Looking for a new savory weekend breakfast? This butternut kale frittata inspired by Cooking Light is the perfect egg dish to accompany toast and sausage. The butternut squash makes it sweet and savory. In all honesty, I also tried this with blue hubbard and it was just as delicious. I can't wait to try it with delicata too!
That was easy, wasn't it? After making it for the first time I was in awe. It's easier than an omellete--I might as well make it every day!
You read that title right, I said Butternut Squash Oatmeal. Is there any better way to enjoy a crisp fall morning with some seasonal oatmeal and a pumpkin spice latte? NOPE. This butternut squash oatmeal recipe will give you all the fall feels!
Once the butternut squash is roasted, the entire recipe takes about 5-10 minutes to make. To roast squash, dice and toss gently in olive oil. Roast in oven at 350 until tender and lightly browned.
If you don’t have the time to roast the butternut squash, or just really want to make this pumpkin-flavored, you can easily substitute it with 3/4 cup pumpkin puree.
! Fun Fact: Did you know that butternut squash is actually found in canned pumpkin puree? Because they all fall under the same genus, many squashes are used in ‘100% pumpkin purees’. !