I went to Investor Joe’s yesterday around 4pm and literally nearly went insane. First of all, never go to Trader Joe’s between your hours of 3-5:30pm. Trust me guys, your car will most likely end up being hit by reddish shopping carts (happened to me), children will run into with mini shopping carts, you’ll be blinded by way of a sea of Hawaiian t shirts and it’ll take you an excellent hour and a half to get a total of 10 stuff.
HOWEVER what you would find at Trader Joe’s this time around of year is basically everything you could ever need for all of your fall dishes. I mean discuss pumpkin overload! That they had pumpkin cornbread blend, pumpkin risotto, pumpkin bagels, pumpkin crackers, pumpkin butter and most likely a million other activities I didn’t capture. After this I recognized that Investor Joe’s and I are soulmates which I should actually just move in the grocery store to satisfy my lifelong dream of eating pumpkin items every day. I’d even put on a Hawaiian clothing and ring that damn bell. I’d become the next Wally (you will not get that if you’re not really a TJ’s shopper.)
Yep. Sometimes I’m just that basic girl.
IMPORTANT THING: It’s delicious and super good for you (lots of supplement A, C and fiber). Get with it.
I have no idea where I acquired the idea to place yogurt within the squash but I amount sour cream is good on potatoes and squash is similar to potatoes so why not try greek yogurt?
I hope you give it a try. Sometimes I consume it for supper after a long run. Mmmmm you can’t go wrong. xo!
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2 teaspoons honey
Preheat oven to 400 levels F. Line a cooking sheet with foil.
Slice acorn squash in two lengthwise and scrape out seed products. Place halves facing through to foil-lined baking sheet. In a little bowl, mix jointly coconut essential oil and cinnamon. Use your fingertips to rub each half of the flesh of the acorn squash with the coconut oil and cinnamon combination. Place 1 teaspoon of brown sugar in the center of each half and rub in to the squash. Bake for 45 min-1 hour or until squash is fork tender.
Once squash is done, allow to cool for 5-10 a few minutes then put on plates or put in tubberwear if you are planning to enjoy this later. When ready to serve, make certain squash is definitely warm after that scoop 1/2 cup yogurt into each squash fifty percent. Drizzle each using a teaspoon of honey and pecans. Acts 2. Enjoy!
You can you feed pigs feet to dogs use vanilla greek yogurt as well as plain yogurt.
If you’re vegan or dairy free, try using an almond, soy or coconut yogurt. The squash is normally even wonderful without yogurt!
Feel absolve to make use of maple syrup instead of honey and walnuts or almonds instead of pecans!