Parmesan Walnut Spaghetti Squash

Craving butter noodles, but don’t want the carbs? This recipe is perfect for you!

Combining the health benefits of organic butter, and squash, with the cleansing/detox powers of garlic, rosemary, walnuts and other spices, you’ll be doing your body some good while enjoying what you eat.


1.5tbs butter, melted

1.5tsp garlic powder

.5 tsp rosemary

1tsp basil

1tsp parsley

1tsp oregano

.5tsp  black pepper

1.5tsp creole blend

1 small spaghetti squash

Parmesan cheese

1/4 cup walnuts


1. Preheat oven to 400

2. Cut spaghetti squash in halve,take out seeds and stringy bits in the middle like you would for a pumpkin. Make sure you cut off the stem as well.

3. Place a tiny bit of water in a cookie sheet or casserole dish. Cook spaghetti squash cut side down for 30 minutes

5. Mix melted butter with all of the spices, adding in a small amount of parmesan.

6. Keep checking spaghetti squash. Take it out of the oven when a fork easily pokes through the rind.

7. Place sides cut side up. Scrap one halve with a fork from left side to right.

8. Place scraped squash into two bowls, covering one and placing in fridge.

9.Add butter mix and walnuts.

10. Top off with extra parmesan cheese, and enjoy!

Published by Modern Food Explorer

Hi! Welcome to my site. I created this to share my recipes ive come up with. I love being active, and eating as healthy as possible, However I dont like how people say healthy is supposed to taste. So I spend a lot of time putting together recipes that satisfy my sweet tooth as well as my body's needs. In my free time I love to go hiking, draw, listen to music, as well as arts and crafts. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me! Sincerely, The Ginger

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