Freezing Spaghetti Squash?

Can you freeze spaghetti squash?

By tpp from Akron, OH


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September 9, 20100 found this helpful

Wash and remove seeds. Bake whole or cut in half. Place cut side down on baking sheet. Cook until tender. Scrape pulp from rind or remove rind and cube. Cool and freeze cubes. Or mash pulp, cool and pack.

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October 19, 2012

Can spaghetti squash be frozen?

By Brenda from Tyler, TX


October 20, 20121 found this helpful

Spaghetti squash can be frozen. Cut squash in half and remove seeds. Bake cut side up at 375 degrees F for 30-40 minutes until tender.


Cool, and use a fork to remove the strands to a freezer container or bag. Freeze. Hope this helps.

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October 21, 20120 found this helpful

My mom would cook the squash in the microwave & when cool she would scrape the softened insides & then dust it with cornstarch before placing in plastic zip lock bags. I think the cornstarch kept it from sticking (?)

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September 2, 2011

How do I freeze spaghetti squash?

By Toola


September 6, 20110 found this helpful

Cook until tender, allow to cool and freeze with as much air removed from the freezing container as possible.

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September 5, 2010

I would like to know if spaghetti squash can be frozen once it's been cook. Can it be frozen at all?

Jane from Schenevus, NY



Freezing Spaghetti Squash

Yes, I freeze it all the time. I buy several when I find them on sale. I cook them in the microwave. Cut them in half and scoop out the seeds. Turn the halves upside down on a plate (one half at a time) and cook in the microwave just until you can pull the strands out with a fork. Do not overcook or it will just be mush. Let it cool and place enough for a meal in a Ziploc bag, press out as much air as possible and seal. (09/08/2006)

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