Everyone knows the ever-so-popular butternut squash and Pinterest-worthy spaghetti squash copycat recipes, but one member of the family often goes undeservedly neglected: acorn squash.
Although this squash isn’t as well-known, it deserves to be. Known for its functionality, you can make it either sweet or savory. Plus, serving acorn squash with its skin still attached looks fancy AF.
Honey is a popular ingredient to pair with any squash, as it brings out their natural sweetness. Adding curry is an adventurous way to take this tradition to a whole new level.
Tired of eating sausage and eggs with plain old toast? Jazz up your breakfast with a healthier alternative to bread.
If you can eat omelets for dinner, you can eat pancakes then, too. And these are savory, so you don’t have to feel as bad.
These tasty bites are better than fries. Basically, sugar and spice and everything nice.
This pie is sweet with a slightly nutty flavor. The best part? You’re eating a vegetable for dessert.
Pizza is already our favorite meal. Topping possibilities are limitless, so why not add this variation to your rotation?
Many types of squash are popular in soups because they create a rich and creamy texture, which is exactly the flavor this soup will give you.
Squash creates a smooth filling between the flaky, buttery pastry sheets. Don’t limit yourself to just apple strudels.