Hello everyone!

Since last week was halloween, we of course carved a pumpkin and then we had 100 tons of pumpkin seeds so I thought I would try to make some roasted seeds for the fall festivities.

To be honest, the recipe I used said to roast them for 25 minutes and I did, but they got a little too roasted and pretty much are all burned.

I also did not read the part of the recipe that said to check on them every 10 minutes..

I’m pretty sad that this was such a flop, but there is always next year!

So as always I will link the recipe that I used and then I will get started.

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Step 1

After you have removed the seeds from your pumpkin, make sure you wash them to remove all the pulp.

Step 2

Next you just bring a pot of water to a boil and add some salt. Make sure you add the salt after your water boils so the salt doesn’t damage your pan. Then you just cook those guys for about 10 minutes.

Step 3

After that, make sure to dry your seeds really well by patting them with some paper towel.

Step 4

Season them however you would like. There are a ton of different flavors you can make, but I used olive oil and salt because Mike said he didn’t want them to be too fancy.

Step 5

Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. For sure though, don’t forget to check on them or they will be burned like mine.

Step 6

Let them cool and then eat you super tasty roasted pumpkin seeds!

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5 thoughts on “Recipe Review: Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

      1. Ya, weird. I have never followed a recipe and when I’ve made them I’ve never actually rinsed them off. Idk… I just separated them and salted them. I can’t remember how long I baked them…


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