With temperatures dropping quickly in New England, a warm soup is in order. I have been making this butternut squash soup for a few years now and it’s always a welcome additional to our family dinners in the fall and winter. Our local farmers market had some butternut squash available and I knew it was another great opportunity to show my toddler another vegetable (even though it’s technically a fruit). Butternut Squash is a great source of fiber, potassium vitamins A and E. This soup also pairs well with chopped grilled chicken or sausage, which we often combine.
- If your local grocery store or market has the butternut squash pre-cut, it’s a huge time saver.
- I typically choose a thinner cut bacon since the chopped pieces will cook faster than a thick cut bacon.
What is your favorite way to cook with Butternut Squash? I would love to hear about it, leave a comment below?