Happy Halloween…and what to do with all those seeds!

Happy Halloween! Don’t forget that today is wear your “gym appropriate” Halloween costume day here at NorCal. If you missed the previous post on this click here to read about how you can win a personal training session with Jenny.

With the change of seasons and the abundance of squash…all types butternut, acorn, spaghetti, etc you might be wondering what to do with all those seeds. Did you know that you can roast these seeds just as you would pumpkin seeds? That’s right you can and they are delicious. Please share your favorite way to prepare your pumpkin seeds in the comments area.

Written by Chrissy

Chrissy Gower has been involved in the NorCal Strength and Conditioning community for over 10 years. She graduated from CSU, Chico with a degree in Liberal Studies and then went on to earn a Masters Degree in Education as well as a teaching credential. After years of seeing and feeling the positive impact that NorCal Strength and Conditioning has had on her life, Chrissy chose to make a career change to personal fitness training. Chrissy can help you to improve any element of your fitness, be it body composition, strength, flexibility or cardiovascular endurance. Chrissy is also the author of Paleo Slow Cooking: Gluten Free Recipes Made Simple. As a mother of two and wife to a picky husband, Chrissy has a passion for helping people and families make healthier food and lifestyle choices.

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  1. I love roasting pumpkin seeds just with some salt and olive oil, but I never thought of using the other kinds of seeds as well. I made spaghetti squash for the first time last weekend (thanks to your book) and it is awesome! Easy enough, but I just never realized it before. Thanks! :)

  2. chrissy

    Awesome Nicol!! Spaghetti squash is so good. My favorite roasted seeds….acorn squash…a must try!! :)

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