Combat the fall chill with this warm, cozy orzo bowl. Cooking the butternut squash in a Dutch oven makes this recipe much faster than roasting.
Whether it's a weeknight dinner or you're prepping for the holidays, you can't go wrong with this simple side dish at the table. Just add a sprinkle of salt and thyme, and let the butternut squash shine.
Heat up your butternut squash by cooking it in a spicy coconut milk and green curry sauce. Chickpeas add enough protein for dinner, and serving over jasmine rice completes this fiery fall meal.
Sweet, spicy, and full of fall flavor, this recipe adds Asian flair to your usual bowl of pasta and butternut squash. Besides a few servings of veggies, we used soy sauce, fresh ginger, and sriracha to create this 40-minute craveable dish.
Preheat your oven and grab the closest sheet pan—it's the only dish you'll need to make a flavorful fall dinner. Roasting butternut squash, sausage, and rosemary all together creates rich, caramelized flavors ideal for an autumn night.
No canned spaghetti sauce here! Instead, serve your noodles with roasted butternut squash, crispy bacon, and pecorino cheese. Trust us: You won't miss your store-bought tomato sauce.
We'll never say to no to creamy, luscious mac and cheese—especially when butternut squash is mixed in! Rather than roasted cubes, we sauteed and pureed the squash, so this mac is extra gooey.
Two pounds of butternut squash might sound like a lot, but it's worth the chopping and peeling for this silky-smooth soup. To make dinner a little more elegant, top with cheese ravioli and swirls of molasses to turn your bowl of soup into art.
Thick pappardelle noodles are just right for partnering with tender butternut squash. Of course, plenty of fresh sage and crunchy pine nuts doesn't hurt this pairing, either.
If you cook the noodles for this casserole while the butternut squash roasts, the dish can be done in less than 45 minutes. That's a short amount of time to wait before sinking your fork into this cheesy, creamy fall casserole.
This soup hits almost every food group—it's loaded with chicken, quinoa, and butternut squash. The fruitiness comes from apricot nectar, and fresh zucchini adds an extra dose of veggies. If you want to hit all five, add a sprinkle of cheese on top!