Baked acorn squash with brown sugar

Squash is excellent choice for kids with allergy. Squash is rich in protein, vitamin B, vitamin A, calcium, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. That dish looks beautiful and, what is perhaps the most important for our kids, is very tasty.

 I recommend an easy recipe:


Roast squash with brown sugar


1 acorn squash;

3 tbsp brown sugar.


Preheat oven to 400°F.

Cut the squash crosswise, in half.

Take out the seeds.

From one piece of an aluminum foil make a ring so the squash can stand on it.
Place the rings and squash into some ovenproof dish.

Pour 1.5 tablespoon of brown sugar into each squash.

 You can add more sugar if the hole in your squash is large enough.

At the bottom of your dish pour a glass of water.

Cover the entire dish with aluminum foil.

Insert the dish in the preheated oven for 1 hour. After an hour, carefully pull out the dish from the oven. Transfer the squash to a small bowl. If your bowl is too large you can transfer the squash with the aluminum ring. Enjoy!


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