Dude, I freakin’ love spaghetti squash, however you understand what I do not love? Practically severing my fingers each time I try and slice into the heavy yellow gourd with one in all my too-dull knives. That is exactly why I could not assist however do a contented dance once I heard of Trader Joe’s Harvest Spaghetti Squash Spirals, a frozen, gluten-free dish that stars the difficult but tasty noodle substitute.
Every bundle features a few so-called “nests” of spaghetti squash that is already shredded and cooked (my nonsevered fingers and I thanks, TJ), mixed with a tomato-based sauce that options chunks of butternut squash, pumpkin puree, herbs, and Parmesan cheese. Umm, is your mouth watering but?! The Fall-ready dish takes not more than 10 minutes to make — all it’s important to do is warmth some olive oil in a skillet, cook dinner just a few nests of spirals, add within the different contents of the bag (aka the tomato sauce, pumpkin, and butternut squash), after which prime it with cheese as soon as every thing’s mixed collectively. Discuss an easy-as-pumpkin-pie weeknight meal!
Oh, and let’s chat about these carbs and energy, lets? Forward is a quick nutritional breakdown for Trader Joe’s Harvest Spaghetti Squash Spirals, per a 3/4-cup serving measurement. There are about three servings per bundle.
- Energy: 100 (290 per total container)
- Complete fats: Four grams (13 per total container)
- Complete carbohydrates: 11 grams (35 grams per total container)
- Dietary fiber: Three grams (10 grams per total container)
- Protein: 5 grams (14 grams per total container)
You will discover Trader Joe’s Harvest Spaghetti Squash Spirals within the freezer aisle of the shop for $Four per bundle. We recommend stocking up if you spot ’em at your native TJ’s, as a result of its solely accessible seasonally all through the months of Fall! Giddy up, spaghetti squash-lovers — a brand new wholesome autumnal entrée awaits.
Costs and merchandise might differ by Trader Joe’s location.
— Extra reporting by Haley Lyndes