This Butternut Squash Apple Soup is vegan, gluten-free, and a wonderful soup to eat all fall and winter long!
Hey guys! I’m bringing an old recipe out of the archives today because even after all these years, I still love this recipe. You deserve to see this recipe. This post was first written in October 2010. I gave the photographs a much-needed refresh and updated the recipe for Butternut Squash Apple Soup just a tad. Just so you know, the new photos are taken the day after I made the soup, so it has thickened considerably. It’s thinner the first day.
I originally made this with a mix of almond milk and coconut milk. I learned through the years that the texture is plenty creamy without any milk at all and I like the flavor better. I also note in the recipe that you can cook the squash ahead of time (you can even do it in the slow cooker) because that is something I do more often than not these days. I’ve become quite the time-saver as I’ve aged. 😉
I’m leaving my original photo below because the post makes more sense with it, plus I think it’s pretty neat to see how food photography on blogs has changed in the last 5-6 years. This type of photo was pretty common back then! Isn’t that crazy to think about?!
I’m sure this soup is new to most of you since it’s been buried in the archives with this lovely photo, so I hope more of you try and love it as much as I do! The rest of the post is via 2010, minus the updated pictures and recipe. Clearly, I need to hire a professional photographer and food stylist. Sorry about the sub-par photos, folks, picture taking isn’t my strong suit. Despite the lackluster picture, this lunch was superb. The first time I remember eating Butternut Squash soup was the day I got engaged. After Tim popped the question, he brought me to Sedona (we were living in Arizona at the time) and we had a fabulous dinner at L’Auberge de Sedona. The only thing I remember about the meal, even though I know everything was amazing, is the Butternut Squash soup. Since then, I’ve had a thing for this fall classic. I’ve made several versions, and I think this is my best to date.
I served this with an apple panini that is a spin off from Giada De Laurentiis’s Venetian Panino. Together, this is a killer combination that makes a delicious, filling lunch. The soup is kid-friendly, too, so if you have little ones they will most likely love this.Print