Delicious Recipe for Spaghetti Squash

Ditch the pasta–it makes you sick, is high in calories, and thanks to squash: is completely avoidable!

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees
  2. Half the squash
  3. Scoop out seeds
  4. Line pan with aluminum foil
  5. Lightly season squash with olive oil, salt, pepper, and anything else you fancy
  6. Place the flat side downward
  7. Roast 35 minutes
  8. Wait until the squash is cool enough to handle
  9. Scrape the insides to release string-like squash “noodles”
  10. Prepare from this point on like regular spaghetti (sauce, meatballs, pesto!)
  11. Smile because you’re escaping wheat!


  1. I can’t wait to try this idea Maybe making scrap linen paketcs! I always love finding new and inexpensive ideas for gift giving! So, cute!We’ve lived in our house for a year and the previous owners left a nice little plot of garden in our front yard. Last year, the garden was whatever wanted to sprout there. The only thing I recognized were chives and rhubarb (which we used for cooking AND to make the most DELICIOUS strawberry-rhubarb pie! *drool*) This year, I wanted to start small in order to have a successful garden! We’re trying out cucumbers, summer squash, eggplant, and tomatoes (in addition to the chives and rhubarb that are back!). My toddler (2 years old) is having a blast helping out in her garden so, this is something new that we’re both experiencing together! It’s a great morning routine to go out and water/pull weeds!

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