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If you’re anything like me, you get a little overwhelmed when presented with a squash (be it because of a great price at the supermarket, or a gift from a friend’s garden). It’s not that I don’t like squash; it’s just that I don’t know what to DO with it. It takes so much preparation just to get it to an edible state (like baking), that often I get overwhelmed just thinking about it.
However, I know spaghetti squash is incredibly healthy. A cup of spaghetti squash only has 42 calories, 10 carbs though it is rich in Vitamin C (helpful for your immune system) and B-6 (a total energy booster). I decided to create the easiest squash recipe known to mankind.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Heidi Washington.
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Quick Tip – You can prepare the squash portion a day or two in advance to save time.