Full of minerals: Iron, Zinc, Manganese, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Copper, Vitamin K and Zinc.
Also contains fibre, protein and essential fatty acids.
Subtly nutty in flavour.
Pumpkin seeds are an excellent addition to the diet and are easy to incorporate into your breakfast, baking and dinners. They provide the body with important minerals, dietary fibre and fatty acids. These are all beneficial for the blood, cholesterol and digestion.
Eat our pumpkin seeds as they are or toast them to change their flavour to a richer, nuttier taste. They are fine to snack on straight from the bag, but there are lots of other things you can try...
Sprinkled on your muesli or fruit and yoghurt is a nice wholesome way to start the day. Alternatively, add to bread dough to make seeded buns or grind into a meal for cake and biscuit mixes. For a savoury dish, they are great sprinkled onto salads or in soups (their flat surface means they don't sink to the bottom of the bowl), and go well seasoned with a vinaigrette, olive oil or salt and pepper.