This soft banana bread is made extra special and sweet with a festive color thanks to pureed squash.
With bold Thai curry, these yellow squash fritters are perfectly crispy and are ready to mingle at your next party.
These Crispy Prosciutto, Goat Cheese and squash crostini are a delicious appetizer with caramelized, roasted squash, creamy cheese and salty prosciutto. Top things off with crunchy walnuts for great texture.
This hearty, smooth hubbard squash soup is made extra delightful swirled with an herb-loaded pistachio gremolata.
A perfect fall side, this cider and maple roast squash is soft and sweet on the inside, and crisp and caramelized on the outside.
Caramelized, roasted squash is flavored with curry and tossed with slightly crispy chickpeas, and apple cider vinaigrette and mustard greens to be a stunning fall salad.
This beautiful salad is the perfect side dish for your next dinner party. It’s loaded with lentils, delicata squash, kale, apple and more. Plus, the leftovers make for a perfect lunch.
Give your next pizza an autumnal spin this easy Prosciutto and Butternut Squash Pizza made on flatbread and topped with roasted butternut squash puree, goat cheese, red onions, salty prosciutto, crunchy pumpkin seeds and fresh thyme.
Sweet butternut squash combines with cumin and smoky chipotle pepper and chickpeas to make for a deliciously balanced and filling watercress salad.
An easy weeknight meal to pop in the oven!
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
Take your butternut squash soup to a whole new flavor and healing level with the addition of sweet pears and spicy ginger.
Resolve to cook more and better this year, starting with this easy chicken and squash recipe.
Both different but delicious: One crostini boasts sweet squash with savory fontina and fried sage. The other, mortadella with pumpkin seed pesto and ricotta.
Fall is in full effect—and with it, we welcome the arrival of sweet signature pastries, the (in)famous pumpkin spice latte, and more. In homage, we’ve gathered 10 convincing copycats, so you can learn to make all of your restaurant favorites for the season right in your very own kitchen!
Dive into a bowl of this Indian Squash Curry, a delicious vegetarian dinner simmered with fragrant spices and rich coconut milk.
Easily try this delicious spin on the Chinese-American takeout dish, orange chicken served with honeynut squash and rice, with Blue Apron.
Thin slices of potatoes replace pasta sheets in this hearty lasagna that is full of new flavors and nutrients.
Celebrate autumn with a hearty pasta dish complete with Italian sausage.
Add a seasonal spread of roasted butternut squash and cranberries with herbs to your holiday cheese board. Enjoy it on a cracker and paired with a bold, creamy blue cheese.
Knowing your farmer isn’t about distance, it’s about relationships. Talk to them at the local farmers market, ask them about the vegetables and fruits – where they are from and how they are grown/produced.
Every region in Italy that produces squash – which includes most of Italy – has a special variation of this bread.
Seasoned and grilled shrimp is the perfect summer meal that can be done in minutes and served over spaghetti squash for a nutritious meal. Plus, it pairs perfectly with Santa Rita’s Sauvignon Blanc.
Without potatoes, make these paleo kabocha squash gnocchi in a delightful saffron sauce.
Not just a gluten free pasta substitute, spaghetti squash deserved to be in the spotlight and these delicious recipes make sure it is.
Take a nutty, roasted squash and make it into the best pasta sauce you’ve every had complete with blue cheese and spinach.
Tangy and sweet vinegar cocktails are perfect party pleasers. Step up your cocktail game with this butternut squash and sage shrub drink.
Simply roasted with olive oil, this butternut squash makes a beautiful holiday side with toasted nuts, dried cranberries, and creamy gorgonzola.
Enjoy a creamy protein smoothie filled with chocolatey flavor, pumpkin spice, and the secret ingredient–butternut squash.
Without standing over the stove, make creamy risotto that will melt in your mouth with sweet and salty butternut squash and pancetta flavors.
Beautiful butternut squash is cooked like risotto with barley for a festive fall dish topped with crunchy almonds.
Move over side dishes, acorn squash is in the building with brown sugar and nutmeg. When their forces combine, they’re going to steal the side-dish show.
Make this flavorful potato frittata ahead of time and reheat for a quick breakfast or a packed lunch on the go.
A fun appetizer or side, these butternut squash fritters are topped with a lemony goat cheese for bright flavor.
Packed with protein, this green acorn squash smoothie has great flavor and will keep you full and energized until lunch or dinner.
A decadent holiday salad of raw brussels sprouts gets a special touch of warm, crispy baked goat cheese with bright squash and pomegranate.
Make a perfect holiday pie with warm spices and roasted kombocha squash. Unlike the occasional pumpkin pie, there are no soggy fillings here.
Make your hummus nutty, a touch sweet, and beautifully earthy with bright butternut squash.
Recharge for the week while banishing Monday blues with a stellar meatless menu at NYC’s Dos Caminos. Plus, learn to make butternut enchiladas at home.
Filled with mushroom, kale, herbs, and topped with cheese, these baked spaghetti squash bowls are the perfect excuse to switch up your weeknight routine.
Pan-seared lamb chops with roasted acorn squash and artichoke puree is a fall-inspired dish that really packs the flavor.
With sweet potatoes and butternut squash, this curried soups is a beautiful balance of creamy coconut milk, apples and pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top.
Delicata squash, tahini, sorghum, and chard make this a bold tofu bowl packed with fun flavors. A perfect autumn dish with plenty of nutrients.
Low and slow—all season long. From soups and sips to hearty, slow-roasted meats, these recipes harness all of your favorite fall flavors in your slow cooker.
If you are over the pumpkin craze that without fail comes with the fall season or you are looking to branch out, here are some of our favorite autumn ingredients and the best ways to feature the seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Zucchini, summer squash, and eggplant with feta are beautiful end of summer additions to a warm pot pie perfect for the start of fall.
Soft cornbread is made tender with corn kernels and shredded zucchini for a flavorful skillet perfect with honey or dunked into a bowl of chili.
A classic rueben with wild garlic Havarti has peppery greens added to the mix and sweet butternut squash for a great combination of flavors.
A tender loaf with sweet squash flavor. The warm spices are perfect with earthy roasted butternut and orange zest adds a touch of brightness in the glaze.
A feast for the senses, this dish has crispy leeks, vibrant orange and red hues, and rich-flavored scallops that are foiled by the tangy pomegranate sauce.
A hearty winter salad complete with bread soaked in a maple balsamic dressing, apples, and butternut squash.
Squash pancakes are infused with a touch of Indian flair. Fluffy from buttermilk, but with a caramelized crust so they don’t become soggy with the yogurt.
A wild rice medley with sautéed cranberries, roasted squash and rosemary tossed with maple vinaigrette. Prepare ahead for less stress during the holidays.
Madeira Short Ribs with Kabocha Squash are tender, falling off the bone, braised to perfection with creamy, garlicky mashed potatoes with a fall twist.
A pannekoeken is a perfect segue way into pie season; it is nutty, buttery, savory, and just a tad sweet. Serve with ice cream or at breakfast with coffee.
Curry and coconut warm you in a whole new way with this simple butternut squash soup.
While they are in season, try roasting other squash seeds along with your typical pumpkin variety. Follow these steps for a crispy and flavorful snack.
Slow and steady wins the race. It tastes great with goat cheese and results in a reflection of patience and quality ingredients with herb and citrus notes.
Roasting vegetables takes time, but creates amazing flavor that cannot be otherwise obtained. Create this warm and zesty soup, it is worth the wait.
Sweeter, heartier squash is one of the perks of cooler weather. Learn about a few of the delicious varieties and how best to prepare them.