some ways with squash

some ways with squash //

For the past month or so the food blog-o-sphere has been a winter squash extravaganza. And with good reason! Winter squash is in season, super nutritious, totally delicious, and is such a versatile ingredient. You can have it sweet or savory, warm or cold, straight up or blended into soups, to name just a few. Today I’m rounding up some of my favourite winter squash recipes from The Muffin Myth and from around the web.


The velvety texture of winter squash lends its self perfectly to soups, but it does equally well in chunky winter stews. This Curried Red Lentil and Butternut Squash Soup with Kale and Toasted Chickpeas from Choosing Raw looks hearty and delicious!

This Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Coconut, Miso, and Lime is one of the most popular recipes I’ve ever posted!

But how about this Thai Spiced Pumpkin Soup from The Roasted Root?


This Pumpkin and Kale Pasta Bake from MJ and Hungry Man looks like the perfect thing for a chilly autumn meal.

What’s better than mac ‘n’ cheese? Pumpkin Mac ‘n’ Cheese! This recipe is an oldie but a goodie.

For a satisying pasta dish without pasta, try this Chili Cheese Stuffed Spaghetti Squash from Kitchen Treaty.

Or, for something different try this warm Farro with Butternut Squash and Rainbow Chard from Veganosity.

But if you’re looking for something more indulgent, try Rigatoni with Spicy Pumpkin Cream Sauce from Eats Well With Others

And for a vegan, gluten-free, paleo friendly dish (and wise words on how we define how we eat) check out this Courgetti with Butternut Squash Porcini Mushroom Sauce from Natural Kitchen Adventures.


One of my favourites for a nutrition reset is this Kale and Butternut Squash Salad with Chickpeas and Wheatberries.

But I can’t stop thinking about these Spaghetti Squash Sandwiches from Connoisseurus Veg!

Don’t forget about my easy peasy baked Pumpkin and Black Bean Quesadillas. They’re so good!

How about this Roasted Fall Salad from Beard and Bonnet?

And this Roasted Carnival Squash Salad is as delicious as it is beautiful.

Want to stuff your squash? Try this Roasted Acorn Squash with Kale, Mushrooms, and Wheat Berries from No Gojis No Glory.

Or if it’s spice you’re after, check out this Spicy Squash and Lentil Salad from the archives. Such a good one!


Egg in a (Squash) Hole is a great way to use up leftover squash!

This Roasted Pumpkin and Kale Fritatta is an oldie but a goodie from The Muffin Myth archives…

But I can’t wait to try Kylie’s Maple Roasted Butternut Squash Omelet (from immaeatthat) too!


Pumpkin Hummus! Yessss! It’s delicious, get into it!

And don’t forget Pumpkin and Black Bean Taquitos. They make such great party food, and you can make a big batch and freeze them for later.

Or if you’re feeling fancy, make these Pumpkin Sage Empanadas from Get In My Mouf for your next party and impress the heck out of your friends.


Try this Pumpkin Smoothie from Rants, Rules, and Recipes…

Then try my version (Pumpkin Smoothie) and compare them side to side. You love them both, right?

This Whole Wheat Pumpkin Coffee Bread from Emma’s Little Kitchen looks like exactly what I’d like to be eating right now.

These Pumpkin Oat-bran Muffins are oldies but goodies. So much good nutrition in oat bran!

Chai and pumpkin are such a great combo, and they’re brought together in this lovely Chai Spiced Butternut Squash Bread from The Wandering Fig.

If it’s crunch yer after, try my Pumpkin Millet Muffins. They’re delicious, and they’re naturally sweetened.

Everything is better with pumpkin butter! Try this Chai Tea Spiced Pumpkin Butter from Pancake Warriors.

Pumpkin Bread Truffles from Inquiring Chef. Get these in your mouth!

Or, try my Naturally Sweetened Pumpkin Pie. It’s my favourite pumpkin pie recipe!


And don’t forget you can process your own pumpkin!!!


  1. Christine | No Gojis No Glory says

    Unfortunately I haven’t had nearly enough time to explore many of those wonderful squash recipes floating around the blog-o-sphere, but I can’t wait to check out some from your impressive round-up. Thanks so much for including my Roasted Acorn Squash 🙂

  2. Sam @ PancakeWarriors says

    I can’t seem to get enough squash. I’m so glad it’s got so many great antioxidants and is relatively low in calories because I consume copious amounts of it daily!! Thanks for the squash love… must make some of these soon!! And the pumpkin hummus sounds interesting – definitely going to have to try that one out.

  3. Alissa says

    I think this might be my favorite roundup ever! I’m a bit obsessed with squash lately and will definitely be trying out a bunch of these recipes…thanks for all the inspiration, and thank you so much for including my spaghetti squash sandwich :).

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