Name: Acorn Squash with Fruit



Yield: 2 servings

Comments: 10/11/2014 - I forgot the butter. Gail said it was like pie but healthier.
3/1/2015 - One medium macintosh apple makes about twice as much apple as the recipe calls for. I used the whole thing. Maybe I'll try cut the apple in bigger chunks next time.
1/8/2016 - I used a whole macintosh apple and a half cup of frozen raspberries. The squash was well done in 12 minutes.
8/23/2016 - I microwaved the squash 10 minutes, and used a peach and a half cup of frozen raspberries.
12/20/2018 - I used 1/2 a macintosh apple and frozen raspberries. It was served with Garlic Lime Chicken and leftover rice.
10/28/2019 - I omitted the fruit filling, but it was good. I put the butter directly into the squash cavities, and zapped for another 30 seconds.
1/15/2020 - One Macintosh apple and 1/3 of a cup of frozen strawberries and bananas filled the squash cavities nicely.
9/24/2020 - I used one apple and 1/3 cup of blueberries. I microwaved the squash in cereal bowls, in which I served the results.
10/31/2022 - I used one apple (about 1 cup), 1 cup of frozen raspberries, which became 1/2 cup after thawing, and two tablespoons of butter. I accidentally cut the squash into unequal pieces. I cooked them in cereal bowls again.
12/30/2023 - I used one Macintosh apple, 3/4 cup of frozen black berries, and 1 tablespoon of butter. I cooked them in cereal bowls.

Source: Sunset Microwave Cook Book, Lane Publishing Co., 1981, page 59

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