With Pumpkin seeds already being one of the best seeds to eat every year, making it into powder is a really great versatile ingredient. I put it inside pumpkin batter for pumpkin cheesecake or pie. It brings out a toasty and earthy taste to the dish. Cooking this will make your house smell so good i am not even kidding.
Scrape all the pumpkin seeds from your pumpkin and separate the guts and seeds from each other.
Put the seeds into a bowl with cold water as you wash them, the rest of the strands of pumpkin will conjoin making it easier to pick off.
Dry your seeds and start to add a little bit of oil in a hot pan on medium heat.
Add the seeds and toast them gently.
You want the seeds to have a nice brown but not too dark color.
Add them hot in a spice grinder and blend until they turn into a clump powder.
Keep them in a Ziplock bag for at least a couple weeks for better taste.