- — Kosher, Vegan
- — Dry Roasted
Food to Live Roasted Sunflower Seeds are produced by using the dry-roasting method which means there is no oil added. It’s also great that today you can preserve your tooth-health, and find Roasted Sunflower Seeds for sale that are already hulled. Compared to raw seeds, Roasted Shelled Sunflower Seeds have an enhanced, somewhat nutty flavor, and a tender, slightly crispy texture.
Roasted Sunflower Seeds Uses
Roasted Unsalted Sunflower Seeds are very easy to include in any diet. Try snacking on them while watching movies or sports games instead of popcorn or high-sodium chips. You may also mix them into your favorite homemade trail mixes, healthy raw energy bars, granola, cereals, and oatmeal. Sprinkle them over salads, bowls, or add to baked goodies (bread, cookies, or muffins).
Nutrition Facts Raw vs Roasted Sunflower Seeds
Most people prefer the taste of Roasted Sunflower Seeds over raw ones, however, they are worried that high temperatures kill all of seeds’ nutrients. Well, we are glad to inform you that it’s not true and Roasted Sunflower Seeds have quite a similar nutritional profile, to those of raw. Roasted Sunflower Seeds no salt are rich in healthy fats, dietary fiber, protein, beneficial fatty acids, Vitamins C, E, Calcium, Potassium, Selenium, Phosphorus, Folate, Iron and flavonoids (which act like antioxidants). Sunflower Seeds are good for heart health and may help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Besides, Roasted Sunflower Seeds without shell are an excellent ingredient for Keto, Paleo, and plant-based diets.
Store Roasted Sunflower Seeds in a container that closes tightly and put it in a cool dry area. If you decide to buy Roasted Sunflower Seeds Bulk you may keep them in a fridge or a freezer to avoid spoilage.