My Five Favorite Recipes for Roasted Winter Squash
Here are My Five Favorite Recipes for Roasted Winter Squash, something I have to have occasionally during the colder months even if it’s a bit of a carb splurge! Use Recipe Round-Ups to find more posts like this one.
If you’re a long-time reader of this site you know about my fondness for Butternut Squash and other winter squash, and even now that I’m following more of a carb-conscious eating plan it’s something I have to cook occasionally during the winter! And there are more than a few good winter squash recipes on the blog, but I forced myself to narrow it down to My Five Favorite Recipes for Roasted Winter Squash! It was not easy to choose just five, so you know all these recipes are a wow for me!
And definitely most of my winter squash recipes use Butternut Squash, something I used to grow myself back in the days when I had a big garden. I recommend reading How to Peel and Cut Up a Butternut Squash and making these recipes with freshly-cut squash for best flavor. But if that is just NOT happening at your house, you can still making a tasty dish using those pre-cut squash cubes that show up in the fall. However you make it, if you’re a winter squash fan I hope you’ll try some of my favorites!
How could you go wrong with this amazing Roasted Butternut Squash with Lemon, Thyme, and Parmesan? This would help satisfy my winter squash cravings for sure!
Most of my roasted winter squash recipes use Butternut Squash, but this Easy Roasted Buttercup Squash with Balsamic Glaze is absolutely a wow!
Roasted Butternut Squash with Moroccan Spices is great think-outside-the-box idea for Butternut Squash!
We swooned over this Foil-Wrapped Grilled (or Baked) Butternut Squash with Sage! If you’re using the oven you could also use a glass dish and skip the foil.
And finally, it’s a very old recipe but I absolutely LOVE this Roasted Butternut Squash with Tahini-Yogurt Sauce. If you like those flavors you have to try this one!
Are you a roasted winter squash fan when it’s in season? What’s your favorite way to cook it?