I love Spaghetti squash. It’s probably my favorite squash of all (at least of those that I’ve tried). It’s mildly sweet so it can make a nice treat if you add butter and honey, but it’s not so sweet that you can’t use it in a main dish like spaghetti. If you have never cooked a Spaghetti squash before, it’s really easy.
Step 1: Heat oven to 375 degrees.
Step 2: Pierce the outer flesh of the squash several times with a fork (see image above – I pierced mine several times all around the squash).
Step 3: Place the squash in a baking dish.
Step 4: Bake for 60 to 90 minutes (until outer flesh is tender).
Step 5: Remove from oven and cut open.
Step 6: Remove seeds from center.
Step 7: Take a fork or spoon and start pulling the meat from the flesh and place in a bowl.
Step 8: Serve and enjoy.
I either serve mine with a little butter and honey or raw sugar as a treat or sometimes I’ll use it in place of noodles when I’m making spaghetti. To me, either way is yummy. I’m sure there are more ways to serve it. What is your favorite way?