So bummed. My hubby used some of his overtime money to buy me a new camera. We have tried all day, but can't seem to get this thing to take a decent picture. It won't focus properly. We had trouble with the lighting option. (too many choices if you ask me) Now the batteries are run down and I cannot get a photo of tonight's dinner. We even had to reformat the memory card, so I can't use it with the old camera either. So instead of giving a glimpse of the Tac-ole cups Multiply Meal from tonight, I will post one of the casseroles I made last week for you to see.
This is a completely delicious casserole. Because I am feeding only three right now, I made a small version with only half a spaghetti squash. It will easily double to use a whole squash, and this would be an excellent addition to holiday meals.
Twice Baked Squash Casserole
This is one of the recipes included in my new cookbook project, Low Carbing Among Friends.
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This dish is a bit like the hashbrown casseroles we have at family gatherings. I have to force myself to keep from eating the entire dish. I have made it with sour cream as well. To make it even prettier for holidays, you can add some diced green onion. The original dish was a Baked potato casserole I ate at a church potluck. The bacon bits and green onion were arranged in stripes on top of the dish. Very pretty, but the onions have to be added just a few minutes before the dish is completed, or the color is not so nice.
I am eating some delicious Tac-ole Cups as I type. I have one more batch to go into the oven, then I will be stocked up on these delicious treats. So handy to have in the freezer for busy days. Hopefully, my camera will work tomorrow. I think John plans to head back to the store to exchange it. I thought new technology was supposed to make things easier.