Cooking a whole butternut squash in the slow cooker is an idea that blew my mind when I saw it on Cook Eat Paleo! For everyone who hates cutting up raw butternut squash, this idea is a winner!
Thanksgiving is just a few days away and I’ve updated my post with 50+ Recipes for a Slow Cooker Thanksgiving, so I hope you’ll be using your slow cooker to free up some oven space on the big feast day. Before everyone gets completely focused on turkey with all the trimmings, I wanted to share this idea for Crock Pot Butternut Squash from Cook Eat Paleo.
I love, love, love butternut squash, but I don’t love trying to cut it up and scrape out the seeds before I cook it. And personally I think those pre-cut squash cubes just don’t have the same good flavor as freshly-cut squash. When I saw this idea for cooking a whole butternut squash in the slow cooker on my friend Lisa’s great Paleo blog, it was a slap-your-forehead moment for me. Why didn’t I ever think of doing this?
You probably don’t even need a recipe for this amazing idea, but click over to Lisa’s blog and thank her!
Get the EASY recipe for Crock Pot Butternut Squash from Cook Eat Paleo. And be sure to thank Lisa while you’re there checking out the “recipe.”
More Slow Cooker Recipes from Cook Eat Paleo:
Crock Pot Cauliflower Chicken Chili
More Paleo Recipes for the CrockPot:
Visit the Index Page for Paleo to see all the slow cooker Paleo recipes that have been featured on this site.