I just got around to splitting open my spaghetti squash (CSA delivered 2 weekends ago) and the seeds in the center were sprouted! Is the squash still ok to eat? What about the sprouted seeds? (I usually roast and eat like regular pumpkin seeds.)
Significantly lower in carbs and calories than traditional pasta, spaghetti squash serves as a healthier weeknight dinner base. You won't believe how easy it is to cook. Prep-ahead to make dinners and lunches easier and faster throughout the week.
Spaghetti squash is a great lower-calorie, lower-carb alternative to pasta. It makes the perfect comfort food or salad starter, and is a neutral-tasting veggie that absorbs all the flavors of this simple dish.
Swirl up a forkful of this rich, creamy play on lasagna. Packed with the same great flavors of the traditional dish, our veggie-packed version packs in nutrition while slashing carbs.
How to Roast Squash Seeds
Don't throw them out.
How to Make Roasted Spaghetti Squash
A visual version of our Roasted Spaghetti Squash recipe, perfect for a warming autumn meal. It's simple, and shredded spaghetti squash can be substituted for its namesake pasta, for a healthier version of spaghetti and meatballs.
Keep dinner fresh and easy with this healthier, veggie-packed alternative to pasta. For an ever faster option, you can use an equal amount of raw zucchini noodles or ribbons in place of the spaghetti squash.