It's time to go back to the basics. Sometimes I think we can confuse things with too many ingredients and too much time needed. This recipe is simple, easy, and to the point. Butternut squash at its best.
1 butternut squash (organic tastes best!)
1 to 4 tbls. butter or coconut oil
Pinch of sea salt (optional)
Cut the butternut squash in half. Scoop out seeds. Flip over (skin side up) and place the two halves down in a baking dish with about 1/2- 1 inch of water in the dish. Bake at 400 for 45-60 minutes, or until nice and soft.
Scoop out squash with a spoon, mash if you would like, top with butter or coconut oil and sea salt (if you desire). This is SO delicious! Enjoy!
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