Cranberry Apple Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash from The Little Mustard Seed Café

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Get into the fall spirit by embracing Michigan’s wonderful seasonal vegetables! This recipe from The Little Mustard Seed Café dresses up your seasonal fall squash for a warm dish on a cool autumn night. Acorn squash is a great alternative to red meat that’s filling and rich in antioxidants to aid in fighting off diseases, and fiber-filled quinoa can help reduce blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol. Topping this dish off with cranberries and apples gives the dish some sweetness that kids will love.
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This recipe makes four servings.

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