So if you know me personally, you know I'm always trying to find healthy but really delicious recipes for my family. I think the biggest turn off to "healthy" foods people have is they think that means they have to eat salads or bland, raw or half-cooked vegetables, and that's really not the case at all! When I find something outstanding that I know we'll love again and again I make sure to save it to make again. This is one of those recipes that just oozes fall and will be a staple in our fall meal-planning repertoire. I originally found this recipe from PreventionRD.com, although I did make a few small changes.
Sausage and apple stuffed acorn squash
Makes 4 servings.
If you aren't big on sausage, cook up some ground beef or ground turkey instead and add some Italian seasoning. Another thing to note is I liked chopping the onions, mushrooms and apples really small, so the kids don't really know what they are eating and for people with textural issues (like me with mushrooms) you won't be as bothered by it. To make this gluten-free, just leave out the panko or use your favorite gluten-free bread crumbs. Share and enjoy!