I stumbled upon this incredible recipe from Food with Family on Pinterest. My neighbors may be getting almonds this year in place of my standard Chex Mix holiday gifts!
In terms of ingredients, don’t change a thing. I ended up having to cook my almonds a bit longer than the recipe calls for. Stir often and take them out when they are nearly dry. Leaving them in until they’re entirely dry will over cook them!
I’m feeling festive. Here’s the trick to a yummy snack post-pumpkin carving. Happy Halloween!
Carve a pumpkin (or two!)
Dump the insides into a bowl
Separate the seeds and discard the pulp
Do NOT rinse the seeds (you’ll wash away the pumpkin flavor!)
Add olive oil (just enough to coat them)
Sprinkle on salt, pepper, and garlic powder to your liking.
Bake at 250 degrees for an hour or until slightly brown.