Sweet dumpling squash cooks up lighter and dryer than most winter squash, and has a sweet and mild flavour that pairs well with cheeses and nuts. You can also stuff it with your favourite filling (meat or grains) and bake until the filling is cooked and the squash is tender.
Sweet dumpling squash can be tricky to peel due to it's odd shape, but luckily, just like the delicata, this squash has a thin and edible skin! It can be roasted or baked with the skin on, either whole or cut in half. If you're roasting it whole, be sure to pierce the rind with a fork in a few places to release the steam as it cooks.