This Wild Rice Stuffed Acorn Squash Recipe makes an easy, but elegant vegan dinner! It’s easy enough for a weeknight, yet would make a lovely addition to a Thanksgiving menu.
It’s my first recipe post of October and I’m so excited to bring you alllll the fall foods! First up is this Wild Rice Stuffed Acorn Squash. Stuffed Acorn Squash is one of those dishes that just looks fancy. Every time I serve it I get ooohs and aaahhhs.
I find it funny because the truth is that Stuffed Acorn Squash could not be much easier. It just LOOKS so pretty.
I use a wild rice blend with flavor-enhancing vegetables to stuff the acorn squash. I use the wild rice blend because that happens to be my kids’ favorite. It also lends a nice nutty flavor to the dish. You can certainly sub whatever rice you have on hand.
I also keep this vegan, but a little parmesan cheese on top would be lovely. The chopped walnuts and dried cranberries add texture and color, so don’t skip those!
Whether you make this for a weeknight dinner or serve it at Thanksgiving, I hope you absolutely LOVE this Stuffed Acorn Squash recipe!
How to Make Stuffed Acorn SquashPrint
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