Ready in 45 minutes
No sugar or nuts. It is very simple and savory
"Not a huge fan of squash, but in an effort to make some healthier dishes at our Wednesday Night Dinner, we tried this. It was not a crowd favorite, but it is surely a tasty recipe and healthier than our normal sides. Thanks for contributing."- timgraham1
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Preheat oven to 350. Grease/spray a casserole dish; set aside.
Cut the peeled, desseded squash into 2" pieces.
Steam/boil the squash or about 15 minutes or until soft.
Drain and shake off all excess water.
Return drained squash to pot and mash with the butter, rf sour cream, onion, and parm cheese.
Briskly stir in the beaten eggs.
Add the salt, allspice, and pepper. Stir well.
Pour mixture into the prepared casserole dish. Sprinkle with the crushed crackers.
Bake at 350 for 45 minutes.
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timgraham1 4 weeks agoNot a huge fan of squash, but in an effort to make some healthier dishes at our Wednesday Night Dinner, we tried this. It was not a crowd favorite, but it is surely a tasty recipe and healthier than our normal sides. Thanks for contributing.
jeffreymathis 1 year agoAdded 1 lb of ground beef and turkey and 1 1/2 lbs of cheese amazing. Ty for base recipe.
donna-jeandonnelly 1 year agoI roasted the squash first. Basted with melted butter,salt ,pepper and fresh nutmeg. Didn't have crackers so i used cherrios ran through food processor.
Food-Freak 2 years agoVery easy to make, sets up nice when done, almost like a souffle. I added grated ginger and nutmeg, great flavor. Will be adding this to the family recipe box.
mmelissam 5 years agoMost of the prep time was in steaming the squash and baking the dish. I forget the onions and substituted a biscuit crust for the crumb topping (had no crackers).
dawnrw 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]