*Spaghetti Squash "Porridge"

I used to have oatmeal or teff porridge every morning and greatly missed that lately. Yesterday I decided to get creative and combined spaghetti squash with pumpkin seeds and a splash of vanilla and stevia. It was quite yummy! I blended it in my Vita-Mix until everything was well mixed, but slightly chunky as that's how I like the texture, but I'm sure you could make it really smooth too like pudding if you prefer.

I did about a cup of spaghetti squash with 3 T pumpkin seeds.

And I believe this should be no limits, right?

Just thought I would share!

TLC says- you could use any squash this way and cinnammon/nutmeg and other spices are nice ideas too! However, for a no limit brekky- the spagetti squash is excellent!
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Hi TL,


You could use just about any squash that is lower carb but the spagetti squash is on the OK list so you can have as much as you want. You can eat it just cooked and mashed or blend it. You can top it with nut milk and seeds (like flax or chia powder or crushed pumpkin seeds), drizzle it with oil and or flax oil and sprinkle spices on top (or mix in.) Stevia and spices with a bit of ghee during cooking works well too!





This is a wonderful food. It's very low calorie though so I thought you might like to know this Tiajuana. One cup is only 42 calories so you'll be hungry soon after eating it if this is all you have. Sometimes this is a highly desireable characteristic in a yummy food but for those who need calories, it's important to add other foods to this delicious breakfast.



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