The Best Squash Dishes for Fall
Nothing says fall quite like a taste of pumpkin spice. With America now heading into the season of squash, there’s no better time to say hello to this simple (and nutritious staple). Here are the best squash dishes for fall.
Roasted butternut squash is still one of our most favorite vegetables. The combination of the maple, dijon, walnuts, sage, and thyme, baked Hasselback style, will be the show stopper in your holiday spread this year!
What is almond parmesan, you ask? This is a game-changer! A little bowl of goodness made with just ingredients, free from dairy and very delicious! The perfect salad topper for your seasonal squash salad.
Ever seen an acorn squash in the grocery store and wondered how you should cook it? Laura knows! This is one fantastic recipe with plenty more tips and tricks for what to do with your acorn squash.
Roasted spaghetti squash makes the best pasta alternative. Try it with our super green kale and broccoli pesto - packed with extra greens to give your body a nice big boost of nutrients!
This is a classic, cozy, plant-based soup made with warm, grounding ingredients. Soup is a food that is meant to be eaten slowly and savored. The white vegetables and spices contain cleansing antioxidants, and the butternut squash in this soup contains an abundance of vitamins A and C - amazing antioxidants for your skin and immune system. Enjoy!
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