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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds recipe
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Why buy stale packaged pumpkin seeds when you can get a fresh, tasty batch from your Halloween pumpkin? Here's how to roast them.
15 min
3 hr 25 min
8 servings, 1/4 cup each
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This is a fall tradition around our house. We really like the variations that are listed.
I remember having this as a kid and had to make it for mine. Went over well
I tried every variation listed except the Spicy, instead I made a spicy with 2 tsp of Chili Powder. The Spicy (as I made it above) and the Cheesy variations needs a little salt added to them. The syrup on the Sweet variation burnt before the seeds were even toasted and the entire batch had to be thrown out.
Reminds me of baking with Grandma. They were great!!
Addicting! I've been making this since I was a kid and look forward to roasting the pumpkin seeds every year. They are also good with garlic salt!
I have been making this recipe since I was a little girl. Now that I am grown and have children of my own, I will continue making it. However, I found that I like the taste of Lawrys seasoning salt better than just regular salt. It's a bit different and not the same old same old. My kids and husband love it.
Fantastic recipe!! Works good to boil in salt water first and then bake! It was my first time making pumpkin seeds and it will not be my last!!!
I have always loved roasted pumpkin seeds and have made them every year during the pumpkin season. I have found that boiling the seeds in salt water prior to roasting in the oven is a great way to prepare them. They don't have an oily finish and the saltiness is absorbed in the shell so it doesn't brush off. Spread them still damp on the baking sheet and bake until dry and crispy. Yum
my family LOVES this recipe. sometimes i even sprinkle the seeds with cajun spices just to give them a little kick. i say pick the spice you love most and sprinkle it on just before baking !! you can't go wrong !! :)
A very old fashion recipe still hanging around. I'm sooo glad I finaly found it. What a great treat for the whole family!
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