The worst thing about carving a pumpkin? Scooping out goopy, slimy seeds. The best? Collecting them to make a delicious snack. But I have to admit: I kind of enjoy separating the seeds from the squishy stuff (it’s like a mini horror movie experience). Empty the innards into a colander and rinse them with water. This will make it easier to pry away the seeds from the pulp. Don’t forget to pat the seeds dry with a paper towel before you start cooking.
This recipe is perfect because it uses ingredients you probably have in the cabinet. Add the finished product to buttered popcorn for a movie night twist. Cue up Poltergeist and appease the spirits in your home with this seasonal treat.