These easy and delicious squash recipes showcase how versatile this fall vegetable can be. Butternut squash has a slightly sweet flavor that works well in savory dishes and sweet snacks alike.

Whether you’re looking for rich and savory soups or easy and filling dinners, squash can be used in a multitude of ways. Try the one-sheet Roasted Chicken and Spiced Butternut Squash for a quick and easy weeknight dinner (with hardly any dishes to wash) or the Pumpkin, Feta & Spinach Muffins as a wholesome snack. Whatever you choose, you’ll love these fall squash recipes.

Roast chicken quarters and butternut squash on a plate with green beans

Roasted Chicken and Spiced Butternut Squash

A quick and easy weeknight dinner that’s easy to scale up or down. Spiced chunks of vibrant butternut squash are roasted alongside chicken quarters, allowing the flavors to meld together and creating fewer dishes to wash.

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A silver dish with roast red bell peppers, stuffed with roast butternut squash and soft goat cheese.

Cheesy Vegetable Stuffed Bell Peppers

Tender bell peppers stuffed with creamy goat cheese and roast butternut squash. Ready in just 30 minutes, these stuffed peppers make a delicious vegetarian main meal any day of the week.

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A white bowl of Miso Butternut Squash Soup beside a spoon and slices of bread

Miso Butternut Squash Soup

You’re going to love this Butternut Squash Soup! Tangy miso, silky squash and fragrant herbs come together in a nourishing soup that’s packed with flavor.

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Four muffins on a white plate with spinach, pumpkin seeds and feta.

Pumpkin, Feta & Spinach Muffins

These tasty muffins are the ultimate fall grab-and-go breakfast. You’re guaranteed to get your day off to a great start with all the fiber, potassium, iron and vitamin C packed into these little guys.

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Kabocha Squash Soup

A bright, simple, and very nutritious squash soup that’s guaranteed to keep you warm and full. This vegan soup recipe uses almond milk, coconut milk, and coconut oil rather than dairy.

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Cacao Apricot Pumpkin Seed Bars on a wooden board.

Cacao Apricot Pumpkin Seed Bars

Put your leftover pumpkin seeds to good use with these healthy no-bake bars! These nutritious bars just need to be blended, shaped, and left to set in the fridge before they can be snapped up as a wholesome snack.

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Oh hai. I'm one of the marketeers at Drop HQ. I'm a vegetarian Dubliner, and am currently seeking advice on keeping plants alive at my desk. Please send all plant advice and inquiries to caoimhe@getdrop.com.