1. Sprinkle them on your soup... allthatimeating.blogspot.co.uk Recipe: Curried Squash Soup with Roasted Spice Pumpkin Seeds 2. ...or your salad. jellytoastblog.com (Bonus points for kale.)Recipe: Warm Kale Salad with Maple-Roasted Acorn Squash 3. Imprison them in candy. freutcake.com Recipe: Cardamom & Pepita Brittle 4. Throw them into a batch of granola. katieduris.com Recipe: Olive Oil Granola 5. Add crunch to a quinoa salad. 101cookbooks.com Recipe: Heather's Quinoa Recipe 6. Bedazzle a wheel of cheese with them. boulderlocavore.com Recipe: Baked Brie with Maple-Pumpkin Butter, Honey, Marcona Almonds and Pepitas 7. Tuck them into muffins. herbivoracious.com Recipe: Cherry-Pumpkin Seed Muffins 8. Whip up a creamy nut butter. naturalnoshing.wordpress.com Recipe: Savory Almond-Pumpkin Seed Butter 9. Bake a batch of cookies. cinnamonandthyme.com Recipe: Pumpkin Seed & Chocolate Cookies (scroll down for English instructions) 10. Make a healthy breakfast hash. thedailymeal.com Recipe: Potato, Spinach & Pumpkin Seed Hash 11. Turn them into adorable "energy bites." gimmesomeoven.com Recipe: Pumpkin No Bake Energy Bites 12. Toss a few into your random lunch thing. smittenkitchen.com Recipe: Butternut Squash Salad with Farro and Pepitas 13. Dress up a loaf of nut bread. runningtothekitchen.com Recipe: Pumpkin Seed Nut Bread 14. Serve a classy vegetarian paté. dietdessertndogs.com Raw vegan snacks for all! Recipe: Creamy Raw Almond Pumpkin Seed Paté 15. Try these sweet little no-bake fig cakes. greenkitchenstories.com Recipe: Pumpkin Seed Cakes 16. Add pumpkiny goodness to trail mix. cookingbride.com Reeses Pieces mandatory.Recipe: Fall Snack Mix 17. Make a veggie burger that actually tastes good. thefigtreeblog.com Recipe: Butternut Squash Nut Burgers With Roasted Garlic Aioli 18. Liberate your pesto from boring old nuts. flourishingfoodie.com Recipe: Pumpkin Seed Pesto 19. Add crunch to your breakfast. katieatthekitchendoor.com Recipe: Baked Blackberry Oatmeal 20. Decorate a lovely pumpkin cake. parade.com Recipe: Pumpkin Coffee Cake with Pecan-Pepita Crumble & Maple Drizzle 21. Make your own. honestfare.com 1. Scoop the seeds out of your jack-o-lantern, wash off gunk, spread out on a towel to dry for a while. 2. Toss on a baking sheet with a little oil and whatever spicy or sweet or other stuff you're into (don't forget plenty of salt). 3. Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes or until they get crispy. Stir the seeds every 10 minutes and check to make sure they're not burning towards the end of baking.