4. Spread ’em out on an even layer on a greased cookie sheet (i used foil) and bake at 375 for about 8 minutes. Watch for them to “pop” and take them out before they burn. These are a little burned but my husband likes them that way.
I like the idea of lining up a bunch of flavors and serving them in labeled baby food jars on Halloween with cider. There’s not much DIY here, just put them in the jar, but these are Garlic Parmesan flavored and go well with the Stuffed Pumpkin…recipe after the jump!
1. Rinse and dry your pumpkin seeds that you scraped from any old pumpkin:
2. Melt a couple teaspoons of butter. Maybe some homemade butter?
3. Mix the seeds up with the butter, some parmesan, and garlic salt to taste. You can really load it on, yum.