The Sweet Acre Squash

Newer to the party, this compact squash is so tasty, you’ll be hooked in no time. Aside from it’s smaller size, it’s high in beta-carotene, a natural antioxidant, and ten times sweeter than a butternut squash. You heard us…TEN, making it ideal for roasting, or better yet, popping it in the microwave for no more than a few minutes with a delicious drizzle of salted honey. Once its cooked, the skin is edible, so it’s no fuss, no muss for this tiny game-changer. Consider your snack-time struggles solved. Did we mention it’s available year round? After all, it is the better butternut.

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