Friday, 8 February 2013

Cheaper Seed Mix

It can be expensive to buy a good cheap mix of seeds to sprinkle on breakfasts, salads and desserts, so I make my own.  I buy large good value bags of pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and linseed and put them in a jar:

You can vary the quantities according to how many of each seed you prefer. Then I simply shake them up before use to get an even amount of each to use.

The smaller seeds tend to work their way to the bottom of the jar so I shake before every use.

1 comment:

Andrea@Familyconnect said...

Don't they look lovely in the jar? Good to eat, and nice decor - bonus!