Winter Squash

We are now nestled into the Fall season here in Idaho, which means crisp air, crunchy leaves, and a bounty of winter squashes! The most common varieties that can be found in stores are pumpkins, acorn squash, butternut squash and spaghetti squash. Winter squashes are a great source of vitamin A for promoting vision health, potassium for nerve and heart health, and fiber for gut health. There are many different methods to cooking squash, such as: boiling, baking/roasting, steaming and microwaving. Plus, they add a little sweetness to savory recipes.  Try out this toasty winter squash recipe for the chilly days ahead:

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