Pumpkin Seed Recipe
Cold weather always gives people an excuse to put on a little extra weight. Hey, I’m all for the big holiday meals and seasonal eating. But, what if there were healthy autumn snacks that still tasted great? Pumpkin seeds have always embodied the fall spirit, and it’s a relatively healthy snack (with moderation) that you can eat to keep your stomach busy. For this reason, I’ve found two different variations of pumpkin seed recipes that I have to share with you. These recipes are easy to make from home and a perfect snack for businesses to sell.
Personally, I can’t handle spice. When I say I can’t handle it, I mean “mild” at Buffalo Wild Wings gives me a run for my money. Regardless, I certainly acknowledge that there are plenty of other people who love spice, so I found this awesome recipe just for you. As a business, it’s important to consider what your customers might like too. To prepare these pumpkin seeds, you will need:
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Garlic Powder
- Cayenne Powder
- Olive Oil
- First, preheat your oven to a toasty 375 degrees.
- Then, take all ingredients and mix them together in a pot until the seeds are coated and all elements are blended.
- Finally, evenly place your seeds on a cooking tray and place in the oven for around 20 minutes, or until browned.
Sugar? Cinnamon? Sign me up! If you or your customers have a sweet tooth like me, this recipe could be a match made in heaven for your taste buds. In preparation for this sweet treat, you will need:
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Coconut Oil
- Vanilla Extract
- Ground Cinnamon
- Sea Salt
- Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.
- Mix sugar, cinnamon, and salt ingredients together thoroughly.
- Safely melt the coconut oil.
- Once melted, take coconut oil away from heat and mix in vanilla extract.
- Then, mix in pumpkin seeds.
- Place seeds on a baking pan, and cook until golden brown.
This guide is a simplified version of the steps necessary to make this delicious dish. For more information on how to prepare these sweet seeds, check out this blog. Consider using these Glossy Orange Sherbet QuickQlick™ bags to store this finished treat.
Since it is the season, I recommend actually getting a pumpkin and carving out the seeds. After that, let the seeds sit and dry for as long as it takes. If you don’t know where to get a pumpkin, check out our other blog on the best pumpkin picking spots to visit in New York. Pumpkin picking is a fun experience for you and your loved ones to enjoy, so we highly recommend going!