I have searched all over the internet to find you the very best butternut squash recipes! I have no doubt you will be drooling by the end of this and will be ready to make some butternut squash dishes. The thing I think is wonderful about butternut squash it tastes great and is easy to work with. Not to mention the fact that it’s super healthy for you! More on that later though.
What Makes These The Best Butternut Squash Recipes?
You may be wondering what makes these the best butternut squash recipes and I want to let you know. Each dish is packed full of flavor, crowd-pleasing, easy to make, and is perfect for fall. Honestly, it doesn’t get any better than that! I don’t want you to take my word for it though. Try them all and see which ones you like best and let us know.
How To Peel Butternut Squash
Unfortunately, butternut squash doesn’t really have skin that tastes great. So, unless you are making butternut squash boats you should probably remove the skin. Keep in mind you should always follow the recipes in general, but I wanted to give you these tips.
I prefer to use a potato peeler to remove the skin on butternut squash. To do this, I recommend cutting the stem and the bottom of the squash off. Then peel it just like you would a really large potato. Always go in a downward motion so you don’t accidentally cut yourself.
Another option is to slit the peel and toss the butternut squash into the microwave. Heat it up for 3-4 minutes and check it. If the skin is easy to peel off, you can remove it that way. Otherwise, warm it up another minute or so. Just make sure to cut the ends off before you heat it up and poke a couple of holes so it doesn’t explode.
Butternut Squash Nutrition
Oh, how healthy butternut squash is! You don’t want to miss out on all the nutrients you get from this amazing vegetable. Take a look at what butternut squash have to offer:
- Fiber – Packed full of nutrient-rich fiber that your body needs.
- Potassium – Your body needs and craves potassium and this is a great way to obtain it.
- Vitamin C – Boost your immunity with a little bit of vitamin C!
- 82 Calories – or every 205 grams of butternut squash you only get 82 calories. So they are ideal for a low-calorie lifestyle.
Eat butternut squash recipes as part of a healthy diet and add in some exercise. You will be feeling great in no time!
More Dinner Ideas
Now that you have fallen in love with the best butternut squash recipes, I want to share some of my other creations! Try any of these and you’ll be hooked!
- Easy Pancetta Pasta With Peas
- Easy Chuck Steaks With Roasted Veggies
- 10 Minute Spanish Shrimp Recipe
- Pork Loin With Apples