5 Reviews

These are absolutely delicious! I doubled the recipe and it came out just fine with no problems. I used all the cayenne recommended and it had quite the kick! Thanks for such a delicious, easy recipe!

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HealRacMT December 10, 2009

WOW!!!! Awesome, I will never just only use salt again. Phenominal!!!!

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markandlorelie November 03, 2009

Awesome! For the past few years, I have been using the same pepita/pumpkin seed recipe (pumpkin pie seeds), but this year I wanted to shake it up a bit. This was perfect. I served it a football party for which I had prepared a pumpkin-themed menu. These were completely gone -- people couldn't stay away from them! Thanks for a keeper - I'll definitely be alternating this one with my usual recipe from now on!

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Starrynews October 21, 2008

Made these as a munchie for a mexican themed dinner party to go with the drinks. Soooo good and addictive!!! I added a bit of really fine salt after I took them out of the oven to get that salty/sweet combo. Everyone loved them.

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kitchenslave03 September 20, 2006

Seven beer guzzling poker players give seven hairy thumbs up to this delicious and nutritious finger food. I must warn however, it greatly increases beer consumption which greatly decreases hand/eye coordination so make a double batch because only half of these seeds will end up in the mouth and the other half will end up on the floor. Also, I recommend providing a short remedial demonstration on How To Use a Napkin Instead of Your Shirt Sleeve 101. I took your suggestion and used 3/4 tsp cayenne and I also thought the guys would like a little salty flavor so I added some of those teensy little pretzel sticks which I think was nice. Thanks Gayla. The guys think you rock!

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Pot Scrubber May 01, 2006
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