The Best Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

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My son has been screaming for pumpkin pie for weeks.

I personally don't really like it, so I have been trying to get around it by making pumpkin roll, pumpkin pancakes, and pumpkin pasta. Check out my 20 favorite pumpkin recipes right here.

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Anyway, let's just say we have had A LOT of pumpkin seeds around here. I decided to try out some recipes and techniques and I have my favorite to share with you today!

After you rinse and clean all of the seeds, lay them out on a baking sheet and let them dry out. I let mine dry for 5 days. Then I sprinkled them with olive oil, garlic powder, chili powder and a generous helping of salt.

Depending on how many seeds you have and your taste preference you may want to add more seasoning through the baking process.

I baked my full cookie sheet at 300 degrees for about 1 hour. I checked, mixed, and added seasoning throughout the process. I like mine really crunchy and these are perfect. My husband complained he doesn't like pumpkin seeds because they are always stringy, but these were not stringy at all.

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Crispy and sooo savory. Our kitchen smelled like heaven as they were baking too! Now, the kids are begging for a sweet pumpkin seed recipe, anyone out there have a favorite?

Because I still haven't made that pie and he is STILL asking for it and I see more seeds in our near future.



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  1. I LOVE pumpkin seeds but I never dry them out before I bake them. I simply poor melted butter and spices on them and roast them right when we take them out of the pumpkins. I’ll have to try it your way. There is a cinnamon sugar grinder (that looks like a salt grinder) at Trader Joes that I use on them when my kids ask for the sweet ones. (I prefer the savory too so I just try to avoid the question but if they ask…that’s what I use 🙂
    Thanks for sharing your recipe!
    Ashley Rane Sparks

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