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Sweet Butternut Squash Soup

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Did you buy butternut squash but aren’t sure what to do with it? Try this delicious butternut squash soup recipe!

As moms, we want the best for our children. We do everything we can to keep them safe and healthy.

But sometimes, life doesn’t go as planned. While we cook healthy meals for our children, they prefer the non-healthy variety. It’s an endless battle of wills.

Until now, with the help of Green Giant, we tried something a little different. Without their knowledge, their favorite Sweet Butternut Squash Soup is now packed full of vegetables. No more fighting to get them to eat their veggies.

Making mealtime a win-win for everyone.

Butternut Squash Soup

Sweet Butternut Squash Soup

4 Tablespoon olive oil or butter
1/2 butternut squash, approximately 1 lb
1 bag Green Giant Riced Cauliflower and Sweet Potato
1 yellow onion, chopped
2 Tablespoons brown sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon nutmeg
3 cups chicken broth or water
3/4 cup heavy cream

2 cloves garlic, optional


Preheat oven to 400F
Slice the butternut squash and scoop out the seeds. Brush with 2 Tablespoons of olive oil or butter.

Roast the butternut squash for 30 minutes, and then start prepping the soup as it cools to a temperature that you can handle scooping it at.

Place the remaining oil in a stockpot over medium heat.
Add the onion, the bag of Green Giant Riced Cauliflower and Sweet Potato, and optional garlic, and sauté until the onion is transparent.

Scoop the butternut squash flesh and add to the stockpot, along with the brown sugar and seasoning.
Give it all a good stir and allow to cook for two minutes before adding the chicken stock or water.
Cover and reduce heat for 10 minutes, then use an immersion blender or transfer to a blender and puree until smooth.
Taste and adjust the seasoning before adding the heavy cream.

Green Giant Frozen Vegetables

Why should you buy Green Giant Frozen Vegetables? Because they are the perfect solution for busy moms. Instead of fresh veggies that will go bad before you can eat them, Green Giant veggies are frozen at the peak of freshness. While some frozen vegetables are full of sauces and gluten, Green Giant Riced Cauliflower is gluten-free without sauces or seasonings, so you can add them to your favorite recipes without sacrificing the flavor you love.

What your kids to eat more vegetables? Instead of serving fries or tater tots, try the Veggie Tots from Green Giant. They come in broccoli and broccoli and cheddar bites. Let me warn you now, they are addicting. SO delicious.

Where can you buy Green Giant Riced Veggies and Veggie Tots? At your local Walmart. That’s right, as you are picking up another pack of diapers, batteries for the toys that recently stopped working, and clothes for the kids who went through a growth spurt, you can head over to the Frozen Food Section, go down the Frozen Vegetable aisle, and pick up these bags of yummy goodness.

Here’s to happier, healthier mealtimes with Green Giant.

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Shannon at GrowingSlower

Monday 27th of March 2017

Hello! Veggie tots!? Absolutely have to try these! Your soup looks delish too! :)

Jessica Holoka

Tuesday 21st of March 2017

I've been obsessed with riced veggies lately! I'll definitely have to try this soup. I'm a big fan of squash, too. Yum!


Tuesday 21st of March 2017

We love butternut squash soup. We usually make it once a week.


Tuesday 21st of March 2017

I've tried the riced cauliflower, but we really love the Broccoli Tots!!! This soup looks delicious!


Tuesday 21st of March 2017

I saw the riced veggies at the store last week and they looked really good. Can't wait to try this soup.