A creamy 3-cheese mac with a butternut squash sauce tossed with noodles and baked.
This favorite dish is flavored with a careful balance of sweetness and spice. A mix of winter vegetables and farro joins with sweet maple syrup and spice supplied by Maille Dijon Originale Mustard, to make a really delicious and easy vegetarian dinner for a cold evening.
Dig into this stunning side dish of stuffed butternut squash paired with a Vouvray wine from the Loire Valley.
Mushroom and Butternut Lasagna with Sage- a delicious vegetarian or vegan main dish, perfect for the Thanksgiving! Bring it to all your coming gatherings and potlucks. It can be made ahead and served with Beaujolais wine for a seriously beautiful pairing.
Give your usual butternut squash soup recipe a twist by adding roasted artichokes for amazingly cozy flavor.
Togetherness is one of the best things about this time of the year. Enjoy time with family and friends (instead of spending too much time in the kitchen) with this easy butternut bruschetta appetizer and wine pairing.
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.
A creamy, sweet and savory, totally vegan apple and butternut squash soup.
Take your butternut squash soup to a whole new flavor and healing level with the addition of sweet pears and spicy ginger.
Both different but delicious: One crostini boasts sweet squash with savory fontina and fried sage. The other, mortadella with pumpkin seed pesto and ricotta.
A little sweet and a little savory, these festive crostini are topped with creamy ricotta, red wine caramelized onions and roasted squash before being finished off with a drizzle of honey. Serve this warm bite with a red wine for holiday hosting success.
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.
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.
Beautiful butternut squash is cooked like risotto with barley for a festive fall dish topped with crunchy almonds.
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.
A decadent holiday salad of raw brussels sprouts gets a special touch of warm, crispy baked goat cheese with bright squash and pomegranate.
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.
With sweet potatoes and butternut squash, this curried soups is a beautiful balance of creamy coconut milk, apples and pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top.
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.
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.
Curry and coconut warm you in a whole new way with this simple butternut squash soup.
Roasting vegetables takes time, but creates amazing flavor that cannot be otherwise obtained. Create this warm and zesty soup, it is worth the wait.
Savory, flaky strudel packed with butternut squash and cheese go hand in hand to create a classic combo spiced up with garam masala.
Roasted with onion and garlic, and whirred into velvet with Greek yogurt and tahini. Salty, sweet, luscious – perfect for pita chips or as a puree with meat
Butternut squash will satisfy your cravings for rich, hearty food to balance the crisp fall air.
Roasted butternut and sage-infused maple syrup coat a dish before being tucked in by a butter blanket of dough. Once baked, flip over and serve.
Earthy butternut squash soup with ginger and roasted fennel seeds.
A lovely creamy autumn soup with the ingredient we all love right now.
Try this out for dinner. Or lunch. Or heck, instead of your bacon and eggs in the morning. You won’t regret it.