17 Unique Ways to Use Pumpkin Seeds
It's almost Halloween, which means it's almost time to start carving pumpkins again. Soon you'll have tons of pumpkin seeds lying around. Sure, you can roast them, but how many roasted pumpkin seeds can one person eat? Here are some awesome new ideas to turn those leftover pumpkin seeds into something amazing. Fun fact: pumpkin seeds last for up to three months when stored in an air-tight container, so you can save some to use in a Thanksgiving side dish.
This pumpkin seed brittle from Just a Taste is easy to make and goes great with chocolate. It is sure to impress even pumpkin seed haters.
Pumpkin bread is the perfect autumn treat for any meal of the day. This one from I Food Real includes pumpkin seeds in the recipe.
These oatmeal cookies from Whole Bite Blog use pumpkin seeds and other fall flavors for a perfectly seasonal bite.
Pumpkin seeds are so versitle they can be used in just about anything. Put them to the test as a savory accent with this recipe from I Food Real.
Coffee might not have been your first thought to go with pumpkin seeds, but this recipe from Half Baked Harvest makes them work beautifully.
This cheeseball from Running to the Kitchen is a great recipe if you're entertaining lots of people this Halloween. The pumpkin seeds give it an extra crunch.
Who says pumpkin seeds have to be eaten? You can use them to make jewelry like this necklace from Aunt Peaches. And bonus, you can easily make this with your kids.
Pumpkin seeds are super healthy and great for improving energy. They make the perfect addition to these energy balls from Cupcakes and Kale Chips.
This pumpkin seed butter from Smart Nutrition is so much healthier than peanut butter and makes an excellent replacement.
Why stop at pumpkin seed butter? Take it a step further by making these delicious pumpkin seed butter cups from Kevin is Cooking.
Want to make a healthy dinner this Halloween? These carrots from The Whole Bite Blog will make a yummy addition to it.
This chocolate bark from Turnip the Oven is the perfect vehicle to cary pumpkin seeds and cranberries for a fall flavored treat.
All of your favorite autumn flavors come together with pumpkin seeds in this yummy recipe from Half Baked Harvest. I can make a great healthy breakfast before Halloween.
These pumpkin seed coconut bites from Feasting at Home are the protein packed, healthy snack you've been waiting for.
Add an extra zing to these pumpkin crackers from Half Baked Harvest with tasty pumpkin seeds.
Snack bars like these from Sally's Baking Addiction are so easy to make, and you can throw in whatever ingredients you want.
This pumpkin seed brittle from Brown Eyed Baker adds in the flavors of vanilla and cardamom for a sweet treat.