Easy Stuffed Acorn Squash Dinner for Fall

Earlier this week I received a delivery of fresh organic produce and my favorite kitchen staples straight to my door. Let’s just say I might be hooked on how easy and convenient this new service from Milk & Eggs was. They have everything I buy at whole foods for cheaper and delivery is free. You can learn more about the company here: Milk & Eggs  & if you like what you see … you can get $20 off your first order of $40 or more using code  ‘ beachlife ‘.

& on a whim without proper planning ahead (something I rarely ever do) …  I created this recipe below using their seasonal ingredients included in the delivery Acorn Squash, Apples, Parsley, uncured organic turkey bacon & white truffle infused pasture-raised ghee from 4th & heart.

Super simple, easy enough for week nights and delicious enough for a family gathering if you make a few more servings. This sweet and savory recipe below is perfect for 4 people or for 2 people who like leftovers. The recipe template is interactive though, so don’t hesitate to adjust the serving size based on the number of people you’re cooking for!

Oh & the drink in the right upper corner of the picture is one of my new favorite ‘mocktails’ using watermelon water and Healthade Kombucha …. the original or ginger flavor works best. Cheers!

Hope you love the recipe, I’d love to hear your feedback, suggestions or comments. & Don’t hesitate to share it with your friends and family if you love it as much as we did.

Clean Ingredients. Real Food. & Sooooo much Flavor.



x, bri


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Stuffed Acorn Squash
Seasonal fall dinners are some of my favorite to create using warm combinations of savory and sweet ingredients like quinoa and red bell peppers with sweetness from chopped apples blended with a few other ingredients make this dish an easy week night meal that you can have ready in under 30 minutes.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. Bring quinoa and water to a boil on stove, following cooking instructions on package.
  3. Halve the acorn squash and scoop out seeds (discard seeds into trash) place halves open side up to sprinkle with spices to taste and drizzle with 1 tbsp olive oil. Massage olive oil and spices with bare hands inside and outside of squash.
  4. Turn halves with open side facing down into roasting dish and place into oven for 25 minutes.
  5. Wash asparagus, trim bottom half inch off of stems and place on roasting dish. Drizzle with remaining 1tbsp olive oil and sprinkle lightly with salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste.
  6. Place Asparagus in Oven with acorn squash once there is only 15 minutes remaining on the timer.
  7. In the meantime, chop and core apple, red bell pepper, green onions and parsley.
  8. Start cooking bacon (or turkey bacon) according to package instructions until well done.
  9. In a large skillet, over medium heat - add 1tbsp ghee with chopped bell peppers, green onions and apple. Stirring occasionally, careful no to burn.
  10. Add parsley and quinoa to skillet, stirring to evenly mix. Add torn bacon pieces to mix if desired.
  11. Remove Asparagus and Squash from oven. Let sit to cool for 5 minutes.
  12. Spoon filling into open halves of acorn squash. Plate with asparagus on side and sprinkle with fresh parsley for garnish and added health benefits if desired.
  13. Serve & Enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Brands I Use and Love:

  • I ordered the acorn squash, quinoa, apples, parsley, ghee and bacon from milkandeggs.com (use code: beachlife for $20 off your first order of $40 or more.)
  • 4th & Heart Ghee: (I used their white truffle flavor for this recipe.) You can purchase a variety of their flavors on Amazon here: bit.ly/Buy4thHeartTruffleGhee
  • Sprouted Quinoa by TruRoots on Amazon here: bit.ly/BuyTruRootsQuinoa
  • All spices I use are from SimplyOrganic & they're available in most stores or on Amazon here: bit.ly/BuySimplyOrganicSpices
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