Classic Butternut Squash Soup

Wow. I am a terrible blogger and friend. I have been away for far too long without a warning. I promise it has been in good faith and for a great reason…we got a puppy!

I’m absolutely in love. Yes, he is a lot of work, but he’s soooo worth it! His name is Badger and he is a Shiba Inu. I promise to post pictures soon (if you follow me on Instagram, @bethanyevon, you’ll find lots of pictures there).

Now that you’ve forgiven me for the absence lets talk about my favorite soup. Things just taste better in the fall. It’s that simple. Those spices and flavors you only enjoy this time of year make the dreary weather bearable and almost desirable.


This butternut squash soup is a super simple yet tasty recipe. I love when all you need are a couple of ingredients to make something hearty and delicious. I recommend you make this soup tonight or this weekend. PLUS, it’s healthy! The larger the squash the bigger your batch so buy a size that fits your needs, however you can always freeze a bag or two of this soup for a chilly day!


Having never had a dog before I am definitely learning a ton this first week. Getting any simple task completed is nearly impossible. I often think the dog is choking on something. And dog pee smells like metal, nothing like cat pee (thankfully).

Norman (the cat) and Badger (the dog) are getting along great and only play 24/7. Norman is getting so fat because he steals all the dog food…I guess I can’t blame him!

I have a few recipes in the holster for you and they should be headed your way soon! Hopefully the lately posts will also be a regular occurrence as well now that I’m getting into the swing of having a puppy!

Hope you’ve been well. I’ve missed you and it feels great to be back!




Classic Butternut Squash Soup

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1 Butternut Squash (2-3 lbs, peeled, seeded and diced to 1-inch pieces)
1 Onion, chopped
2 Tablespoons Butter
6 Cups Broth/Stock (Veg, Chicken)
1 Teaspoon Curry Powder
1/4 Teaspoon Nutmeg
Salt and Pepper


Peel and seed squash. Cut in to 1 inch squares.
In a large pot, melt butter. Add onion to butter and cook until translucent about 8 minutes. Add squash and stock and bring to a simmer. Add spices and let simmer until squash is tender about 15-20 minutes.

Use an immersion blender (or blender) to puree soup. Add more spices to taste and serve with warm bread, a sprinkle of olive oil, thyme, toasted nuts or sour cream. Enjoy! (lasts in the refrigerator for up to 1 week and is best the next day re-heated).




10 thoughts on “Classic Butternut Squash Soup

  1. Pingback: Classic Butternut Squash Soup | mygardenfoodandotherthings

  2. One of my favorite soups! I always add a lot of garlic 🙂 And started following your Instagram. I fell in love with Shiba Inus while living in Japan and we are going to get one as soon as we’re no longer renting 🙂 Enjoy the dog!

  3. Your pictures make it look so cozy – which is what I love when eating a good soup! I will definitely have to try this with winter coming quickly. Sometimes I like to add a dollop of sour cream on butternut squash soup; it’s delicious. Enjoy the new dog! 🙂

  4. I love butternut, and not just in soup, it’s also a great option for cakes and muffins. I read that pumpkin stays fresh for quite a long time, so I have decided to store some more squash in our kitchen to have some reserves when winter finally comes. Wouldn’t that be a nice option for you, too? Great photos :)!

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