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Bonjour Pipo 7 months ago
Great soup . I have made a bunch of times already .
Pam Alles 8 months ago
Great I did add the quinoa for the protein but did everything else as recommended
Irina Gross 8 months ago
Great Everyone loved it!
Judy Wickre 9 months ago
I loved it! This is the recipe I will use! Yum!!!
Kayla Mackenzie 10 months ago
Loved the twist this recipe had by including pear!
DiGiovanni a year ago
This is delicious! I did use 1 t curry, 1 t ground cinnamon and 1/2 t ground ginger. I will use this as my favorite recipe for Butternut Squash Soup!
Steven a year ago
Excellent recipe! Taste amazing every time I make it!
Bonnie Weinstein a year ago
Delicious! Perfect on cold night and so easy!!!
Dori a year ago
Spicy and sweet at the same time, very delicious!
Yulka Jwoww a year ago
Love this recipe i always add extra fruit today was sweet potato and 2 fresh peaches YUM
Thalia M. a year ago
This is the best butternut squash soup recipe. I doubled the garlic and spices,
Beki M. 2 years ago
Awesome! A little sweet but I loved it.
Boss Boss 2 years ago
I doubled the recipe so it worked out perfectly to use one whole butternut squash, two apples and two pears. I doubled the spices as well and added 1/4 tsp nutmeg. I didn't have pumpkin seeds so I used chopped pecans. Everyone was absolutely loving it! The perfect fall soup!
Anastasia Aldecoa 2 years ago
Yummy! I used two Granny Smiths and no pear. I also added some Chia seed to it and loved topping it with toasted walnuts! Definitely will make again as our garden was very productive.
Tran L. 2 years ago
Delicious!! Curry really adds a good bit of heat to it. Pear and apple pears very well with it too. I topped with crispy bacon, pumpkin seeds, and fresh chives.
Karen B. 2 years ago
Very good. I didn’t use the sour cream but both the pumpkin seeds and walnuts both of which added to flavor. I will make this again.
Lisa 2 years ago
Fantastic! Everyone loved this. The recommended garnishes balance the sweetness of the soup perfectly and add a lovely depth and complexity.
Sharon Zaremski 2 years ago
One of my favorites. I like to add pumpkin pie spice to this too.
Cheryl R. 3 years ago
Made just as the recipe is written but used scallions instead of chives. Preferred slivered almonds over walnuts. Very filling, and lo-cal without added cream.
Alina N. 3 years ago
it was very sweet, however, it filled our bellies quickly! it's perfect to enjoy in the cold weather. i topped it with walnuts, then added some shredded rotisserie chicken and cooked kale on top to incorporate protein and fiber. It's definitely nourishing and fulfilling--it satisfied my family! although, i would suggest adding a bit of salt or excluding either the apple or pear to minimize its sweetness. it almost like a meal and dessert