It’s been a lot of fun decorating our home in Park City for the season, and that just gets me in the mood for all things fall! The boys carve pumpkins each year and then we like to bake the pumpkin seeds for a healthy snack! It’s a fun and festive Halloween treat. It was frustrating the first few times I put them in the oven because they would always turn out soggy. I’ve learned a few tricks over the years to make the pumpkin seeds actually crispy and wanted to share them with you guys!
The key thing to make sure the pumpkin seeds don’t turn out soggy is after you wash them and get the pumpkin slime off, you have to really dry them. The rest of the steps are listed below!
It just snowed in Park City last night, and after living in Texas, I can’t believe we got snow in the middle of October! It’s definitely time to bring out the soup/chili recipes. I recommend my Tuscan Ribollita Soup or the Turkey & White Bean Chili. You can’t go wrong with either one! Or you can see all of my recipes here. Have a wonderful day!!