A one-ounce, 126-calorie serving of hulled and roasted pumpkin seeds is made up of 85 kernels.
Great news for visual eaters (those who need to see a lot of food on their plate to not feel deprived)!
For the record — I verified this figure in my kitchen by counting the number of hulled pumpkin seed kernels (also known as ‘pepitas’) in a one-ounce, quarter-cup serving.
If you’re keeping track of nut and seed servings at home:
1 serving = 23 almonds, 49 pistachio kernels, or 85 pumpkin seed kernels!
Pumpkin seeds make for a great snack, by the way. They are a great source of iron, manganese, phosphorus, protein, and vitamin K.