Who doesn't love to carve a pumpkin during the month of October? It's practically a required ritual for both kids and adults alike.
But before you can even start to begin that jack-o'-lantern, you first have to scrape out the guts of the pumpkin, and that includes its seeds. While you'll probably want to toss those seeds with the rest of the pumpkin pulp, don't! The seeds are edible and make a tasty and healthy snack if you just roast them. The best part is it's super simple.