Butternut Squash Quinoa Casserole
You don't want to miss this Butternut Squash Quinoa Casserole! This easy dish takes just 20 minutes of hands on time, and is perfect for weeknight meals.
Butternut Squash Spinach Skillet
Butternut Squash Spinach Skillet - tasty, healthy, nutritious, vegan, and ready in just 20 minutes. You'll LOVE the flavors of pan-fried butternut squash.
Baked Butternut Squash - Spend With Pennies
This baked butternut squash is made in the oven with butter, cinnamon, and brown sugar to create an easy fall side dish that takes almost no prep. We love easy butternut squash in the oven with roast dinner! #spendwithpennies #squash #bakedbuternutsquash #roastedsquash #butternutsquash #easybutternutsquash #ovenbakedsquash #bakedsquash
Creamy Butternut Squash Casserole
Substitute Grana Padano cheese for Parmesan if desired. You can cube butternut squash a food processor with the pommes frites (french fry) cutter and then just pulse it one or two times with a regular blade.
Our Best Chickpea Recipes
Don’t get us wrong, we love hummus — but this humble, little legume can do so much more! With these recipes (and a few cans of chickpeas from your pantry) you can make falafel, vegetarian mains, gluten-free pizza, a crispy, salty snack, vegan crab cakes and more!
Butternut Squash-Wild Rice Casserole
Wild rice -- a healthy whole grain -- adds a delightfully toothsome texture to this butternut squash side dish. Before you purchase, peel and chop a whole squash, check your produce department for packaged, ready-to-use cubed squash (it makes this dish a breeze).
Butternut Squash Noodles with Ricotta and Crispy Sage
Zucchini isn't the only squash you can turn into noodles! Use your spiralizer to make butternut squash noodles, then serve with ricotta cheese and fresh sage.
Recipe: Creamy Butternut Squash Orzotto (Barley Risotto) with Toasted Pecans
When I die, I hope they carve these words on my headstone: She always found a way to add more vegetables. (It will be an enormous headstone, naturally.) I’m always looking for a way to add more vegetables to recipes, not only for health reasons, but also because I’m lazy. Why make a grain dish and a vegetable dish for dinner when I can combine them both into one bowl?