If your looking for a delicious spread look no more. I used to love peanut butter when I was young but I guess over the years I lost my taste for it. I am glad to say that has all changed since finding out about and tasting Jif Cinnamon Peanut Butter. I never thought I would eat another peanut butter and jelly sandwich in my life but this spread has made that a reality again. If your kids are picky this is great and goes good on so many things from sandwiches to bagels to apples and more! If you haven’t tried some get on it asap, you won’t regret it and it leaves a delicious cinnamon flavor in your mouth! I’m officially sold! I received this product free for trial purposes.
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This is my fav time of year! The holiday season always brings me so much joy. Now that Halloween is here pumpkin picking, carving, and roasting seeds is in full swing and I am ready. I am a pumpkin seed addict and I must get several pumpkins a year to roast its seeds, and of course have fun carving them with our kids.
Last year was the first year I decided to try some other pumpkin seed recipes instead of just the the traditional #oldskool recipe I’ve been using and eating since I can remember! I love trying new things and although my husband hates it it’s just too damn bad and he must participate. Luckily this year I decided to go with the original salted pumpkin seeds and ranch flavored which are delicious and flavorful!
Here are the recipes I use for ranch and original. It’s very simple and I usually just do it by eye instead of measuring. It’s kinda hard to mess up! Or at least I think it is 😊 There’s tons of seasonings you can use from garlic to ranch to BBQ to chili powder! Either way they are delicious and good for you!
Original Pumpkin seeds
2 cups of pumpkin seeds
1tbs of olive oil/butter
1/2tsp of kosher salt/salt
Ranch Pumpkin seeds
2 cups of Pumkin seeds
1tbs olive oil
1tsp ranch dried seasoning-sprinkle some more while cooking (optional)
salt to taste
Once they are seasoned just throw them in a pan with some tin foil and pop it in the oven!
I have seen a lot of different recipes, instructions and temp suggestions to use when you look online. I say just go with your gut. I’ve made mine from anywhere to 300-375 degrees. The key is to watch them and take them out when they start to brown!
Good luck pumkin 🎃 seed eating and Happy Halloween 👻
I love love love brown sugar meatloaf! I love the sweet taste and the brown sugar glaze dripping off it. This is one of the easiest and quickest recipes I’ve tried and it’s delicious. You can tweak it to your liking but it’s great either way! Pair it with those creamy mashed potatoes I posted earlier and your in business. I have 2 young toddlers and they eat it up! Your family will love this.
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Who doesn’t love an awesome creamy mashed potatoes recipe, it looks delicious n I’m making it tonight so check it out here: