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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 25 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 1/4 cup each
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posted:
10/17/2002
seems simple will try when we carve this year
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10/15/2002
posted:
10/15/2002
This was really easy and since I had never made roasted pumpkin seeds before, I was pleased at how easy it was and how well they turned out. Thanks!
posted:
10/13/2002
Quick and easy-just right for this time of year!
posted:
10/11/2002
my daughter is a picky eater but she loves this recipe
posted:
10/6/2002
Grandkid friendly recipe even for my little ones. Thanks
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10/5/2002
This recipe looks like one my friends and family will like alot.
posted:
10/2/2002
This is a great quick and easy alternative to chips and other, not so good for you snacks. Once you start eating them you just cant quit! Plus, its a good way to get rid of the seeds from your halloween pumpkin!
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9/6/2002
posted:
3/29/2002
I have always loved roasted pumpkin seeds. It was a haloween tradition. The difference is that when my mom made them she always left the shells on. We then cracked and ate them like shelled peanuts. Some of us would throw away the shells, but I would always eat them with the seeds. It is a matter of preference. Another winning point with the kids is that the seeds are very slimy when rinsing. If you play it right it will score very high on the gross but cool scale. A very healthy snack and a fun project to include in your jack o'lantern making with the kids.
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