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6. GROUND THEM INTO PUMPKIN BUTTER, PESTO OR MILK. Like pretty much any other nut or seed, you can grind pumpkin seeds into butter, pesto or even milk. They offer nut-free options for those with allergies. To make pumpkin butter, add raw or roasted pumpkin seeds to your food processor or high-powered blender.
Here are six healthy ways to enjoy pumpkin seeds. Vegetables with Pepita Dip. For a healthy dip, look beyond hummus. Try Zicil-P’ak, a Mayan vegetable dip made by frying pepitas, or shelled pumpkin seeds, until puffed, then combining them with tomatoes, chiles, fresh herbs and lime.
Pumpkin seeds contain omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, antioxidants, and fiber. This combination has benefits for both the heart and liver.. The fiber in pumpkin seeds.
Use a whole cup of toasted pepitas, peeled pumpkin seeds, to make a bright and refreshing complement for roasted chicken: pumpkin seed salsa, flavored with. Pumpkin Seeds: A Healthy Snack Packed with magnesium and zinc, an ounce of whole roasted pumpkin seeds only has 126 calories and 5 grams of fat, not to mention 5 grams of protein. Not only do you get the magnesium from pumpkin seeds, but also a good punch of protein, fiber, and healthy fats from rolled oats, pecans, pumpkin, and coconut oil. Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are a good source of magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, and copper. Magnesium helps improve mood and sleep, while manganese plays a role in collagen production.
You might be wondering if you can use just any pumpkin for pumpkin seeds, and the answer is YES! The best pumpkin for pumpkin seeds is the pumpkin you have on hand! Unlike when we made our own pumpkin puree, you are free to use seeds from a giant pumpkin you used to carve a jack o’ lantern. You can also use seeds from a pie pumpkin.
Pumpkin seeds can be enjoyed raw with or without their shell and added to pasta dishes, smoothies, yogurt, and baked goods. If you’re concerned about their phytic acid, roast or soak and then. Pumpkin seeds are rich in vitamins and minerals, healthy fats, and antioxidants that can contribute to a healthy diet in multiple ways.
They can easily be incorporated into meals or used as a snack to potentially help boost heart health and reduce pain and inflammation, while also providing defense against a number of chronic illnesses.
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