Quick stuffed acorn squash

IMG_7867-0.PNGThis was an original and a spin off all combined into one. To start I cooked the acorn squash (cut it in half, scoop out the seeds, cook face down on a cookie sheet at 420 Degrees for approx 25 minutes). The main thing to note, is you the know the squash is done when the skin “gives” a little and you can poke it with a fork.

While this was happening, I basically made a stir-fry of sausage, apples, mushrooms and spinach. I used salt and pepper and a little basil as my spices and did this just by feel.  Once I had my meat mix, I tossed this into the cooked squash and put it in back in the oven until it had a bit of a crust. Once that happened-  I ATE IT ALL. NOMS.




  • 1 Acorn Squash
  • 1/2 Pound Sausage
  • 1 Apple
  • A Handful of Mushrooms
  • A handful of fresh Spinach
  • Dash of Salt & Pepper
  • Teaspoon of Basil


  1. Preheat  Oven to 420 Degrees
  2. Cut Squash and dispose of seeds
  3. Place Squash face down on cookie sheet in oven for 25ish Minutes.
  4. While that is happening, cook your sausage until almost done.
  5. Add in apples, mushrooms and spinach to cook down.
  6. Once mix is “almost” done, put this in the done acorn squash  and place back in the oven.
  7. Cook until the tips are a bit crusted
  8. Eat the whole thing. (I split it into 2 and had one for dinner and the other half for lunch)

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