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Portobello Steak and Squash Tacos [V + GF]


Who said tacos have to be filled with meat? You can put whatever you want in a taco to get a fiesta going! So, why not try something a little different? These Portobello Steak and Squash Tacos are VEGAN, GLUTEN-FREE and super satisfying! They also feature some really beautiful bright and vibrant colors that simply scream summer. The Portobello steaks…

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Acorn Squash Health Benefits


Acorn squash is a winter squash phenotypically named for its acorn shape. It’s the most nutrient-dense of all the summer squashes and has tons of nutritional benefits! The most common has a dark green skin with a large orange marking and a series of longitudinal ridges. Inside is a delicious sweet orange-yellow flesh and about 8 oz of 1/2″ seeds.…

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Butternut Banana Nice Cream [V + GF]


If you know me, you know that I have a MAJOR sweet tooth! I used to eat ice cream every single day growing up…healthy habits I know. These days my body doesn’t enjoy copious amounts of sugar, but I still crave sweets. One of my favorites sweet treats to quench my cravings is ‘Nice Cream’—a healthy and satisfying twist on…

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Roasted Butternut Squash Soup [V + GF]


One of the best winter recipes is soup. It’s so easy and so rewarding. Because what’s better than cuddling up with a nice bowl of warm soup when the temperature is freezing outside? This Roasted Butternut Squash Soup is particularly soul-warming.😊 Plus, it can be stored in the freezer for a quick & easy dinner when the cold weather gets…

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Sweet Squash Bake


Behold, a perfect addition to your holiday lineup. This delicious medley of vegetables is loaded with superfoods that are sure to boost your entire system! Didn’t know that Pumpkin is an amazing superfood containing tons of benefits? Read all about them here! Plus, here is a list of all of the health benefits that Acorn squash can share with you.…

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How to Cube an Acorn Squash


Acorn squash is a winter squash phenotypically named for its acorn shape. IT commonly has a dark green skin with a large orange marking along with a series of longitudinal ridges. Inside, is a sweet orange-yellow flesh and about 8 oz of pea-sized seeds. This squash is more nutrient-dense than any of the other summer squashes and has tons of…

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