If you’re looking for some delicious vegan butternut squash recipes, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re a beginner cook or an experienced chef, there’s something here for everyone.
Since squash is best during the early fall and winter, it’s an ideal way to add fall flavor to any dish.
It’s also a fantastic source of vitamins A, B, and C. Plus, it has tons of antioxidants.
These vegan butternut squash recipes are sure to keep you comfy, cozy, and satisfied on cold weather days.
Curry dishes are so comforting and delicious. This vegan recipe for butternut squash curry with spinach has wonderful flavors.
This dish is spectacular. It’s tangy, spicy, and full of veggies.
It takes about 45 minutes to prepare and this is a fantastic meal to make ahead for the week. It’ll taste even better the next day.
Stuffed butternut squash is an impressive-looking dish that’s surprisingly easy to make.
These gourds are filled with a mixture of tasty ingredients. The recipe calls for stuffers like brown rice, corn, onions, and black beans.
If you’ve never had stuffed squash, you have to try it.
Roasted butternut squash soup is so creamy and rich, you’ll forget that it’s vegan!
Thanks to the squash, this soup is brightly colored and the texture is so velvety.
Garlic, onions, and cumin, along with some other wonderful spices, make this soup satisfying and comforting.
Coconut milk adds a ton of creaminess and a hint of sweetness to this recipe.
Even if you or your guests aren’t vegan, this soup will be a hit.
Pasta is always better when it’s covered in a delightfully creamy sauce.
Whether you have allergies or are vegan by choice, you won’t have to miss out on this crave-able meal.
Whip up a flavorful butternut puree and add some of that starchy pasta water. You’ll have a creamy sauce in no time.
You can also use any type of pasta, but I think linguine is great because it holds the sauce well.
The fried sage is also a must, so don’t skip it!
Now that we’re on the subject of creamy pasta, let’s not forget about mac and cheese.
It’s almost unbelievable how creamy this pasta is without any dairy or cheese. It’s total mac and cheese magic.
This is not only a great family dinner recipe but a fantastic way to add some extra veggies to your day. Plus, the kids won’t even notice!
Quinoa casserole is a lovely dish for busy weeknights or any time you want a comforting meal. It’s also perfect for potlucks.
The dish has lots of protein, thanks to the black beans and quinoa.
It’s a nourishing and delicious meal that will keep you full and satisfied.
Take leftovers for lunch for a pick-me-up to get you through the rest of your day.
Roasted butternut squash and other vegetables provide this bowl with more than just great nutrition.
Each ingredient gives this dish a special touch.
The butternut squash is slightly sweet, the onions have a terrific savory flavor, and the broccoli gives the recipe a nice crunch.
The tofu is also fantastic because it soaks up the flavors of the incredible dressing.
“Cheesy” baked butternut squash is an insanely good way to satisfy those comfort food cravings while staying vegan.
This recipe is especially nice during the holidays when there are a lot of cheesy and creamy dishes being served.
Fill each half of a butternut squash with hearty grains and a creamy vegan Alfredo sauce.
This is proof that vegans don’t have to miss out on any fun.
Risotto is one of my favorite Italian dishes but sadly, I don’t make it very often.
It does require some work over the stove, but it’s easy and worth it when you have the time.
Butternut squash risotto would be absolutely wonderful for a date night at home.
It’s filled with veggies, cheesy flavors, and savory spices.
If I were vegan, I would crave queso dip more than anything. However, as I’ve been saying, there’s no reason to miss out!
This butternut squash queso is heavenly. It’s just as good as the dairy-full version but with bonus veggies.
Plus, this recipe is so versatile. You can eat it with chips, smother some nachos, or use it in a quesadilla!
Let’s go back to the basics for a bit here and enjoy some yummy roasted butternut squash. This is pure gourd-ness without all the frills.
Just cut and peel the squash, season it with some oil, salt, pepper, and any of your favorite seasonings.
This roasted dish is a great side dish or it can be put into other things like tacos or rice bowls.
I love how simple, yet delicious this pasta is. This is another great recipe to make for picky eaters.
Butternut squash will add some nutrition and you can even use a protein or veggie pasta.
This dish is creamy and has some unexpected fresh and herbaceous flavors.
Everybody will love it, and it might become a weekly staple.
Butternut squash tacos are a lovely option for your vegan Taco Tuesday.
The squash is a tasty base for all kinds of ingredients. These tacos are filled with crunchy cabbage, flavorful onions, and creamy avocado.
Add as much or as little of the chipotle cilantro sauce as you like.
I think adding butternut squash to pizza is a genius idea.
Along with fried sage, caramelized onions, and cream cheese, the butternut squash makes this pizza unforgettable.
Don’t make this recipe unless you’re ready for a new fall go-to.
You’ll make this for your friends and family all season long!
Plain black bean enchiladas are a thing of the past. You have to try them with this butternut squash twist.
If you’re looking to add some fall flavors to your enchiladas, this recipe is more than ideal.
Plus, the homemade sauce, avocados, and vegan cilantro crema make this a restaurant-quality meal.
I never thought I’d be talking about a butternut squash slider, but here we are. However, this is not a patty of squash.
Flavorful cubes of butternut squash are layered onto slider rolls to make a fantastic sandwich.
The caramelized onions give it a savory and satisfying flavor. And the sriracha mayo provides just the right amount of spice and sauciness.
This last dish is one of my favorites. Butternut squash stuffed shells make a spectacular dinner party dish, and they’re delicious any time.
Giant pasta shells get filled with cashew “ricotta,” spinach, butternut squash, and some herbs and spices.
Then, it all gets cooked in a divine squash puree.
This is one dinner you won’t want to miss out on.
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