup sunflower seed butter
Directions
1. In a large stockpot over medium-high heat, heat coconut oil until melted. Add popcorn kernels and cover with pot with lid. Heat popcorn, shaking the pot occasionally, for about 3 to 5 minutes, until popping slows and the majority of the kernels are popped. Remove from heat.
2. Into a large bowl, pour popcorn, removing un-popped kernels. Add crystalized ginger and goji berries.
3. In a small saucepan over medium-low heat, combine brown rice syrup and sunflower seed butter, stirring occasionally. Continue to heat mixture for about 3 to 4 minutes, until contents are well combined and easily pourable.
4. Pour mixture over popcorn and, using a wooden spoon or your hands, coat popcorn.
5. Lightly wet your hands and form popcorn into 18 3-inch balls. Serve as soon as possible.
Chef Suggestions
If desired, substitute non-sweetened or sweetened sunflower seed butter for the unmodified sunflower seed butter, but expect a slightly different consistency and taste.
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Goji berries are found in the wild, growing in sunny areas with dry soils at high elevations. Where cultivated, goji berries prefer a cool climate and sandy soils. The berries of goji are juicy and red-orange when ripe in late summer or early fall. They're harvested and then spread thinly on mats to dry. The fruits bruise easily, turning black where they are damaged, so they must be handled carefully to maintain the desired red color.

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