If you’re on the hunt for fun, healthy meals, check out these recipes with butternut squash noodles.
They’re a fantastic alternative to carb-heavy pasta. And they’re pretty scrumptious to boot!
Noodles make super satisfying meals. No matter the sauce, they’ll capture every last drop.
That said, if you want something gluten-free and jam-packed with goodness, you can’t beat veggie noodles.
I adore zoodles (zucchini noodles), and spaghetti squash is my jam. But these recipes with butternut squash noodles are on a whole other level.
I mean, one cup has 100% of your daily vitamin A. Pretty neat, right?
So let’s get to it – I’m starved!
20 Easy Butternut Squash Noodles Recipes
Try out these pan-fried sesame butternut squash noodles the next time you need a quick and healthy midweek dinner.
Fried with onion, garlic, ginger, and sesame oil, the noodles are coated in so much yummy goodness.
The best part is, it takes just 10 minutes to throw together. So long as you go for pre-spiralized butternut squash, of course!
Making your own is fine too, but why not save time where you can?
A single bite of this butternut squash and sausage dish is enough to make you fall in love.
You’ll toss the spiralized squash with Italian sausage, spinach, garlic, cream, and Parmesan. Then, in just 30 minutes, it’s ready to devour.
Feel free to throw in some extra veggies if you like. I love to add a bit frozen broccoli to the mix.
Craving pasta but don’t want all those carbs weighing you down? Try this dish!
Of course, butternut squash noodles do contain carbs. But it’s a lot less than your average bowl of penne.
Plus, they look way better in the bowl!
Coated in a delicious, garlicky, zesty sauce, these veggie noodles are just as fun to slurp up as regular spaghetti.
Serve them with grilled fish, or meatballs, or enjoy them on their own. Either way, you won’t have any leftovers!
Butternut squash noodles with spinach and a dreamy cashew sauce? I’ll take the biggest bowl you’ve got!
You won’t believe how simple the sauce is to make. And it’s dairy-free – so everyone can have some!
All you need to do is toast cashews in a pan. Then, blitz them in a food processor with garlic, a drizzle of maple syrup, and a pinch of salt.
Pour all that goodness on some spiralized butternut squash noodles, and you’re good to go.
How incredible does that title sound? And yes, it tastes just as good as it looks!
Warm, garlicky butternut squash noodles with spinach and ricotta is about as comforting as it gets.
It’s almost like a winter-vegetable lasagna – but deconstructed, of course. And it only takes a single pan to make.
Wondering how to cook butternut squash noodles? Try this super simple oven-roasted recipe once, and you’ll never look back.
Use pre-made noodles, and this will come together in a flash.
Simply spread the noodles evenly on a parchment-lined baking sheet, drizzle with olive oil, and season with salt and pepper.
After a quick spin in the oven, they’re tender, lightly caramelized, and to die for.
Check out my post, “what to serve with spaghetti squash” if you need to make it a complete meal.
The two are similar, and these options will taste just as yummy with butternut!
Hearty, homey, and protein-packed, you need to try these garlic, basil, chicken, and butternut squash noodles asap!
This healthy meal only takes 20 minutes to make, so it’s perfect for busy bees and hectic weeknights.
And all you need is a handful of ingredients you probably already have on hand. Could it get any easier?
If you’re anything like me, you absolutely adore alfredo sauce.
But knowing how many calories go into that creamy, dreamy, cheesy sauce can put a damper on my dinner.
Luckily, this butternut squash pasta with alfredo sauce is here to save the day!
It’s so satisfying and entirely vegan!
Seriously, the three-ingredient cashew alfredo sauce is a thing of beauty.
These butternut squash noodles in sage butter are just as filling as a bowl of pasta.
Fresh, healthy, and vibrant, this dish is perfect for packing in nutrients. Every bite tastes like an indulgent delight.
I promise you’ve never tasted winter veggies this good.
Lunch just got a whole lot more exciting! And it’s all thanks to these butternut squash noodles with spring pesto and roasted tomatoes.
These vibrant noodles are smothered in homemade pesto and topped with sweet, juicy tomatoes.
Need I say more?
Okay, this dish is delicious, easy, and entirely vegan.
If you want to cut calories, this butternut squash spaghetti bake is for you!
It’s a casserole loaded with ground beef, marinara, and spiralized butternut squash. It’s filling, full of protein, and oh-so-satisfying.
And since it’s naturally lower in calories than pasta or spaghetti, you can go overboard with the cheese!
Layer a good helping of shredded cheddar on top before you bake, and it’ll be ooey-gooey and beautifully bubbling in no time.
Got some squash taking up space in the pantry? Put it to good use and cook up this scrumptious butternut squash noodle stir fry!
Between the hearty veggie noodles, succulent shrimp, and homemade sesame sauce, this is too good to miss.
Better yet, it’ll be ready in under 30 minutes. Perfect!
Need something hearty and delicious but light? Look no further than these creamy garlic butternut squash noodles.
This is a wonderfully quick and easy weeknight meal that would be just as welcome at lunchtime.
Those butternut squash noodles grab every last drop of the delicious sauce. So every bite is better than the last.
Oh, and it totally vegan too. The dreamy sauce is a simple blend of hemp hearts, water, garlic, olive oil, and salt. Yum!
Creamy butternut squash noodles with sausage and basil is the ultimate comforting meal.
And while the sausage is scrummy, this dish is all about the sauce.
Made with plenty of Parmesan and cream, it’s sensational. Plus, it pairs well with other proteins, so go ahead and use chicken if that’s all you have.
Top this satisfying delight with fresh basil and get stuck in.
Celebrate fall with these squash noodles.
Between the creamy garlic mushrooms and the nutrient-dense lentils, this recipe is super earthy and filling.
Plus, it’s low-calorie and completely vegan.
Do you know what I love even more than rich curry with rice and naan? These quick curry butternut squash noodles!
Every strand is coated in a delightful coconut milk and curry powder sauce. It’s simply divine.
Not only that, but you can have this dish on the table lickety-split – in just 10 minutes, to be exact!
Add a little chicken, shrimp, tofu, or paneer to make this a complete meal.
Need dinner on the table in under 20 minutes?
I promise that these shrimp and butternut squash noodles with curry and peanut sauce are way quicker to make than they sound!
And you only need a single pan!
Cook the butternut squash noodles with shrimp, broccoli, and peppers. Then, drown it all in a heavenly curry sauce.
This recipe is ideal for family dinners. But it’s also a terrific meal-prep dish.
Simply make it ahead of time, store it in the refrigerator, and grab it whenever you’re ready.
You had me at chipotle!
This dish is super exciting. Not only is it full of goodness and color, thanks to the butternut squash noodles, but that spicy and creamy sauce is irresistible.
Packed with broccoli, crispy bacon, and cilantro, you’ll love this smoky, Mexican twist on a classic.
The heat comes from a single chipotle pepper with adobo sauce, and it really does pack a punch!
That said, you can easily adjust the spice level to your liking.
If you like creamy pasta as much as I do, you’ll love these creamy pesto squash noodles.
The recipe calls for spaghetti squash, but it’s the sauce we’re after.
Mix basil with cottage cheese, ricotta, garlic, and Parmesan. Then, swirl your butternut squash noodles until they’re coated on all sides.
Make a big batch of this tasty dish because everybody will want seconds!
Dive into this butternut squash noodle bowl if you’re craving something fruity, zesty, and scrumptious.
You’ll cook the squash noodles until soft and buttery. Then, top them with fresh lime, cilantro, and red pepper flakes.
Lastly, you’ll throw in some chickpeas, dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, garlic, and onions.
This dish is so healthy and delicious and goes with just about anything!
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