Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Ozeri Popcorn Maker | Review

I think we can all agree when it comes to movie nights, popcorn is a must-have. Well, at least in this household!. Lately, I have been using the Ozeri Popcorn Maker and let me tell you it's fun, quick and super convenient!.
With the Ozeri popcorn maker, you can make up to 26 cups in under 2 1/2 minutes. You can use any kind of popcorn. It also has a removable cup where you can melt the butter at the same time you cook the popcorn!.
The popcorn maker works using only hot air. When you turn it on, it starts to spin, releasing air and quickly heating up.
One of the things I like is the fact that I can control the quantity of popcorn I am going to cook.
This is the lid of the popcorn maker. At first, I was worried because it doesn't have any clips to secure it on the popcorn maker. You just place it and that's it. Although, the clips are not necessary. The lid stays perfectly in place. The small cup to the right is the one that serves to melt butter. If you are not going to use it, it needs to be on top anyway. Trust me!!.
Since I poured a small amount, the popcorn cooked super fast. The only con with this is that the air flow might be too strong and it pops out some uncooked kernels, some end up popping literally on your face, creating a little bit of a mess. 
As you can see, the butter didn't melt 100%. To be honest that doesn't even bother me because I don't like butter on my popcorn. I did use it this time for reviewing purposes. It's easy to store, easy to clean, easy to use and super convenient. My son Elias LOVES to stand on a chair and watch the popcorn pop and come out. 
For more information or to purchase the Ozeri Popcorn Maker click HERE. Until next time peeps. God bless!.
I received this product complimentary from Ozeri for testing purposes and review. No monetization was received in exchange for this review. My opinions are personal and based on my experience with the products or service mentioned here. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising.