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Sitting down with a bowl of popcorn and streaming your favorite show can be a relaxing way to unwind after a long day, but bagged microwave popcorn isn’t always the healthiest snack. The plastic and paper wrapping create more waste, and it’s less cost effective than buying popcorn in bulk. The biggest downside of making your own popcorn has always been the lack of convenience. But you don’t need to use a stove top popper to eat your favorite snack.

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If you have an Amazon Echo, you’ve probably tapped into some of the cool features the virtual assistant Alexa can provide, from controlling your lights and thermostat to grocery shopping and reading off recipes. Now you can add sous-chef to the list of tasks Alexa has mastered—at least when it comes to reheating your food.

Yield: 6 to 8 servings

18 cups popped, unflavored popcorn (two 3½-ounce microwave bags or from ½ cup unpopped kernels)