Caramelized Honey Squash Rings, Fiesta Friday

Caramelized Squash Rings
Happy Halloween and Happy Harvest

I received these beautiful yellow and green striped delicata winter squashes and pomegranates in my Fall CSA basket. The delicata are petite winter squash that can be used to make perfect little rings to roast and caramelize. The pomegranates are a tangy sweet addition that look gorgeous next to the orange and yellow rings. What a lovely addition to a Halloween dinner and to a virtual party at Fiesta Friday. Stop by and visit The Novice Gardener for a bounty of new Friday recipes. Our hosts this week are Margy @lapetitecasserole and Jhuls@thenotsocreative cook
Caramelized Squash Rings

Caramelized Honey Squash Rings

  • Servings: 2-4
  • Difficulty: easy
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• 2 small delicate squash
• 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds
• 2 tablespoons honey
• 1 teaspoon cinnamon
• 1 teaspoon ground ginger or fresh grated
• salt and pepper to taste
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees
2. Slice squash into 1/2 inch rings.
3. Drizzle squash with honey and sprinkle on spices.
4. Bake uncovered until golden and caramelized, about 40 minutes.
5. Sprinkle with pomegranate seeds and serve warm.

Caramelized Squash Rings


12 Comments Add yours

  1. apsara says:

    A nice way to cut the squash, looks so pretty! Is the skin edible after baking?

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    1. I did eat the skin because these were newly picked and small so the skin was edible. I think the texture will toughen over time. In general vegetable skins have the most nutrition and antioxidants. For example, I never peel carrots or beets.


  2. Love delicata, your recipe sounds great, almost like dessert!!

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    1. Suzanne, you’re right. It could be dessert.


  3. I have never eaten this squash but love so many others that I will definitely give this a try. Your recipe looks delicious.

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  4. Jhuls says:

    Another pumpkin recipe for today’s FF – but this time, it’s something unique. Another way to enjoy pumpkin during pumpkin season. Thanks for being here, Tracey. We are so glad to have you here at FF. 🙂

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    1. Thanks Jhuls. FF keeps me creating recipes. Somebody has to keep the veggies flowing. Be well, Tracey


  5. These look so yum!! And a fab different way to serve squash!

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  6. Great way to serve it and I do like the rings 🙂

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  7. So yummy! Thanks for being at FF!

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  8. I love Delicata squash, it used to be really hard to find. It was a revelation for me when I realized the skin didn’t need peeling (very tricky to peel).

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