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gabby’s Kettle Corn

If it not Gabby's, its not the original!

Freshly Made Popcorn Done the Old-Fashioned Way

Taste the amazing flavors of Gabby’s Kettle Corn. We serve gourmet popcorn and kettle corn made with all-natural ingredients. Parents, grandparents, and children all enjoy our delightful offerings.


Our satisfyingly delicious snacks are handmade, each batch stirred in a giant kettle right in front of you! We are bringing back the art of making kettle corn by hand, guaranteed fresh every day. Our snacks are available in the Yakima Valley and the Tri-Cities.

A Popcorn Cooking Method Like No Other

We cook our popcorn and kettle corn in a special way; this allows us to provide you with the most flavorful and mouthwatering kettle corn you have ever tasted.

All Kettle corn is not Created Equal

We purchase only the BEST ingredients to provide the BEST results both visually and by taste. Our set up is neat, clean, professional, insured and licensed. We take pride in every aspect of kettle corn popping, and enjoy the fruits of our efforts in the number of repeat customers we now call friends.

A Brief History of Kettle Corn

Kettle corn, a widely popular snack all over the world, is a sweet and salty popcorn. This snack became known as it was widely sold in arts and crafts fairs, festivals, and flea markets in the early 21st century.


Some stories say that kettle corn dates back as early as the 18th century. Its origin varies, some saying that the people who concocted its recipe were the Dutch, Germans, and Mid-West cowboys. However, stories of how it was cooked are almost all the same.


Sugar, salt, corn, and oil are mixed in a hot iron kettle. Others added honey or molasses, aside from sugar, they were used as the sweeteners for kettle corn back in the day.



Civil War reenactments often feature kettle corn, which indicates how popular it also was in the early times. This only proves how classic this popular snack is!

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