Maple Diced Butternut Squash

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Frozen diced butternut is easy-peasy to use, especially in this maple diced butternut squash recipe. No pulling out the cleaver to split that sucker in half. Use them just like you would use fresh. We think they roast even better than fresh. Ingredients 1 16 ounce bag of Diced Butternut Squash defrosted 1 Tablespoon Vegetable Oil or Coconut Oil 2 Tablespoons … Read More

Sweet & Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

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Not only is butternut squash tasty, it also is rich in nutrition. This colorful veggie is high in vitamins A & C, minerals potassium and magnesium and BONUS it is high in fiber. Ingredients 1 package Field Goods Frozen Butternut Squash defrosted 1 package Field Goods Frozen Bell Peppers defrosted 1 small yellow onion, chopped 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 1-cup … Read More

New This Year – Diced Butternut Squash

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Some of you may remember that we sent out a survey last spring asking what frozen products you would like. You suggested Frozen Brussels Sprouts and Diced Butternut Squash…ta da! We bought them. These are easy-peasy to use. No pulling out the cleaver to whack at the butternut or cutting off the bottoms of the Brussels Sprouts. Use them just like you … Read More

Monster Mash

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Tired of regular old mashed potatoes but love the comfort during the cold winter months? Spice it up! Mashing winter veggies is an easy way to deal with produce you don’t see a lot, plus it’s quick on a weeknight. The nice thing about mashing vegetables is you can control the texture from chunky to nice and smooth. If you don’t … Read More