Nutrition Bites #2
Try making the recipe below with a lean protein source such as lean ground beef or ground turkey breast. This will help make a balanced meal which is Sara B Principle #2 – Balanced Meals. I teach my clients what balance looks like throughout the day so they are best fueled and feel great!
Fall is definitely the season for squash. Not only does it taste better right now but it’s good for the budget too.
Because of this I try to take advantages of all varieties including the spaghetti squash!
I’m guessing a lot of you have never tried this kind before because we are unfamiliar with how to prepare it. It’s not the sweet flavored ones that only require a little honey or brown sugar.
so how do you prepare….easy…just like spaghetti!
First split the squash into two halves longways. cook upside down in pan with about 1/2 inch of water. bake at about 400 for 45ish minutes. You know the squash is done when you can flake the strings off the inside with a fork.
Serve with pasta sauce and enjoy!
you will have to excuse my absence from the rest of the week…my sister gets married Saturday!
Congrats Kelli…soon to be Mrs. Brown!
Until next time…
look good, feel good, do good…