9. One way to eat more sunflower seeds
is to add them to a salad. They add a bit of unexpected crunch and can really enhance the flavors of what can sometimes be a boring meal option. You will love having a fancier salad and you will feel better about eating it. Sunflower seed butter makes a good keto snackOther uses for sunflower seeds include: Adding them to keto-friendly hot cereals (try them in this keto porridge)Mixing them into your keto trail mixAdding them to your chia pudding or keto-friendly yogurtIncorporating them into baked goods and keto breads like this oneTopping pasta with a bit of crunch Keep in mind that
eating shelled sunflower seeds on their own isn’t necessarily the only way to enjoy the health benefits of these seeds. You can also get sunflower seed butter, which you can use like peanut butter (just check that your storebought sunflower seed butter has no added sugar). If you can’t find sunflower seed butter in your local grocery store, you can make your own by toasting your seeds in the oven and processing them in a high-power blender or food processor. It takes just a few minutes and some diligence to scrape down the sides and get the consistency right. A drizzle of oil might be necessary to get a spreadable texture. Homemade sunflower seed butter is great on a slice of keto-friendly bread or spread across a keto cracker like these multiseed keto crackers, or eat it on raw vegetables or keto-friendly fruit. Eating Sunflower Seeds on KetoThe health benefits of sunflower seeds are almost too many to name, and they can aid in your keto diet as well.