Caramelized Sunflower Seeds

Double or triple this little recipe and keep these yummy treats on hand. Keep them at room temperature in a tightly sealed container and crunch away at will! Use as a snack or sprinkle on salads, fruit, or sweet potatoes. This recipe is from the National Sunflower Association. Enjoy!

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  • Heat sunflower kernels in a non-stick skillet about 3 minutes over medium-high heat.
  • Stir in the brown sugar, stirring constantly until melted and kernels are coated.
  • Turn out onto waxed paper to cool.
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"Double or triple this little recipe and keep these yummy treats on hand. Keep them at room temperature in a tightly sealed container and crunch away at will! Use as a snack or sprinkle on salads, fruit, or sweet potatoes. This recipe is from the National Sunflower Association. Enjoy!"
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  1. bmcnichol
    Simple but oh so good. I made these for a snack tonight. I used roasted salted seeds and Splenda brown sugar blend so I only used a teaspoon of it. I really enjoyed these.
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  2. Nif_H
    Double or triple this little recipe and keep these yummy treats on hand. Keep them at room temperature in a tightly sealed container and crunch away at will! Use as a snack or sprinkle on salads, fruit, or sweet potatoes. This recipe is from the National Sunflower Association. Enjoy!
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