Recipe For Squash Boats

Recipe For Squash Boats
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I have a confession to make – I love baked acorn squash! Whenever it starts to get cold, I look forward to going to the grocery and finding some good sized acorn squash to make for dinner. My husband looks forward to coming home and seeing me baking acorn squash – one of his favorite vegetarian recipes!

It wasn't until this past winter that I realized that quite a few people have no clue how to cook acorn squash, or worse, have never had baked acorn squash.  So many people here always assumed it was only for decorating.  I have been having quite a few people here asking for my recipe for acorn squash, which my husband dubbed long ago – squash boats!

I like to think of squash boats as one of those baked acorn squash recipes that is a mix between a healthy dinner and a dessert.  When I first started baking my own acorn squash, I planned on this being a side, but it very quickly became a main entree in my house since it is just so filling! What surprises most of my friends who have asked for my recipe for acorn squash is that it is just so easy to make! Best of all, this baked acorn squash recipe looks absolutely beautiful, making it a great dish to serve if you are having unexpected guests!

The recipe for baking acorn squash came from The Winter Vegetarian by Darra Goldstein.  While I have made some minor changes, it is still based on one of the author's recipes! If you enjoy vegetarian recipes, I highly recommend you give this book a try. It is by far my favorite vegetarian cookbook!

If you have a change or substitution you think would be good, or have a favorite way to prepare any squash, please share it with all of us in the comments area!

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26 Responses to Recipe For Squash Boats


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  6. Anonymous says:

    Great site and delicious recipe.

  7. Presta says:

    you know, recently i visited Germany, and really wanted to eat squash and they had none…I was surprised

  8. Anonymous says:

    This looks so delicious, I bet it tastes even better.

  9. Anonymous says:

    mmmmm…cannot wait to try it out…thanks

  10. Anonymous says:

    Excellent recipe. Thank you.

  11. Anna Smith says:

    Omg, sounds so good!  Want to try to make it tonight! Hope it will work with my diet :)

  12. GP Locum says:

    Lovely! Thank you! 

  13. locum GP says:

    This is awesome. Apples and squash!

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  15. Sue Invegas says:

    Never had this kind of squash. Looks good.
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  16. These sound delicious! I love apples with squash. 


  17. I am so trying this! I have two acorn squash! :)  and granny smith apples!! Oh yeah! 

  18. Ashley S says:

    These look amazing. I love acorn squash.

  19. Staci says:

    I have never had squash actually… so thanks for the idea. 


  20. I have not been fond of squash however this recipe may have me changing my mind!


  21. that looks so easy! I love it. My husband would love this recipe. he absolutely LOVES squash with cinnamon and brown sugar, so this is definitely up his alley. 
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  22. Sarah Welte says:

    These would look really nice on our Thanksgiving table!
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  23. Mike says:

    Cool. Thanks for this. Will try it today!

  24. Kate J says:

    This is what I can do with my acorn squash!

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