1. Scoop seeds from your pumpkin(s) and place into a medium bowl. Fill bowl with cold water and using your hands pick the seeds off the pumpkin pulp. Discard all the pulp. Soak seeds in cold water in the refrigerator overnight. 2. Drain seeds and add to a pot. Fill the pot with warm water, place on stove and bring to a boil. Boil the seeds for 10 minutes. This step will cook the inside of the seed so the outside and inside are perfectly crisp after baking! 3. Preheat oven to
Over the years, I've made several botched batches of kale chips. Finally, I applied a Texas BBQ method to the process (ironic I know) and baked them LOW and SLOW. I also allowed them time to "rest" (dry). My preschooler is really into roasted seaweed right now, so this made an easy alternative that I can add to her lunch bento. Ingredients: Lacinato kale 2 TBS olive oil salt & pepper to taste Notes: *you can use the bagged kale if you have some on your fridge you need to use.