Me, my kids, my friends and family all loved these! We did not crack them open and eat them, we ate them whole. The recipe needs to tell you how to prepare your pumpkin seeds, and here's what worked for me that was super delicious: Separated the seeds from the guts, layed them on paper towel to dry overnight. Melted 2 Tbls. of butter, and mixed the two in a bowl. Then, I put them on a cookie sheet sprayed with cooking spray, and sprinkled them with season salt, to taste. Baked them at 300 for about 40 minutes shaking the pan a couple of times. stored them in a paper bag, so they stayed crunchy. The seeds were so warm, toasty, and awesomely crunchy and delicious! My 4yr old and 6 yr old loved them!
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Me, my kids, my friends and family all loved these! We did not crack them open and eat them,...