This stuffed acorn squash is officially on my “to-do” list of recipes for the fall/winter.
I will admit that this is the first time I’ve really cooked with acorn squash. I usually stick to the other squashes, like spaghetti, zucchini, yellow, butternut, etc. I have no idea why it took me so long to cook with it. This squash is SUPER seasonal. Which means, you can’t really find it…..ever…..when it’s not fall/winter.
That’s a bit of a bummer, BUT it’s exactly how our ancestors used to eat. Seasonally. When you eat seasonally, the produce is better quality, cheaper, and higher nutrients. Right now is acorn squash’s season to shine! You can find out the amazing benefits of acorn squash over here!
You should expect a couple more recipes with this because I was pleasantly happy with the taste. And to be honest, I think acorn squash could be easily used in baking recipes too! It reminds me of pumpkin. What’s a better way to intake vegetables than in a baked good?