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Healthy Hash

This is such a simple swap for potato hash browns and with all the flavor of the roasted squash and the spices, you won't even miss the potatoes! Spaghetti Squash is full of fiber and vitamins and makes a great hash that can be served any time! This is satisfying comfort food that the whole family will love. Serve this healthy option at brunch or breakfast for dinner.

Roasted Spaghetti Squash Hash: Makes 4 servings INGREDIENTS:

  • 4 cups roasted spaghetti squash

  • 8 thin slices yellow onion (1/2 c)

  • 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper

  • 1/2 tsp garlic salt

  • 1/2 tsp freshly ground nutmeg (or pepper)

  • 1/2 tsp salt (optional - if needed)

  • 1 Tbs & 1tsp olive oil


  • Start out by preheating oven to 400 degrees.

  • Wash squash

  • Poke squash with a sharp knife in several spots

  • Roast squash for 20 minutes

  • Remove squash from oven and let cool for 5-10 minutes

  • Slice in half, scoop out the seeds and then return to oven to roast for another 20 minutes.

  • When cooled enough, use a fork to scoop out strands until you have 4 cups - reserve any excess for another use (spaghetti squash freezes great!)

  • Spread out on a sheet pan or tea towel to dry out a little - the drier it is the crispier it will get in the next step.

  • Heat a large, non-stick skillet to medium-high heat.

  • Start off by sautéing the onions for a few minutes, until they begin to turn translucent.

  • Then, add the spaghetti squash threads to the pan.

  • Add cayenne, garlic salt and nutmeg and stir.

  • Continue to cook until the squash starts to crisp up and turn golden brown.

  • Serve hot.



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Did you know studies show: more than 100 million Americans have high blood pressure? High Blood Pressure significantly increases the risks of heart, brain, kidney damage, as well as other health problems.

Modifiable risk factors include unhealthy diets (excessive salt consumption, a diet high in saturated fat and trans fats, low intake of fruits and vegetables), physical inactivity, consumption of tobacco and alcohol, and being overweight or obese. So by making healthy substitutions like this squash instead of potatoes in your hash can make a big difference. Spaghetti squash is low in calories but high in several key vitamins and minerals. In particular, spaghetti squash is a good source of fiber, vitamin C, manganese, and vitamin B6.

Remember it's not about depriving yourself of delicious food, it's about being mindful of your choices, portion sizes, and coming up with healthier alternatives that are just as good if not better. Thus, our mission is to not only guide you to improving your physical health but also create a healthy mindset.

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