A sweetly delicious and allergy-friendly spread for the ultimate snacking! A simple Raw Coconut Pumpkin Seed Butter recipe that’s gluten-free, vegan, paleo, and nut-free! Use it as a dip or spread for fruit, toast, maybe just eaten with a spoon!
When you don’t have pumpkin seed butter, make your own! While you’re at it, make it even more special with the addition of coconut! This little spreadable gem was the last pumpkin recipe I was going to share last year, but time ran out! The recipe is actually from June of 2015 though. Sad, crying, pumpkin neglect! I guess pumpkin seed butter isn’t technically seasonal, but for some reason, I felt it was somehow wrong to post it in the off-season.
I’m actually not feeling as pumpkin crazy as last year. I’m just giving you old pumpkin recipes I had to share with only this lovely bread as something newly created. I’m always surprising you with all those old recipes I tell you about in my stockpile! Good thing! I really don’t have time (or the right access) to be cooking anything new right now :/ It’s making me sad. I think I should submit a request to abstain from chemistry if I use my cooking and recipe development as a substitute! You know cooking is a science and chemical reactions are always happening!
That will be my fall-back plan. You know I’m even taking a chemistry for non-majors class. It’s not General Chemistry I and II. It’s “Chemistry of Life”. Which actually is general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry all wrapped into ONE semester. My professor said we’re just scratching the surface of it all….but that is not the case. The material is pretty in-depth and the only things that will be factored into our final grade are our mid-term and final :O It’s…rather horrifying! This class was one of the options for the chemistry prerequisite for my major (Public Health), no it’s a necessary evil…But really, can I just cook instead?
Raw Coconut Pumpkin Seed Butter
This may not count as chemistry credit considering it’s only 3 ingredients, but maybe… What if I ditched the whole public health thing and went for food science? No! That’s an extremely intense and difficult major! Haha! I love the actual public health courses I’ve been taking this semester. Just Principles of Public Health and Healthcare Systems, but both are fantastic (and 3-hour lecture classes, but that’s the type of teaching style I like!). The research class I’m taking isn’t under the public health major, but it’s research in the disciples of science and medicine. So guess what I’m doing my research paper on? CELIAC DISEASE! I’ll be cranking out 10 pages of autoimmune perfection 😉
So tell me:
+ What did you major/ double major/ minor in?
+ Some many rambles today, but what did you find to be the most helpful way to study for a difficult course while in college?
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