White Squash Mash Potatoes Recipe

In this post, I share my white squash mash potato recipe.  This is a fun and beautiful dish to create with a white squash you can grow in your home garden.

White Squash Mash Potatoes

acorn squash at market

The other day I was on the phone with my sister in law.  YES … I said on the phone meaning we were actually talking.  She told me about this new white squash she spotted locally at a farmers market.   You know me, I immediately had to find myself a few of these white Squash vegetables so I could make up my own mash ‘potatoes’.  I LOVE potatoes but I don’t always like the carbs they come with.

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About the White Squash

The flesh when baked and fluffed has the consistency of mashed potatoes and is low in sugars. The fruit set close to the crown of the plant and hold their color late into fall.  This is a hybrid so I will have to find the seeds from one of my favorite growers in order to add it to my home garden.  After trying this dish I may just grow my own in the year to come – it was super tasty with just a dab of butter.

Cooking Information

To cook the acorn squash basically pierce the washed whole squash several times.  You can microwave the white squash for about 15 minutes on about 7-8 power. Be sure to flip the squash halfway through cooking time.  If using the oven to bake it will take about 45 minutes at 350*F.  Once the white squash has cooled cut in half and remove the seeds.  Season with garlic, butter or whatever you like on your potatoes.

Ingredients

  • 1-2 white squash
  • butter
  • garlic salt ( I like garlic salt with parsley got from Aldi)

How to Make

  • Follow the baking directions at the top of this post.
  • Carefully remove the seeds and scoop the flesh to a mixing bowl
  • Fluff the cooked insides of the white squash for about 1-2 minutes with a hand mixer
  • Stir in butter and garlic salt.
  • Serve nice on hot!

White Squash Mash Potato Recipe

The squash will look kind of moist and steamy when done in microwave.

Doesn’t the grilled steak and squash mash potatoes look amazing below! 

dinner plate with steak and squash mash potatoes

Below is the printable recipe card featuring the white squash ingredients.  I hope you will take the time to print this so you can add it to your recipe index book.
Printable Recipe Card Here

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White Squash Mash Potatoes Recipe

White Squash Mash Potatoes Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 white squash mash potato F1
  • Butter (optional)
  • Salt and Pepper (optional)

Instructions

  1. Wash the white squash mash potato
  2. Make piercings all over the outside of the squash with a pairing knife (carefully)
  3. If using microwave cook at 7 minutes on one side in steamtable dish before turning for additional 7 minutes or until the outside flesh is soft
  4. If you are baking this squash lay it on a cookie sheet with olive oil all over the outside skin before baking at 350*F for about 20 minutes or until outside is soft
  5. Cut the squash in half length wise and scoop out the seeds
  6. Gentle remove the inside flesh from the skin
  7. Add your favorite butter and seasoning before serving just like mash potatoes

I can’t wait to hear what you think about this recipe! 

Let’s Connect

In concluding to checking out this recipe would you try it?  I would love to hear your opinion about the white squash potato mash so comment below on this post or on my website.  Tag me on social media @brenhaas if you want to connect over on your favorite platform – I am there! 

Happy Baking,

Bren Haas

Bren Haas

Bren Haas

Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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