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The brown sugar with maple syrup was a great new twist on my old recipe. My family has always added a sausage patty for the last 30 minutes.
Yummy!!!! This is so good! Altho I didn’t use Maple syrup. I don’t care for it. I used Mrs Buttersworths lol
Made this for Easter. Total hit.
Tried this tonight, along with chicken breasts and sauteed cabbage. It was a first for my son, who isn’t an adventurous eater. He ate every bit of it and said how delicious it was. I love introducing him to new veggies. This is a winner.
Our favorite go to recipe. It’s the best one we have found and use it a few times a month.
Fantastic demo picture blog in handling, preparation, and cooking Acorn Squash.5 ⭐ Terrific
I didn’t have a roasting pan available so I used a used a 1/2″ deep cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil. I added 1/4″ of water and first cooked for 45 minutes cut-side down. Then I flipped them over, added the butter, brown sugar and maple syrup, and cooked for another 30 minutes. Loved it. Maple syrup is key!
This was awesome. I couldn’t stop eating it.
Love this dish!
My grandmother’s spirit is sitting in the kitchen once again…so good. What a treat.
Me and my Fiancé never really had squash before and my mother had gave us two of them. I found this recipe and the squash turned out amazing. My Fiancé loved it so much he wants to become a vegetarian now! lol
Yum! I didn’t have maple syrup, so I replaced it with honey & added a few sprinkles of cinnamon. Easy to make. I did accidentally cut through the squash, so I cooked in a small glass baking dish lined with foil (to catch the drippings).
The best and easiest way to cook acorn squash. Very clear and detailed prep tips. Excellent for beginners and good refresher recipe for experienced beginner cooks.
Score it, now that’s a great idea! A bit hard to do when you first open it, but can be done half way through the baking process.
after it is tender, then flip over
Not with the butter, sugar, & syrup in it. All of that would run out into the pan.
I bake my acorn squash inverted in the pan, and then turn it over and add brown sugar, and butter, then put back in the oven until melted and beautiful tender.
It was delicious! How creative and simple.
My mother made this for many years as a delicious, yet relatively healthy, dessert, utilizing freshly-picked acorn squash from our garden. She sadly passed last year … and I didn’t have a recipe on how to prepare the squash … until now! Thank you
The acorn squqsh was delicious