There is something magical about soup in the Fall. It’s finally sweater weather and we are feeling what all Autumn has to offer. This season has the best produce for making a good soup. Butternut squash is sweet, nutty and has a similar taste to that of a pumpkin. It makes for a great soup.
Butternut Squash Soup is so festive this time of year. It’s kind of like a big ole bowl of pumpkin pie, warming me up and getting me in the Fall mood. Think about going out to your local pumpkin patch and then coming home to a nice bowl of Fall goodness. It just rounds out a perfect day.
Here is my Recipe:
How To Tell if You Have a Ripe Butternut Squash? — The stem will turn brown when it is ready for harvest. Also, the skin should be hard enough where you will not be able to puncture it with your thumbnail.
Did you know — one cup of butternut squash only has 83 calories and 7 grams of filling fiber? You can pick some up from the Market Wagon. Market Wagon Feed | Market Wagon
Thank you so much for visiting my Blog. Please let me know if you try this recipe. It’s so creamy and delicious. Have a lovely day! 💜🍓