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Add Pumpkin Seeds to hot or cold cereal (also, granola/fruit mixes)
Add to trail mix
Sprinkle over hummus
So you gutted a few pumpkins and carved them up for Halloween. Now, there’s a pile of guts on the table. What to do…
As it turns out, pumpkin seeds have nutritional value. They provide a good source of protein, and minerals such as magnesium and zinc. Plus, they’re a low sodium, low cholesterol food. The benefits are too long to list. But rest assured one of the major benefits of getting more zinc in your diet (because our bodies don’t make it on their own) is stronger, longer lasting bones.
Classic, Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Pre-heat oven to 350°. Separate seeds from guts. Rinse with water, then dry on a paper towel. Spread dry seeds evenly over a baking sheet. Bake 10-20 mins., or until golden brown. Allow to cool.
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