That's A LOT of Pumpkin seeds
All of them chillin in their flavors
Ranch- This one didn't turn out very well. I'm not really sure why, but I'm going to it again
Cajun and Pepper- Ummmm holy hot!! I think I might have added a little too much Cajun...If you eat a couple of these, your mouth is on FIRE!
Parmesan and Garlic- This one is by far one of my favorites!
Cinnamon and Sugar- Another one of my favorites. Last year, I made this kind as well and didn't add enough cinnamon and sugar. This year, I think I got it perfect.
Not only are these super easy to make, they are a good snack and a good for you snack!
They are super easy to make!!
-Make sure you clean the pumpkin seeds well. Make sure there are no more pumpkin guts on them. -Dry them on a paper towel for a little bit.
-Divide them up for separate flavors
-Add a much as you want of seasonings with a little bit of Olive Oil (just enough to lightly coat them. you don't want a lot because they won't crisp up when cooking. They will stay soft) The salt one I made may have a little too much salt, but I still love them.
-Let them soak in the stuff until you have preheated the oven on 350.
-DO NOT PUT ALUMINUM FOIL done on the cookie sheet.
-Spread the seeds out on the pan, make sure there isn't big piles of seeds, they won't cook even.
-Put in the 350 degree oven for 30 minutes (or until lightly brown)
-Make sure you are stirring them every few minutes and keep a close eye on them towards the end, because they will go from light brown to burnt in seconds.
-Let cool and put them in ziplock baggies.
When all of them were bagged up, I added more Parmesan and cinnamon and sugar to mine.
Do you make pumpkin seeds? Any good recipes?