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A sweet twist to roasted pumpkin seeds.
Preheat your oven to 350 F.
Put the cleaned pumpkin seeds into a medium-sized bowl. Add the cinnamon, sugar, and salt to your pumpkin seeds. Pour the melted butter over the seeds and give them a good mix.
Line a baking sheet or a roasting pan with the sheet of parchment paper. Pour the seeds on top and spread them evenly across the pan.
Place the pan in the preheated oven for about 25 minutes, or until fully roasted.
You get a couple of things with these pumpkin seeds. First your house will just smell amazing. It was hard for my kids not to resist opening the oven and pulling the seeds out ahead of time. But they were patient enough for me to pull them out and plate them up. Second, you get a pretty darn delicious and sweet snack.
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