Roasted Summer Squash

There is nothing like fresh produce for summer dinners! Nothing! I love that I can hop in my car and within five miles of my home, come back with grocery bag of local produce!

One of my favorites is summer squash. I put it in EVERYTHING during the summer months. All you need to do it shred it and throw it in soups, sauces and smoothies!

Roasted Summer Squash

My favorite way to eat summer squash though is roasting it! It is so, so easy and everyone loves it!

All you need to do is slice it, (I like to add a onion to the pan as well), throw it in a  (affiliate link) roaster pan, sprinkle with sea salt, olive and garlic powder and you are pretty much done!

I bake mine at 425 for about 45 minutes, stirring once in awhile to distribute the nice golden brown…yum!

This makes a great side with a sprinkle of parm cheese or a replacement for pasta with a nice red sauce if you are not doing the autoimmune protocol.

If you are a Trim Healthy Mama, this is an S veggie because of the olive oil.

 

Roasted Summer Squash
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An easy side for a summer meal
Ingredients
  • 2-4 sliced summer squash
  • one chopped onion
  • sea salt to taste (be generous)
  • garlic powder to taste
  • Olive oil
Instructions
  1. Slice your squash and onion and put in a roaster pan
  2. Toss with olive oil
  3. Sprinkle with salt and garlic powder
  4. Bake at 425 for about 45 minutes, until nice and golden
  5. (Stir occasionally)

This recipe is linked at Gwen’s Nest and Stacy Makes Cents for Trim Healthy Tuesdays and Phoenix Helix for the paleo AIP recipe roundtable.

 


*For the record, my thoughts and advice are only my experiences or what others have allowed me to share. We don’t claim to diagnose, treat or cure.*

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