Half Naked Popcorn

Get the munchies often? Yeah, me too. Especially in the evening after my kids go to sleep, and I can FINALLY veg out on the couch and catch up on the DVR. Unfortunately, this situation can often get me into serious trouble. So, I’ve had to make it a point to bring a lot of tasty, low Points snacks into the house so I have something convenient to grab when I need to munch. I was THRILLED when I discovered Good Health Natural Foods Half Naked Popcorn at my local Albertson’s the other week, and couldn’t wait to get home and try them! I bought the Wild Blue Buffalo flavor and the Original. They were both so delicious!! The Wild Blue Buffalo was my favorite, but I’m a sucker for anything buffalo flavored. I didn’t get to try the Pop Chocolate flavor yet though…the store’s been out of them. You get a good 4 cup serving for just 3 Points, which is awesome! This way, I can have a serious guilt free munch fest with no worries about racking up a ton of Weight Watchers Points.

Good Health Natural Foods Half Naked Popcorn

Aside from being just 3 Weight Watchers Points, Good Health Natural Foods Half Naked Popcorn is all natural and GMO Free, which means I can feel good about letting my kids munch on this too. They use quality ingredients and deliver some seriously tasty, low calorie popcorn. The Half Naked Popcorn comes in three flavors: Original, Wild Blue Buffalo and Pop Chocolate. Hopefully, they will add some additional flavors to their product line in the future because they are fantastic! Check the list of retailers to find a store near you who carries it, and grab yourself a bag or two immediately! I am so thankful to have a bag of these waiting in my pantry right now… :)

Serving size is 1oz (about 4 cups)
Each serving = 3 Points

PER SERVING: 110-130 calories; 2.5-3g fat; 21-23g carbohydrates; 3-4g protein; 4g fiber


  1. Rachelle

    Maltodextrin is very bad for you.

  2. That is a good alternative but why wouldn’t you just make your own? :) You could use a good coconut oil and organic popcorn and get more with less money and I would think it would be healthier. IDK I guess it is all about preference. Good post thanks.