Nutrition in the tiny but mighty sunflower seeds
Despite their small size, sunflower seeds are a source of vitamins, minerals and healthy fats.* They're high in potassium, dietary fiber, iron, vitamin B-6 and magnesium. They're also a good source of calcium, according to according to the USDA nutrition facts for a one-cup serving.*
Sunflower seeds are a native plant to North America and have become a staple to cultures worldwide.
Sensational sunflower seed recipes
Aside from being a satisfying snack, sunflower seeds can be used in your fresh baked cookies and breads (banana sunflower seed cookies are wonderfully popular), in hearty trail mix and granola, to add texture to your tuna fish or egg salad sandwiches, and of course, sprinkled atop your go-to salads or roasted veggies.