Today we’re here to share some awesome recipes using pumpkin seeds - because it’s pumpkin season after all. So, if you ever wondered how to prepare pumpkin seeds for eating, or what is the best way to eat pumpkin seeds, your questions will be answered!
“I like food. I like eating. And I don't want to deprive myself of good food.” - Sarah Michelle Gellar
These are so easy to make and all it takes are the seeds, butter, and salt! If you like eating almonds, for example, you’ll simply love these - they’re very similar to those kind of nuts! You need to mix the seeds, butter, and salt in a bowl while the oven preheats to 300ºF.
Spread them in a single layer onto a baking sheet and bake for about 45 minutes - if you leave out the baking part, it’ll take you what, about five minutes to make? Go for it!
What can’t you put in a cookie recipe, right? They’re always delicious! For this recipe, you’ll start by roasting the pumpkin seeds while you make the cookie mix. It’s basically a chocolate cookie recipe, but you add the seeds by the end - so easy! But you can check out more details about it here, just so it’s really perfect.
You’re not exactly going to eat the seeds ground up, but you can use the powder that ground pumpkin seeds turn into as a base to make healthy snacks! It’s simple to make, and here are a few recipe you can try:
Here’s a kid-friendly recipe you can make for any occasion! Guacamole is already delicious by itself, but this recipe with pumpkin seeds is just heavenly - you’ll understand what I’m talking about after making it yourself, trust me!
There’s even a bonus:
This recipe is both gluten and lactose free! It’s also egg-free and nut-free, so if you or anyone in the family has any food restrictions, they’ll be able to eat this delicious guacamole without any worries.
Overnight oats are awesome, I mean, they’re so practical and quick to make (also considering the fact you can just wake up and eat them right away). I love these oats with berries in the mix, so of course my favorite recipe with pumpkin seeds also has berries! That being said, this blueberry and pumpkin seeds oat is really amazing!
No-bake recipes are a thrill to make, and this one is no different!
In addition to that:
This recipe takes coconut oil and honey, which are both healthy ingredients and tasty additions to flavor in granola bars!
Salted Caramel Seeds
Now, for a salty-sweet mix that we all love, there are these delicious salted caramel pumpkin seeds! They’re a perfect balance of flavors and you’ll need to control yourself not to eat them all at once - or at least, control yourself enough to share it with your family.
If you prefer simpler tastes, maybe you should stick to the previous options. However, if you’re anything like me, you’ll simply love this recipe! It’s very spicy with all the flavors combining so perfectly (and also simple to make, a nice bonus, I must say).
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