Friday, July 8, 2016

Microwave Popcorn Popper Maker
No Oil Needed #FatherDayGifts


Microwave Popcorn Popper Maker - No Oil Needed #FatherDayGifts



Oma is always looking for a quick and easy snack; both for herself and the grandsons. This microwave popcorn popper really works well. When I make the popcorn for myself, I use the low-cal version. You simply place ¼ cup of popcorn kernels in the silicone container and snap on the lid. After two minutes in your microwave you have a warm and fresh snack. (it helps you avoid trans fats)


The Cestari Microwave Popcorn Popper comes with a money back guarantee, is easy to clean, and lays flat for easy storage. It is a ‘must have’ for your kitchen.

Susan MacDowell, Cestari Kitchen's CEO, says that "We designed the popper from high grade silicone that is safe to use with both dry and wet ingredients at high temperatures, and are glad to see customers using it in innovative ways. Caramel sauce can be sticky and tough to clean, but with our popper the hardened sugar residue washes right off."


Product Description



Silicone (BPA free) Microwave Popcorn Popper Maker

Any former experience you had about popcorn popper maker will be blown away by these popcorn maker.

    Microwave Popcorn Popper Maker - No Oil Needed #FatherDayGifts
  • SMART INVESTMENT - Reusable, High-Quality, Lifetime Guarantee!
  • ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY! - BPA free, FDA approved, Eco-friendly!
  • IT WILL LAST FOREVER! - Anti stain and Easy to Clean, Dishwasher friendly!
  • FUN & ALL-PURPOSE! - Heat resistant & Microwave, Freezer and Dishwasher Safe!
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY - No questions asked refund and lifetime warranty!




Microwave Popcorn Popper Maker - No Oil Needed #FatherDayGifts

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