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Roasted Butternut Squash Soup Recipe
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Butternut Squash Baby Food Recipe

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

EASY to make Butternut Squash Soup that’s only 310 calories a serving! Roasted squash, carrots and onions make this a healthy creamy soup! Best served with crusty bread! Vegan dairy free recipe option included.

Best Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

This soup is the best because it’s easy to make, low in calories and full of flavor.  So many readers have told me they have made this for family dinner, or family holidays and there is never any left in the pot!  That makes it the best to me!

Each serving of this soup is about 310 calories.  If you serve this alongside some crusty bread and a green salad, you have a perfectly balanced dinner meal.    The soup is filled with butternut squash, carrots, onions, making it a healthy meal.

Butternut Squash Soup Recipe
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Butternut Squash Baby Food Recipe

I have a picky toddler and she loves this puree, so trust me – your baby is going to love this Butternut Squash Baby Food Recipe made with fruits and vegetables! And even better, it’s easy to make!  This is a nutritious Stage 2 and Stage 3 puree for baby, or to serve to toddlers in pouches.  

Homemade Baby Food Recipe

I love making homemade baby food for my daughter.   In the beginning our favorite was Apple, Pear and Banana baby food.  Then she loved these Sweet Potato Baby Cookies.   Now it’s her new favorite snack – Butternut Squash puree mixed with lots of fruits and vegetables!

I have a picky toddler and she loves this puree, so trust me - your baby is going to love this Butternut Squash Baby Food Recipe made with fruits and vegetables! And even better, it's easy to make!  This is a nutritious Stage 2 and Stage 3 puree for baby, or to serve to toddlers in pouches.  

Butternut Squash Baby Food

So there I was in the kitchen, eyeing up a beautiful butternut squash that a friend gave me.  Sure, I could make butternut squash casserole, or roasted butternut squash soup, but instead I decided I was going to chop it up and make baby food with it.  How’s that for a Mama loving their baby first?

I have a picky toddler and she loves this puree, so trust me - your baby is going to love this Butternut Squash Baby Food Recipe made with fruits and vegetables! And even better, it's easy to make!  This is a nutritious Stage 2 and Stage 3 puree for baby, or to serve to toddlers in pouches.  

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