Acorn Squash is a yummy and tasty vegetable which I really do love. In fact, today I have a fantastic list of Acorn squash recipe ideas which I know are super tasty and delicious. Enjoy!
The Benefits Of Acorn Squash
Acorn Squash is a fantastic vegetable full of diverse nutrition. Like many fruits and vegetables, Acorn squash is low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium.
Acorn Squash is a great source of:
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin A
- Pantothenic Acid
- B – Family Vitamins
Best Acorn Squash Recipe Ideas
With all the amazing health benefits of acorn squash, you are sure to want to get it into your diet more often. The great news is that we have a ton of amazing and different acorn squash recipe ideas for you to enjoy!
This would be a fabulous breakfast option. With roasted acorn squash, walnuts, cranberries, and splash of maple syrup, you are in for a real treat.
This baked acorn squash recipe is super easy to make. It is gluten free and can be served as a vegan recipe. Serve it as a side or make it the main entree.
Soup is great for the heart and soul. If you like acorn squash, you will love this soup too.
Instead of hamburger and beans, you can make this super healthy turkey burger stuffed acorn squash. Its perfect for those who are health conscious.
As you can probably tell, you can stuff your acorn squash with just about anything. This recipe has you stuffing spinach, turkey burger, and leeks into your delicious squash.
With just 5-ingredients, you can transform your sweet acorn squash into a magical dish. Naturally sweet acorn squash with savory herbs and salty parmesan cheese is sure to get your mouthwatering.
Tasty Acorn Squash Recipe Ideas
This roasted acorn squash with arugula is a perfect vegetarian side dish you could make for fall. Your acorn squash is topped with fresh arugula salad, dried cherries, and goat cheese balls making this a dish your family will swoon over.
Acorn squash is already a sweet and delish vegetable. Add brown sugar and pecans and you have yourself a healthy, yet sugary treat.
The Instant Pot is all the rave right now. And, you can make a real delicious dish right in your Instant Pot. This dish is both sweet and savory.
Sometimes, fruits and vegetables go together perfectly. Pomegranate and acorn squash are those fruits and veggies that come together for a flavorful dish.
Loaded with so much flavor, this oven roasted garlic parmesan acorn squash is sure to be your go to recipe. It has a complex flavor profile that ranges from sweet and buttery to zesty, sour and salty.
I love acorn squash soup, but this recipe has an added layer of nutrition. Turmeric is not only delicious in this recipe, but is full of nutritional value.
If you are looking for something full of flavor and warm and comforting in the tummy, this is just the recipe you need. It blends sweet and spicy for a flavor you will love.
Acorn Squash Recipes Full Of Flavour
If you are looking for a healthy dinner recipe, this is as healthy as it gets. Lemon-herb roasted garlic chicken pairs perfectly with sweet acorn squash.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. When you add acorn squash into your breakfast burrito, you transform it into something you could eat everyday.
There is just something about sausage that makes it go perfectly with sweet stuff. Whether its pancake, waffles, or acorn squash, sausage is the perfect thing to go with it.
Looking for a vegetarian recipe? The great thing about acorn squash is that it is versatile and super healthy for you. You don’t need any meat to make this stuffed acorn squash delicious.
Just as you would stuff a bell pepper, you can stuff an acorn squash. Cheesy sausage and pepper offer your palette a variety of sweet, salty and bold flavors.
A roasted acorn squash pairs perfectly with grain free crust and creamy ricotta cheese for a delicious, gluten free fall tart. You will love it at first bite.
Instead of stuffing with rice, you can stuff this acorn squash with a healthier option; quinoa. Quinoa, mushroom and acorn squash are the perfect flavor combination to give your palette something just a little different.
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and has also taught cooking skills to adults. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!