This post is sponsored by Montchevre but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Now that school has started, my time is limited with afterschool sports and other craziness. I love making spaghetti squash because it cooks up quickly and it’s easy to prepare. I also love topping it with tasty high-quality goat cheese. I’m picky when buying goat cheese, so I prefer to use Montchevre Goat Cheese is made with fresh, high-quality goat’s milk collected from local, independent family farms.
The Montchevre Goat Cheese logs are easy to use and come in delicious flavors like Original, Honey, Cranberry Cinnamon & Jalapeno. I also like the Montchevre goat cheese crumbles, as my family can then add their own goat cheese to their hot spaghetti squash. Yum!
This quick dinner is gluten-free and Montchevre Goat Cheese is chock full of protein, calcium, and vitamin D. It also contains less lactose than other soft cheeses.
You Will Need:
- 1 Spaghetti Squash
- 1 log of Montchevre goat cheese or Montchevre Goat Cheese Crumbles
- 2 cups of Greens
- 1 cup diced Tomatoes
- salt, pepper
- red pepper flakes
- fresh basil leaves
How to Prepare:
Cut and deseed spaghetti squash and boil until tender in a large stock pot.
Scrape spaghetti squash into a bowl.
Saute tomatoes in olive oil with salt and pepper. Cut off heat and toss in 2 cups of greens to wilt.
Mix greens and tomatoes with cooked spaghetti squash with additional salt and pepper to taste. Add red peppers if you like a bit of a kick!
Plate up the hot spaghetti squash and top with Montchevre Goat Cheese Crumbles & enjoy!
If you’re looking to add cheese to your dinner, but want to pack in the nutrition for your active family, try out Montchevre as it is the perfect nutrient-rich substitution for any recipe incorporating cheese. The flavor is mild, so it’s great for everyone in the family to enjoy!