If you’re looking for in season produce, squash is great during fall.
In the past, I’ve always had spaghetti squash as a side dish. For this recipe, the spaghetti squash is the main. The first step is to cut the squash in half and clean it out. It is baked in the oven for 45 mins.
While the squash cooked, I prepared the rest of the ingredients.
Once the squash was done, I scraped the flesh into a bowl and set it aside.
The next part is to cook up the onion and garlic in a pan. Once they are soft, the tomatoes are added in.
When the tomatoes are soft, the spaghetti squash is mixed in.
After the squash is warmed through, the dish is taken off heat and the Parmesan and basil is added. And voila! The meal is ready to be served.
I loved this dish! And Matt did too. I was hoping Chloe would too, since she likes noodles. But apparently she wasn’t fooled. Darn!
I was worried this wouldn’t be sufficient as a meal. But I was wrong. I was full but wanted to eat more because it was delicious. I will be making this again very soon!
This is a super quick post about making sandwiches interesting to kids. I saw an idea for rolling up a piece of bread to make it look like sushi. I figured this would be a neat idea to try with Chloe for our road trip.
Chloe has not always been a sandwich girl. It took a long time to convince her to eat toast. Now she loves pb and j on toast. But she makes a huge mess.
I was kind of skeptical of this idea because food with Chloe is so hit and miss. I only made one. And I kicked myself for it later. She inhaled it.
I took a piece of flax seed bread and cut the crusts off.
I put the natural peanut butter on and then the jam.
I didn’t think I put much jam on, but when I rolled it up, I had to wipe excess jam away.
I secured the sandwich rollup with a toothpick until I gave it to Chloe.
It was surprising how much she liked this idea. Maybe just because it was novel. But who cares! She ate her dinner. That’s all I care about.