Sep 26, 2011

Spaghetti Squash Lasagna



Strands of roasted spaghetti squash are layered with marinara sauce, mozzarella and ricotta cheese, then baked in the oven until the cheese is melted and all the flavors bake together. Naturally gluten-free and vegetarian.

A wonderful way to prepare spaghetti squash, a winter squash that resembles strands of spaghetti when cooked. The flavor is nothing like pasta, but it has a mild taste that is wonderful with sauces you would normally eat over pasta. Technically this is not a lasagna since there is no pasta in this dish, but layered just as you would a lasagna in individual sized oven safe casseroles which are perfect for portion control. If you don't have personal sized casseroles, you can make one larger one in an 8 x 8 baking dish.

This recipe calls for cooked spaghetti squash. I prefer to roast spaghetti squash, which is really simple to do, you can do this the day before and store the squash in the refrigerator or  you can make it in the microwave if you need it quick. Once cooked, simply use a fork to separate the strands. I always have a jar of my quick marinara sauce on hand, which comes in handy to whip up quick weeknight meals.



Spaghetti Squash Lasagna
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 1 lasagna • Old Points: 6 pts • Points+: 7 pts
Calories: 291.0 • Fat: 13.7 g • Protein: 19.6 g • Carb: 21.0 g • Fiber: 2.7 g
Sodium: 358.3 mg  

Ingredients:
  • 2 cups marinara sauce 
  • 3 cups cooked roasted spaghetti squash
  • 1 cup part skim ricotta
  • 8 tsp parmesan cheese
  • 6 oz part skim shredded mozzarella (I used Sargento)


Directions:

See instructions on how to roasted spaghetti squash here.

Preheat oven to 375°.

In four individual 5 x 7-inch oven safe baking dishes, ladle 1/4 cup quick marinara sauce on the bottom of each dish. Top each with 3/4 cup of cooked spaghetti squash and spread evenly. Top each with 1/4 cup ricotta. 


Sprinkle 1 teaspoon of grated parmesan cheese and .75 oz mozzarella on each.  Add the remaining sauce, parmesan and mozzarella cheese.  


Cover with foil and bake for 15 - 20 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the edges begin to bubble; uncover and cook an additional 5 minutes.

134 comments :

  1. Yum! Looks great. I think I'll throw into this weeks menu!

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  2. i dont even know if i like spaghetti squash but i am going to try it because i have never had one of your recipes disappoint me!!!

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  3. Funny - I am eating spaghetti squash as I read this at my desk at work! One of my go-to meals to fill me up without being unhealthy! Great minds think alike! ;)

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  4. This looks tasty! Where did you get those individual casseroles? They are too cute!

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  5. Cannot wait to try this!! Looks heavenly!

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  6. I have had Spagh Squash Spaghetti and its wonderful - this is a great new version to try! Thanks!

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  7. Katie - Home Goods!!! Love that store!

    You can't go wrong adding sauce and cheese!!

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  8. So if made in an 8x8 Pan this still yields four servings?

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  9. Yes, if you use the same ingredients here it would be for 4.

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  10. This looks fabulous!! Spaghetti squash is my most favorite vegetables and they are everywhere at the farmer's markets right now. I can't wait to try this recipe!!

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  11. Definitely can't wait to try this!

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  12. Dinner tomorrow night. Thank you

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  13. would this freeze?

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  14. You are a recipe machine, my goodness. I love this idea!

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  15. This looks interesting! It's a healthy version of one of my favorites.

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  16. This would freeze great!!

    Thanks Leanne!!

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  17. Hi! Looks good. Specially children like very much spaghetti.

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  18. This is brilliant! Love this.

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  19. I am definitely making this, fabulous!

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  20. This looks amazing. Is there any way you could include the sugar count in your recipes? I am trying to follow a low sugar, low carb way of eating. It is surprising how much sugar ( natural and processed ) we consume. Most recipes don't list it in their nutritional count.

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  21. Is one squash enough to get 3 cups?

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    1. a typical Spaghetti squash will net you much more than 3 cups!

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  22. Made this last night for meatless Monday. It was a hit! I used an 8x8 casserole dish. Will make again and again. Thank you so much!

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  23. Love this recipe! I am a bit "spaghetti-squash-challenged", because the couple of times I tried to cook it, it turned out very mushy

    I must be doing something wrong -

    will try your recipe for sure, seems luscious, but not over the top, just the way I like it!

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  24. This would be great for my dish for the teachers' luncheon this week. Can I make it a day ahead and pop in the oven in the morning? I've never worked with spaghetti squash before.

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  25. *drool* what a beautiful display!

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  26. Yes, you can make this the day before and put it in the oven when you're ready to eat.

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  27. One large spaghetti squash should make 3 cups.

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  28. Does the Spaghetti squash have points, trying to figure out how each peice is 7 points.

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  29. I made it in a pie last year. It was good! No sauce, just the ricotta and mozzarella, and a sprinkle of breadcrumbs. I have a picture of it on my blog.

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  30. I've been looking for a good spaghetti squash recipe. This one seems great. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  31. Fantastic; I make something similar and it's always a hit.
    Rita

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  32. This is awesome you posted this! I have a spaggheti squash in the fridge I was a little afraid to conquer!

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  33. how long does marinara sauce last in the fridge?

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  34. In a recipe, the spaghetti squash is 1 point per serving in recipe builder. That along with the sauce, and cheese, it adds up.

    The marinara lasts about a week in the fridge.

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  35. I have been looking for a spaghetti squash recipe to try on my boys & I think this is it! Thanks for sharing :) Looks YUMMY!

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  36. yum! you can also cook spaghetti squash in the crock pot...just throw the whole thing in there with a couple inches of water and cook in on low for 6hrs or high for 3! So much easier to cut in half that way too!

    Kristen - howtofeedahusband.blogspot.com

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  37. Would adding mushrooms water it down? I am roasting my squash now and would love a little more veggie in the dish...

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  38. I just bought a spaghetti squash and now I know how to use it! Thanks!

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  39. I just made this recipe and my 7-yr old loves it! I used the Sargento 4-cheese Italian blend to add more flavor. Delicious!

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  40. This is my kind of meal right here!

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  41. stilldreamin9/27/11, 11:01 PM

    Made this tonight!! Delicious!! I did add some ground turkey to it. I have one of those men who has to have some meat in his meals!!

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  42. I have to admit that I buy too much at times and then don't get to the baking until much later. Last year I bought three spaghetti squash and had to wait about a week before I could get it in the household's menu. Set them on the front porch as decoration and they did just fine! (There was no frost at that time.) After baking them all up, I put into freezer bags so I can eat my squash while the rest of the family has spaghetti noodles. I stay on track with my low carb diet and the family still has my homemade spaghetti sauce. Will use the lasagna recipe as soon as possible!

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  43. I have to say I am so happy I found your site. I joined ww two weeks ago but cant afford the online recipe builder and was really wanting to cook at home. Thank you so very much for taking the time to share your time and effort with the rest of us.

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  44. I love spaghetti squash, and I cannot wait to try this recipe! It may be jumping into next week's menu rotation.

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  45. Getting ready to make this... How long do I bake it for if I use the 8x8?
    Can't wait to try this :D

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  46. i just popped this in the oven this evening. I hope it taste good. I never had spaghetti squash either. I won't even ask the husband to try it. l;(

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  47. I made this for dinner yetserday evening and it was DIVINE!!!!! Honestly Gina, your recipes are the best, the BEST!!!!! Thank you so much! You rock girl!! (BTW, your marinara sauce has become a staple in my refrigerator, as I make it once a week, and use it up during the week for various recipes, it is so flavorful and fresh!)

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  48. Quick and easy pasta recipes, like pasta bake, lasagne, spaghetti Bolognese and more: http://goo.gl/MlG6h

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  49. this was soooo delicious! I want to make like 50 of them to freeze (but that would be a lot of pyrex and spaghetti squash)

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  50. I just finished serving this for dinner. It was a hit. Even my husband, who doesn't like squash, thought it was good. It was simple to make. The hardest part was cutting the squash in half.

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  51. nice blog, i have bookmark it at :

    Skinnytaste

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  52. The site was recommended by one of the gals in my WW group who raved about the eggplant lasagna. I can't see to located that recipe but there sure are a lot of yummy looking ones.

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  53. I dont know if it was my squash.....or my sauce but mine came out super watery.....and the top was super browning......hmm i did use sugar free sauce as i'm doing south beach....but i love hte taste and the flavor that the water will hopefully cook off later :)

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  54. @OceanHutt Mine also came out watery. Any tips Gina??

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  55. We love skinny gina10/4/11, 1:46 PM

    This recipe is awesome!! So easy and soooo delish! For those that turned out watery, try making the squash a day ahead so it absorbs its own liquids. I piled my ingredients up cold and it came out fabulously-not water at all!! I am in love with you Gina!!! Down 60lbs on WW and you have been an integral part of my success, so for that, THANK YOU!!!

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  56. I'm surprised it came out watery, did you roast it? I too made my squash the day before, wasn't at all watery but this may have helped.

    We love skinny - aww, that is so sweet :) And I'm so glad you lost all that weight in part to cooking my recipes, so glad I can help :)

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  57. This is so easy, yet looks good! Thanks! I may need to add you to my blog!

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  58. Hubby & I had this for dinner last night. He roasted the squash before I got home, and then I assembled the lasagna. We did one 9x9 pan, so it took a little longer go cook, but it was really good. We are spaghetti squash newbies, but I think we are hooked now!

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  59. This was a huge hit at the teachers luncheon I made it for. Only downside, there wasn't any left over for me to try. Guess I'll have to make it again!

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  60. Just gave this a try today ... it was terrific! Thanks for another great recipe.

    Quick question ... do you think this would be ok to freeze before cooking?

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  61. I would assume this would be fine to freeze before baking.

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  62. looks great... will give it a try

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  63. Made this last night!!! It was great! I used Sargento 4 cheese reduced fat Italian and it was awesome!

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  64. I love love LOVE spaghetti squash! I'm definitely going to try this. :)

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  65. Simply scrumptious!!! I've never thought of making spaghetti squashed lasagna, it looks delicious. I might give it a try. Love the pic

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  66. Cannot wait to try!! Thanks soo much for the recipe!

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  67. If I just want to make one big one what size pan do I use?

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  68. I made two of these and froze one for when company was over. They were DELICIOUS! It took about 45 minutes to cook in an 8x8. As well, once it is out of the oven, let it sit and solidify a bit. It seemed a bit runny probably from the squash. I think I used too much pasta sauce. Regardless, it was delicious. My husband even LOVED it!! Thanks Gina!

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  69. For one large one an 8x8, or you can double the recipe and make a 9x12.

    Glad u liked it!

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  70. I made this tonight and really enjoyed it, though next time I make it I might add some more spice to it.
    Another super easy recipe -- thank you!

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  71. This was gooey cheesy goodness and super filling with a garden salad on the side. I made one big 8X8, and like some other reviewers, mine came out really watery on the bottom, but maybe because my spaghetti squash was straight out of the oven.
    I have some leftover squash that I'll use to make individual lasagnas for work and see if they come out less watery.
    Thanks again Gina!

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  72. hi Gina, do you know where i can get spaghetti squash here in the uk? I'd love to try this recipe but had no luck finding them.
    Thanks in advance

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  73. i'm making this tonight...spaghetti squash is roasting now. do you think it'll help it be less watery (as others have stated) if after i cooked it, i put it in the fridge first before i made the actual lasagna?

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  74. Wow, this recipe was amazing! Very filling and so fun to get to eat the entire pan to myself! Thanks, as always, for your delicious recipes.

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  75. I made this for when my folks came to visit this past Sunday. It was a huge hit! I doubled the recipe for a 9 x 12 pan, since we had 7 people. It came out perfect and not watery at all. I like it also because it is so much lighter than traditional lasagna, and with a nice salad on the side, it was the perfect amount of "fullness." Keep those recipes coming Gina. The few that I have tried have always turned out so tasty. :-)

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  76. Your dish your delicious! You're post inspired me, I'm going to by some spaghetti squab tomorrow :)

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  77. My husband works overnights during the week. I am always on the look out for recipes that can easily be reheated. I am not a fan of squash, but my husband LOVES it. So I figured I would give this recipe a try. I just finished making the lasagna and it smelled so good! I had to try it! Turns out.... I LOVE spaghetti Squash Lasagna! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe! Thank you Gina!

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  78. Mmmm! Made this for dinner tonight, and I added a layer of ground turkey - so delicious! I'll definitely be making this one again!

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  79. I made this tonight for dinner. I used an 8x8 inch baking dish and used my own marinara. It came out delicious. I let the squash sit for about 30 minutes after baking and then let the lasagna sit for about 15 minutes before cutting into it.
    I WILL be amking this again and again!

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  81. The directions are linked in the ingredients.

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  82. This was so delicious! I pretty much just got done eating it and I can't wait to go back for more! I am not a fan of normal lasagna but this was a wonderful twist on it that I thoroughly enjoyed. I am pleased with the first recipe that I have tried. Can't wait to try more =D

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  83. I am waiting for this to come out of the oven! It looks great!

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  84. Had this tonight for dinner with a spring mix salad! OMG!! Gina!! Now I can't decide which of your recipes is my favorite! This was amazing! I can't believe how good it was! Your recipes have changed my life! Thanks to them I am down 121lbs! My body thanks you!

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  85. Made these last night for dinner and im making them again for lunch! About 90% of the meals i make are from this website and i have to say this might be mine and my hubbys favorite. I was going to make them and freeze them but they taste fine reheated! this is a must and VERY filling!!

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  86. What a great idea, Gina! I love spagetti squash, and I've had it with marinara, but never thought if making a lasagna. You're brilliant!

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  87. Hi Gina! Happy new year :)
    Love this recipe! Linking back to it in my next post.

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  88. Spaghetti squash! what a fun little vegetable I never knew about :) Thanks for a great recipe I will be using again! I put ground beef sauteed with onions and garlic in my sauce and it was delightful.

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  89. my squash was atill pretty hard... i was expecting it to be soft? did i just do something wrong?

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  90. This was delicious! I added sauteed spinach with garlic, and it was great-the whole family loved it!! We will definitely make this again!! Thanks for the great recipe :-)

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  91. I make a similar recipe, but I use regular zucchini sliced into sheets with a benriner/mandoline as the "pasta".

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  92. I'm in Australia and cannot get spaghetti squash. Would pumpkin be a good substitute? Would I need to precook it in that case? Thanks :)

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  93. This was delicious! It turned out very watery but I just kept draining it. I think it might be because I cooked the squash in the microwave. Next time I will try roasting it the day before like you did and see how that turns out. Very tasty though!

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  94. Made this tonight for the first time. I had never tried spaghetti squash before and honestly, I was little freaked out and not too sure about it before I tried it. But I figured anything with that much cheese and sauce could be delicious, right? I really liked it! My husband refused it because of his squash aversion and my little one ate it but she apparently has a textural issue with it and would tremble every time she took a bite, haha. Oh well. I enjoyed it! Thanks for the yummy recipe.

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  95. Thank you so much for this recipe. I've made it twice now and my husband is a big fan. So are my in-laws.

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  96. Made this again this week! I added a bit of cooked turkey sausage in the layer part. Another hit! It will be a regular meal at this house! Thank you! ~Amy :)

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  97. Very impressive. My hubby hates squash (and healthy eating, lol) but he actually *really* enjoyed this dish. Thank you so much!!

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  98. I made this tonight for dinner. Absolutely deliscious!!!! I will make this recipe again for sure. I love love love your website. Thanks for all the great healthy ideas!!!

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  103. this is amazing! im making it again this week!

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  104. Made this last week and it was amazing! You have made me obsessed with roasted spaghetti squash! Even my family loves it :) You have inspired me to create a spaghetti squash shrimp scampi...i figured I would share the recipe as I think other readers may like to try it :)

    Ingredientssquash
    -1 large spaghetti squash (I roasted and shredded this the day before I made the dish)
    -2 Tbsp olive oil
    -2 Tbsp light butter
    -1 medium onion, diced
    -a lot of garlic (maybe like 8 cloves?), minced (I use the kind that comes in the jar;))
    -1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
    -2 lb frozen shrimp (thawed, deshelled and deveined) (you could probably use 1 lb, but my family loves shrimp)
    -1/4 cup dry white wine
    -1 Tbsp lemon juice
    -1/4 cup + 4 Tbsp parmesan cheese
    -chopped parsley (~2 Tbsp?)

    1. If you roasted the spaghetti squash the night before like I did, remove from refrigerator and use a paper towel to gently remove excess moisture. Set aside.
    2. In a large saucepan, heat oil and butter over medium heat. Add diced onion, garlic, and red pepper flakes. Cook until onion is soft and garlic is just golden.
    3. Add thawed, deshelled shrimp and white wine and cook until shrimp is pink.
    4. Turn heat to low. Add roasted spaghetti squash, lemon juice, 1/4 cup parm cheese & parsley. Cook over low heat until thoroughly combined and heated through.
    4. Divide in to 4 portions and top each with 1 Tbsp parm cheese.

    Enjoy :)

    I don't follow weight watchers, but I do track calories. My spaghetti squash yield 500 g "spaghetti". I then calculated each (huge!) portion to be only 271 calories. Serve with a caesar salad and possibly garlic bread :) Enjoy!

    Keep up the GREAT work Gina!....I would love to see more of YOUR spaghetti squash creations :)

    -Cara

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  105. Using no fat Polly O ricotta and no fat Polly O shredded mozzarella, this recipe comes out to 5 points plus per serving. It is delicious.
    Thanks!

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  106. YUM! I made this last night in an 8x8 dish to have for my lunches at work this week. It was delicious, even reheated! I also added a container of frozen spinach as another layer.

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  107. Made this last night and it was delish! Thanks for all your great recipes.

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  108. how many servings if you make in 8 x 8 dish....have left overs not sure what the PP would be! so good! cant wait to make again

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  109. Also want to know if you make it in an 8x8 dish how many servings there are, but also want to know how much in a serving?

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  110. I'm going to try this recipe! Where did you find your individual baking dishes? They are not as easy as I thought to find!

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  111. I made this tonight and it was very tasty, I was surprised how filling it is too! Thanks Gina for all of your delicious recipes

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  112. Made this tonight for meatless Monday. YUM!!!! Thanks for all the delicious recipes, Gina. I have spaghetti squash left over so I am making the baked cheese side dish tomorrow!

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  113. Made this for dinner tonight. So delicious! Thank you for another fantastic recipe.

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  114. Made it last night for dinner, so tasty and filling! Looking forward to leftovers for lunch today :) Thanks for a great (and easy!) recipe. I try to make at least one new recipe a week and many are from your site. Thanks, Gina!

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  115. when i made this, there was a lot of excess water. is this normal?

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  116. So I used your idea and mixed it w http://greenlitebites.com/2012/07/30/spaghetti-squash-tomato-bake/comment-page-1/#comment-672124 hers as well as added a few tweaks of my own and LOVED IT!!!

    However my dish still had tons of liquid in the bottom, what on earth did i do wrong?

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  117. The squash was a bit runny on the bottom, but after reading the comments, this seems normal. I also didn't use marinara sauce b/c i didn't have any. I used pasta sauce instead. I found the taste to be okay. If i make this recipe again, I'll add spices to the spaghetti squash. It was a bit bland, even with the pasta sauce (maybe the pasta sauce wrecked the taste).

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  118. I made this and was a bit taken back by the taste of summer squash in my lasagna. The next night I cooked chicken in olive oil and Italian seasonings, then ate it all together. OH YES. I heaved it in. It was absolutely amazing!!! I used fat free ricotta for the first time, and I could NOT tell the difference. Absolutely DELISH!!!! Thanks to you, I am learning to cook for the first time (I'm 27!), and learning how to eat HEALTHY. This will be a regular!!!! *mwah*

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  119. Ashley, did you mean summer or spaghetti squash? I could see where summer squash as the main ingredient would not be good for this recipe! Though both that and zucchini are fantastic additions to a regular or spaghetti squash lasagne. :) bTW I saw where someone above said their spaghetti squash came out mushy. Definitely overcooked. I have done this myself and its NOT good! For those intimidated by it, this is the easiest squash ever. Cut I half, roast about 40 minutes, then scrape out witha fork and do whatever you would with regular spaghetti. This lasagne dish is awesome (though I do 2 layers), but its also great with just a good sauce or just butter and Parmesan.

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  120. I make this and also serve chicken parm with it. DELISH!

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  121. Ashley, I am making this tonight with a few updates we are adding ground turkey! Let ya know how it goes. I love all your recipes ! feel free to take a look at my new blog too! www.dreamingindenver.com

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  122. I cant wait to try this.I have never had spaghetti squash before and I received one in my box this week. I will substitute the ricotta for my tofu ricotta recipe that i love and possibly top this with fresh basil from the garden.. I'm excited !! Thank you for posting!=)

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  123. I really like fast food and you have shared here that food which i like most thanks.

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  124. My vegetable hating 4 year old asked for 2nds! Thanks so much Gina.

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  125. I think this will be the first spaghetti squash recipe I attempt to serve my kids. Looks delicious!

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  126. Is there a reason this is four individual 5x7 pans? Would it be okay to do it all together but in a 9x13? Would you suggest any different cooking temp and times? Thanks.

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  127. If I freeze this, do I cook it first and then freeze it, or just assemble it and freeze it? Sorry, I'm still a cooking newbie!

    Rebecca S

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  128. I made this yesterday and I was really surprised how filling it was! I added some sautéed onions and garlic. Thanks for another great way to use up the Spaghetti squash we grew this summer!

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  129. I added sauté mushrooms. Superb meal! Any change in points when using commercially prepared marinara?

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  130. I made this and I love it! Especially when it is portioned out. I am thinking of adding ground turkey next time, it adds 3 extra points. Any thoughts?

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  131. Made this twice so far and just love it!

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  132. I made this for the first time last night and it is AMAZING! Yes, the texture is different because it's spaghetti squash, but the taste is amazing! The serving size is huge for the calories and it definitely fills you up!

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