Cozy maple roasted butternut squash with cranberries recipe! This cranberry pecan butternut squash bake is the perfect blend of fall flavors and makes a great Thanksgiving or holiday side dish.
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Hello, my friends! Man, can you believe Thanksgiving is only 1 FRIGGIN WEEK AWAY??!!
Wowza. I know it creeps up each and every year, but this year it has really, seriously, no-joke creeped up.
We've had a massively cray household the last few weeks. Because..... drumroll.......
We are moving! Like, big time moving. Across the state, over the mountains. Over the river and through the woods.
From Seattle, WA to Spokane, WA. Are we crazy? Maybe. But, it's time for this pack o Rhubarbarians to move away from the hustle and bustle of Seattle life. I love Seattle and will miss so many things about it, but it's just not where we want to be with a 16 month old kiddo. We're gonna be planting some roots very near family and hope for a slower, more outdoorsy life. 4 seasons, here we come!
So yeah, we are moving THE WEEK OF THANKSGIVING! What were we thinking, eh? Luckily, there isn't any cooking on the agenda this year. We're heading to the Bro's house and bringing whatever we can help out with. Then unpacking, unpacking, unpacking during the holiday season.
Sigh.... I AM actually excited. Just... a bit overwhelmed with the packing and anxiety of moving right now. Ugh.
Have you tried our roasted butternut squash halves with thyme honey butter?
But, let's move on to the important thing here: THIS AMAZING SQUASH SIDE DISH! It's like, everything you could want in a T-giving or holiday side dish. Maple, brown sugar, cinnamon, squashy goodness, cranberries, pecans. Warm, coziness right here. ?
Aaaaaand it's like, mega mega easy to make. Can you imagine how this will make your house smell? So yeah, make it for the holidays, OR for dinner tonight, OR all year long!
Have you tried our soft and fluffy butternut squash rolls?
Vegan roasted maple cinnamon butternut squash! Loaded with cranberries and pecans. The perfect holiday side dish for your Thanksgiving table!
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Toss the butternut squash cubes with the brown sugar, cinnamon, olive oil, and sea salt. Spread evenly in a 2 or 3 quart baking dish. Bake for 10 minutes.
Remove from the oven and stir the butternut squash. Evenly sprinkle on the cranberries and the pecans. Then evenly drizzle on the maple syrup. Return to the oven and bake for an additional 15-20 minutes, or until squash is fork tender. Stir together before serving. Enjoy!
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