Festive splashes of color on the outside, it has creamy, nutty squash on the inside. It’s almost to pretty to bake. I love the Jackson Pollock color patterns on these little squashes. Have your squash and eat it too. Bake some and display a few. They spread happiness when they meet the palette and the eye. The taste and texture is similar to acorn. A sprinkling of brown sugar enhances the naturally sweet winter squash. So easy, they bake themselves into a special side dish while you put your feet up and relax.
Roasted Carnival Squash
• 2 Carnival Squash
1. Cut the lid off the top and clean out the seeds and fiber.
3. Put the squash on a baking pan or dish lined with foil. Bake for 45-60 minutes at 375 degrees or until flesh is soft. Each squash serves 2 people so cut in half from the top down.
• Exchange carnival for acorn squash.
• Add a dash of cinnamon before baking.
• Add 1 tsp of butter before baking.
• Exchange carnival squash for acorn, golden acorn or butternut squash.
• Select either light or dark brown sugar.
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