How to cook seasonal winter vegetables (INFOGRAPHIC)

Nov 25, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. ET

Just because summer is over doesn’t mean that eating fresh garden vegetables has to come to an end. From artichokes to squash, winter vegetables are not only healthy, but they are delicious as well.

We're here to show you exactly what to do with some of winter’s best vegetables, so grab your apron and get ready to hit the kitchen.

How to cook winter vegetables

Acorn squash is one of those vegetables that's delicious baked with a pat of butter — or stuffed full of sausage and cornbread. Let's not forget about the sneaky spaghetti squash, which is the waistline-friendly vegetable that's low carb, but tastes and looks like pasta. Don’t believe us? Try out this recipe for spaghetti squash and meatball boats.

Get creative and put these winter vegetable recipes on your bucket list, such as Brussels sprouts (this baked Brussels sprouts gratin recipe is amazing) or slow cooker pumpkin pie.

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