Basic Butternut Squash Soup

by Heidi @ Food Doodles on

You know when things start to crash and burn and you think they can’t possibly get any worse?  It’s hard to focus on anything else or to get other things that need doing done.  And then all of a sudden things turn around, everything that went wrong gets fixed, progress is made and it feels like a weight is lifted?  That is so me right now.  So many things with the blog have gone wrong this weekend, but it’s all looking up now.  I’m feeling 100% about it again and I’m so glad to have all of you still with me as I had a bit of a heart attack when I realized I could have lost a fair percentage of my dear readers, and really this place would be nothing without you 🙁

Moving on… I’m so excited to go full steam ahead again.  I’m cooking more and more now as I’m getting closer to 5 months along.  Only just over 2 weeks till I’m half way there!  I have a few things in store for you for the next week or so mostly including winter squash but also some other things, steel cut oats and quinoa… And I’ll admit that there’s something involving pumpkin… But that’s all I’m telling for now!  Stay tuned 😀

If you’re looking for a basic recipe to get creative with, this is it.  Or if you just like your soup plain, simple and delicious, like I do, you will love this.  I served mine alongside some of this brown bread which I made exactly how she described, except I only made half and ended up baking it about 40 minutes.  It was perfect while still warm with butter melted over top and then dipped in soup, and a half loaf was just the perfect amount.

I hope everyone has a fantastic(and safe!) evening!

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1 pure2raw twins October 31, 2011 at

I admit butternut squash soup is one of my favs and I am not a real soup person. though this winter I am going to try to learn to like soups haha


2 Maryea {Happy Healthy Mama} October 31, 2011 at

I love butternut squash soup. Well, I love butternut squash anything, really. Can’t wait to see your upcoming winter squash recipes. I’m definitely a squash girl. 🙂
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3 Editorial Team | Healthy Aperture November 1, 2011 at

Looks delish!


4 Rawkinmom November 1, 2011 at

I love the color of this soup!!! Beautiful!!!
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5 Sonia The Healthy Foodie November 1, 2011 at

I’ve yet to make a butternut squash soup. I’ve never tried that yet. Admittedly, I didn’t eat anything squash for the longest time. Now, I can hardly go a week without eating squash when they’re in season. With so many possibilities to choose from, I keep pushing the soup back. But I’m going to have to give in soon. I need this. It’s calling my name!

Glad things are working good with your blog now. I so hate it when technologie fails me. What went wrong, exactly, if you don’t mind my asking?
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6 Heidi @ Food Doodles November 2, 2011 at

Oooh, yes, try it! You wont be disappointed. And on a plus side if you have a bowl or two and then don’t want anymore just stick it in the freezer because it’s just as good when it comes out of the freezer 🙂

Oh, I know, it can be so frustrating. I don’t mind at all, actually it’s kind of nice to be able to talk about blog stuff with someone else. It was actually mostly just my own mistakes catching up with me. I made a mistake setting up ads on my site since I switched to a new network and my site wouldn’t load for a lot of the weekend 🙁 And then I guess I had set up my facebook page wrong originally and almost lost it all. Getting in touch with FB was nearly impossible but once I did it got sorted out, thank goodness. It all doesn’t seem as bad now that it’s all fixed 🙂


7 Sonia The Healthy Foodie November 4, 2011 at

Ah, I so hear your pain. Wouldn’t it be nice if we were all Internet wizards. I no nothing about this stuff, and I am so afraid to push the wrong buttons sometimes, it’s not even funny. No wonder my website still looks so boring. As for FB, it took me ages to finally get that page going, and I’m still not sure that I have it right. Makes me wish I was 16, sometimes. Maybe I’d be a little better at all this! 😉

Glad you got everything sorted and that your site is back on the right track!
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8 surlykitchen November 1, 2011 at

i love, love, love butternut squash soup. i’ve never added potato, i usually add an apple for a hint of sweetness. looks good


9 Heidi @ Food Doodles November 2, 2011 at

Mmm, I’ve seen people adding apple but I’ve never tried it. It sounds delicious. The potato makes it seem really creamy to me, it’s really yummy 🙂


10 Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga November 1, 2011 at

Your soup looks lovely!

I hope you and your kids had a wonderful Halloween!


11 Amy @ Gastronome Tart November 3, 2011 at

I’m always looking for great butternut squash recipes. This looks absolutely delicious!


12 John Chion July 29, 2013 at

I tried it and i am not sure if i got the exact taste. But everyone in the house loved it.


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