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5 Vegan Butternut Squash Recipes - Healthy, Wholesome, Delicious


Butternut Squash is a creamy, orange-fleshed, neutral-tasting squash that is very dynamic for cooking and baking.  When you look at the recipes in this collection, you can see that butternut squash can stand in for both desserts and main courses in a meal, even as a main ingredient in a yummy cheese sauce to be poured over macaroni.  Enjoy trying out these delicious vegan recipes!

1. GARLICKY BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP
 
Garlicky Butternut Squash Soup via Whirled Soup
It's hard to be a 'regular' vegan without having the odd craving for the days of garlic sausage or whatever was your fave garlic-infused meat.  This butternut soup that is warming and filling has everything you missed about garlic. You don't have to miss it anymore--go HERE via Whirled Soup


2. LENTIL AND BUTTERNUT SQUASH POT PIE
Individual Pot Pies  images via Jennifer Wong on Pinterest

These little individual potpies above contain a combination of delectable butternut squash cubes and brown lentils.  Satisfying to those with rosy cheeks who have just come in from outside, or anyone really!  Find the easy recipe HERE via Veggie Cooking School Recipes.

3. STEAMED FRUIT AND NUT PUDDING
Steamed Nut and Fruit Pudding with maple syrup and coconut whipped cream
This luscious butternut squash steamed pudding with pecans, dates, raisins, and currents is bound to give pumpkin pie a run for its money at the holiday meal!  via Veggie Cooking School

4. BUTTERNUT SQUASH MAC 'N' CHEESE


Butternut Squash Mac 'n' Cheese via Healthy Liv
Doesn't this look tantalizing?  When you are vegan, dairy cheese is often the biggest last struggle.  This butternut squash cheese has the flavour and a lovely texture, and NO cholesterol or the toxins that reside in dairy these days.  Try it out HERE via Healthy Liv

5. SMOKY BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP
Smoky Butternut Squash-Apple Soup via Whirled Soup
Beginning and ending with a wonderful butternut squash soup recipe-- this one is smoky (for those who sometimes fondly lapse into daydreams about smoked recipes of the past).  The fragrance will have you at the table before the soup is finished cooking.  Yummy and healthy!
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IF you are interested in reading about the ultimate way to cook up a spaghetti squash: Go HERE


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