Did you roast the seeds of your pumpkins/jack-o-lanterns this year yet? Did you know that it’s not just pumpkin seeds that you can roast up and munch on as a snack?

Squash seeds are just as good for roasting up. It’s a great way to make sure you use all of the squash, and as an added bonus, you get two separate meals/snacks from one, cheap seasonal veggie. Here’s how The Kitchn does it:

Remove the seeds from your squash just like you would a pumpkin and try and remove most of the stringy goo that will be stuck to them. Rinse your seeds, lightly douse with olive oil and your choice of seasoning (we like a combination of sea salt and Hungarian paprika), and bake them at 300 F for around 8-10 minutes or until they begin to brown ever so slightly.

Here are a couple of recipes that The Kitchn recommends:

Do have any great ideas/recipes for squash seeds? Please share below!