The best part of watermelon…the seeds???

The peskiest part of a watermelon may also be the healthiest. The seeds have almost every nutrient you can name protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals, says Elizabeth Somer, R.D.N., the author of Eat Your Way to Happiness. And the taste? Pleasantly nutty. Cooks seeds in a hot pan with cooking spray and seasonings for two to five minutes, or roast in the oven at 375 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes. Or buy them pre-roasted from Toss them into salads and granolas and on toasts, or just eat them straight. (Shape)