You’ve done it! You’ve cut and carved, scooped and scraped, designed and created the most perfect front porch Halloween pumpkins. They are all set and ready for the little ones on Halloween night. But now you’re left with a giant bowl of ooey-gooey covered pumpkin seeds and somehow the idea of cleaning, rinsing, and roasting them doesn’t sound all that appetizing. What if we were to tell you there is more than one way to carve a pumpkin? Or in this case, roast pumpkin seeds!