This easy Paleo Buffalo Chicken Casserole with Spaghetti Squash is only 7 ingredients, 320 calories and packed with protein! It’s a family friendly, whole30, low carb weeknight dinner!
PIN Paleo Buffalo Chicken Casserole with Spaghetti Squash
IT’s ALMOST GAME DAY.
Do you see the trend?
And now we are going to add a slice of this spicy, protein-packed baked spaghetti squash casserole to the list of “buffalo chicken things that it is mandatory to eat on Game Day.”
Which is also the list that I call “the only way to get Taylor to watch tiny men run around in WAY TOO TIGHT outfits, throwing a ball at each other’s heads.”
It’s funny how GOOD FOOD will just change your perspective, and make things that used to seem pointless (liiike, watching football) just make SO MUCH SENSE.
This here casserole dish full of GOODNESS could come at yo’ mouth in MANY ways:
- As mentioned before, you could serve this paleo buffalo chicken casserole up in small pieces as one of your game day eats. Douse it in a homemade buffalo sauce recipe for EXTRA points!
- You could get in “football food mood” EARLY and serve this baked spaghetti squash yumminess to your family FOR DINNER one evening BEFORE the big day.
Or after. You’re the boss of your life. YOU MAKE THE RULES.
- Your super-prepared-plan-ahead kinda self could make it up on meal prep Sunday, and then package it up to send with all the people that you are required to feed (IE: your family) FOR LUNCH.
Seriously. I think we can agree that casseroles make a MEAN lunch. There’s something so magical about being in the middle of a hard day at the office and/or school, and then finding a cozy casserole hanging out in your lunch box, waiting for you to lend a listening ear as you release all your angry/frustration/sadness and HUNGER ON IT.
I know you understand me. I can tell you this paleo casserole recipe fits those EXACT SHOES.
We may be giving those paleo buffalo chicken casserole way too many human qualities at this point though. I don’t want you to start feeling cozy-fuzzy-friend feelings towards dinner and then NOT EAT IT.
DO NOT DO.
Speaking of eating, can we talk about the fact that this casserole-made-of-vegetables was actually HAPPILY munched by a MAN (Mr.FFF, to make sure you know what’s up) who GROANS every time I tell him that I am making vegetable casserole (remember the paleo Cajun cauliflower casserole incident) and asks if I will ever make “normal food” again?
Hey. Starting this blog was HIS idea. Therefore, he signed up for this.
Anyway. He ate it. He ate seconds AND he even took it to school for lunch the next day. <– He also has “issues” with eating the same thing over and over (again, why did he suggest I start a blog?) so this is BIG NEWS
It might have had something to with the fact that you can basically buffalo-chicken-anything and it IMMEDIATELY turns into man food. But, I am sure it was ALSO because this paleo buffalo chicken casserole with spaghetti squash recipe is just SO GOOD.
At least, that is what I am gonna tell myself.
Oh, and tell you too ‘cause you gotta EAT DIS.
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WEIGHT WATCHERS POINTS PER SERVING: SMART POINTS: 6 POINTS+: 9. OLD POINTS: 8
(per 1/4 of the casserole)
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