Roasted Butternut Squash Apple and Sage SoupIt’s official, fall is here and that means cozy soup season is in full swing. Save time by prepping this soup ahead. Before leaving the house in the morning, grab your butternut squash and peel, seed and cube. Then wash and dice the apples. I always leave the skin on because that’s where most of the nutrients are found. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, each apple with its skin contains about 5 grams of fiber, 13 mg calcium, 239 mg potassium and 10mg vitamin C? Store in a Ziploc bag in fridge until you are ready to cook dinner.Noodle-Free Butternut Squash LasagnaSquash is one of the best parts of fall. Butternut squash, which comes into season in the fall, can wait patiently on your kitchen counter until you have a few minutes to toss this amazing healthy lasagna together. Using the butternut squash in place of noodles gives you all the delicious texture and feel of noodles without all of the extra calories and carbohydrates. I do recommend using a spiralizer or mandolin to get your slices of butternut squash nice and thin so they cook to the proper tenderness. I only have a family of 4, so I love to make this lasagna, and divvy up the left overs into sealed containers so I have lunches prepped for the week.Butternut Squash and Apple SoupThe moment I smell Fall in the air - yes that's possible, I head to the grocery store and go straight to the butternut squash and grab a few to make my favorite Fall soup. This recipe goes great with a side salad topped with grilled chicken breast or by itself with a piece of crusty bread. Either way, it'll warm you right up and get you in the Fall spirit.
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