I loved to bake squash for my baby but he has reached the stage were he wants finger foods (i.e. cubes) rather than mash or puree. I got some acorn squash and was wondering if I could halve them and bake them til cooked but still firm and then slice the baked insides into cubes just like one would cube an avocado? Or do I have to dice them before cooking? I hope not - that is way to much work!
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