Try this healthy way to snack in autumn
know she’s snacking on something healthy. Once cooked in the oven (drizzled in olive oil) for 40 minutes, you can freeze it once cooled, and then defrost a few chunks for her mid-afternoon snacks.
We too are trying to be healthy and eat less red meat having seen a recent documentary citing that we should be eating no more than 70g of meat a day (choke). The patty pan squash makes a delicious evening meal as a casserole with garlic, shallots, sweetcorn, mixed beans and herbs.
Or, for a fantastic display for the table, stuff it with protein-packed quinoa sautéed with sundried tomatoes, basil and parmesan, and serve with a salad. Just bake it for 30 minutes in the oven.
We’re delighted to announce that my sister, Marie, co-owner of Pinewood Nurseries had a baby girl last week called Verity, almost exactly a year on from Ellie’s arrival.
Mother and baby are doing well.
Pattypan Squash can provide a healthy snack for young ones