Get your remotes and popcorn ready, have I got a list for you! If you want some foodie things to watch on Netflix, I’m your girl and this is your post. Plus, I’m sharing my recipe for peanut butter cup popcorn, which you’re gonna want for your next #netflixandchill sesh. Trust me.
Okay, friends, let’s get into the list, while we collectively drool over this peanut butter cup popcorn. I mean….can you even???
To make this popcorn, you’ll pop up some in your microwave or follow the directions from my stove top popcorn recipe. Next, you lay it out on a sheet, drizzle with peanutbutter magic shell and sprinkle peanut butter cups on top. Pop it in the fridge until the chocolate hardens and then serve in small bowls! Easy!
Let’s get into the list of food shows to watch on Netflix! I would love to hear your suggestions, too!
- Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown: This list wouldn’t be complete without this show. I love, love Anthony Bourdain and this show makes me miss him so much. I love his willingness to try anything and to inspire the viewer to go outside their comfort zone and experience different cultures and traditions other than their own.
- Cooked: Michael Pollan is another one of my favorites and this is show is based on his book of the same name. Cooked is both educational and entertaining, illustrating how food shapes culture.
- Mind of a Chef: I can’t even tell you how awe-inspiring this show is! I’ve always wanted to be a chef, but then I listen and watch these masters and am completely blown away by their knowledge, skill and creativity.
- Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: This was so interesting, I feel like I learned so much about food! And as much as I learned, I simultaneously saw how much there is to learn and sparked my curiosity big time – especially around cheese.The series is based on Chef Samin Nosrat’s book of the same name, and I just adore her.
There are so many other shows to check out, like Chef’s Table, Ugly Delicious, Great British Baking Show, etc. Which are your favorites, I would love to hear!
Peanut Butter Cup Popcorn
- 5 c popcorn, premade
- 10-20 mini peanut butter cups up to you how much to use!
- 4 tbsp peanut butter magic shell
- On a baking sheet lined with parchment, spread popcorn in a single layer.
- Drizzle with magic shell and peanut butter cups.
- Lightly cover with foil and place in the refrigerator for at least 15 minutes or until magic shell has hardened.
- Serve in bowls. To reserve left overs, place in an air tight container in the refrigerator.