Butternut Squash & Spinach Lasagna
The weather the past week or so around here has been out of this world! In Wisconsin, weather fluctuates pretty extremely. One day could be 70 degrees and then you get snow the next. It’s a lot to handle sometimes.
You know what’s not hard to handle? This super duper easy and even more super duper delicious lasagna. It’s simple to make and a nice mix up from tomato sauce lasagnas.
I love to stock up on winter squashes and
hoard save for use throughout the winter and spring. Some of them I chop and freeze (really just the butternut to have on hand for recipes) but mostly I just leave them in a cool, dark, dry place and I’ve never had one go bad before I get to use it.
These flavors will warm you from the inside out and the steps are simple. BONUS for you- in a rare chain of events, I actually documented the process (sort of). Feast your eyes and hopefully later your belly on this:
ONE: combine your butternut squash filling ingredients in food processor or high powered blender. Blend well until creamy. TWO: combine all of your spinach and cheese filling ingredients in a bowl. THREE: layer and assemble the lasagna. Follow those “layer instructions” below. FOUR: finish the layers and then top generously with cheese, because #Wisconsin.
FIVE: bake it, divvy up, and devour ❤Oh so delicious. I love nutmeg but some people are not big fans, you can omit if you would like, although I might judge your sanity because it’s so good. I could go on and on, but I’ll let these pictures speak for themselves. Hopefully you make this and love it too!If you’re not drooling now, something might be wrong with you. Here’s the recipe so you can make this for yourself.
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