This step by step tutorial of how to roast pumpkin seeds in 3 delicious flavors is a great way to incorporate them into your healthy snack selection. Pumpkins, you can do almost anything with them.
Carve them for Halloween, make a pie, build a soup, and roast some seeds for a delicious treat. When it comes to the seeds, these roasted treats can with so many healthy reasons you should eat them that you’ll want to keep some around all year long.
From treating depression to improving functions of your kidneys and bladder, you’ll find these seeds are great at getting your body grooving this fall season. While you enjoy the great flavors you can find or make yourself, you’ll enjoy the knowledge you’re doing something good for your body as well.
With the recipe you’ll find below, you can make three different variations to keep you more than satisfied this holiday season as you find yourself looking for reasons to go and get more pumpkins just for the seeds. You’ll make batch after batch just to keep yourself happy and full of these delicious pumpkin seeds. You won’t need much in the way of ingredients as you choose between salty, spicy, and garlic-coated seeds. The most interesting ingredient is probably the roasting medium you’ll use to make them taste so good: salted butter.
With the fall season in full swing, we can find our local supermarkets, farmer’s markets, and almost a hundred other places in-between filled to bursting with pumpkins. Where there’s pumpkins, there’s pumpkin seeds, carving sets, and more pumpkins hiding somewhere.
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