just got heaven in a spoon…

I don’t know how you take a picture of orange butternut squash soup and make it look good…this looks a little bit like jelly..

But this. WAS. Heaven. In. A. Spoon. I could see this being something anyone could eat as long as you aren’t allergic…or if you hated squash…

I’ve been sick and an angel dressed up as my mom brought me this delicious butternut squash soup. So pureed that it was seriously like eating smooth silk…I added a generous spoon or two of brown sugar and a bit of salt to it and it was really great. Here is the recipe in her words:

“I split the squash and take out the seeds….cut up the Banana Squash or Butternut Squash – both work the same way… into about 3″ square pieces and put them in a big pot. Add about 3″ of water cook to a boil and then simmer til the squash is soft (test it with a fork). Drain the water and then refrigerate until you can handle to pieces. Scoop the squash from the rind and blend using only as much water as you need so it will blend. Bag into desired serving sizes. 🤙”
Hopefully you can make your spoon of heaven too. Love you angel Mom.


4 Comments Add yours

  1. I bet if you took the picture from a bit farther away from the spoon, it would look more like soup. I also think this would be really good with a some coconut milk and nutmeg (if those aren’t trigger foods, of course!)

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    1. I bet you’re right thanks for the tip:) and good ideas for it also!


  2. Jen says:

    Hope you feel better soon. I also enjoy the frozen blocks of acorn squash. It’s with the frozen veg. You could thin it for soup or sweeten it as a side. So easy and it’s just squash nothing added.


    1. Thanks me too:) thanks that’s a great idea!! Then I dont have to cook it and do all that:)


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