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Thanksgiving is a great time to make big dishes you might not otherwise undertake. There are several different kinds of beautiful squash available at this time of year so don’t be shy!
I love little appetizers on toast. Try this fall treat of Squash, Ricotta & Sage Crostini to start off the festivities at your harvest feast.
If you’re serving any dips or spreads, try Baked Squash Chips alongside the usual chips and crackers. They won’t disappoint and you will seem all the more ambitious even though they are quite simple to make.
Try this Squash Slaw in place of a traditional salad before the main course. It’s a lot of fun and the color is gorgeous.
This salad has a really interesting texture that I love. Serve Marinated Squash & Zucchini Salad for a new twist on salad.
If you like creamy soup then you’ll love Roasted Squash Soup with Bacon. Because bacon. Obviously.
Serve a hearty stew before the main course. A Squash & Beef Stew has the perfect blend of flavors and textures to satisfy your taste and hunger.
Forget the traditional sweet baked squash and make a Squash Casserole. You won’t be disappointed and you can save the traditional mashed potatoes for Christmas.
This delicious side dish is filling and a nice change for the usual peas and carrots. Serve Squash, Brussel Sprouts & Chickpeas for a nice change.
Naturally, I have saved the best for last, dessert! Roasted Squash Cake is like carrot cake, but better! Don’t get me wrong, I love carrot cake but been there, done that!
I don’t know who invented blondies but they are a saint! These Squash Blondies are incredibly delicious. If you have some skeptics in your family, change them up to be reminiscent of pumpkin spice and nobody will say a peep!
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