I hope you saved your seeds from when you carved your pumpkin! They are delicious roasted and topped with various things.
Last year, I read a bunch of methods of and recipes for roasting seeds… and combined a few of them to do mine. It turned out very well. Of course, I’m sure there are plenty of ways that work just as well. Feel free to post your recipe/method in the comments!
Wash your seeds and get off all the goop.
Soak overnight in salt water.
Dry and toss seeds with olive oil.
Sprinkle with toppings. Lawry’s seasoned salt is really good. I did a garlic salt version last year, but it wasn’t my favorite. Cinnamon and sugar is a delicious combination. Try whatever you think sounds good!
Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, for about 35 minutes or until they’re toasty and delicious.
The cinnamon sugar ones were my favorite last year. Mmmm…