5 Ways To Use The Pumpkin and Seeds From Your Jack-O-Lantern

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Pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins! Pumpkin spice, pumpkin pie, and pumpkins with scary faces!

You’ve grown or picked out the perfect pumpkin. You’ve carved the perfect decal on your fall decoration but what do you do with the pulp and seeds you remove? I’ve got a few suggestions for you.

*This is a RePost of one of your favorite pumpkin posts from TFL*


How about pumpkin pie? Here’s a fan pumpkin favorite:



How about using the pumpkin seeds?

The pumpkin seed is useful for humans and animals alike. They help protect the male prostate, they make delicious snacks when roasted, and are a natural de-wormer for you and your animals. Here’s one of my favorite videos on using the pumpkin seed.


Roasted Pumpkin Seeds are a delicious, healthy treat.



I’m always on the lookout for ways to provide healthy food for J to take to work. They have to be easy to eat as he doesn’t have time to stop and have a full meal. I’m excited to try these with fresh pumpkin puree.



You know how seriously we take our health and that of The Pack. They love this pumpkin treat and I can promise your four-legged friends will too.


What do you do with your pumpkin parts and pieces after you’ve carved your jack-o-lantern? Share your tips and ideas with us in the comments.

Safe and Happy Journey,

Rhonda and The Pack




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